- Author: Kay Young
Imagining Minds explores how the novels of Jane Austen, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy create the felt-quality of their authoring minds and of the minds they author by bringing their writing in relation to cognitive neuroscience accounts of the mind-brain, especially of William James and Antonio Damasio. It is in that relational space between the novels and theories of mind-brain that Kay Young works through her fundamental claim: the novel writes about the nature of mind, narrates it at work, and stimulates us to know deepened experiences of consciousness in its touching of our reading minds.
- City of Publication: Ohio
- Publisher: Ohio State University Press
- Publication Date: 2010