Flowing from his model for a contemporary theological anthropology as embodied sensing, the
author focuses on the corporeal-linguistic turn in the 21st century and explores how his use of
bodymapping, as an applied aspect of theological anthropology within the context of narrative
therapy, intersects with the work of the neuro-scientist, Antonio Damasio on consciousness,
and specifically his research on how the brain constantly maps the body in the brain. The
author also explores the notion of sensing in the latest book of the Irish philosopher Richard
Kearney and based on this, expands his model for theological anthropology to the embodied
sensing of meaning.