I. Depth and Embodiment
1. Flat Affects vs. Deep Emotional Experience
2. Depth: Recovering the Hidden Dimension
Depth as the Preception of Ecological "Affordances"
Depth as Copresent Implication
Lived Distance and Living Movements
Depth as the "Dark Space" of Occlusive Permeation
3. Depth and Flesh
The Flesh Ontology
The Openings of Perception
Depth as the Dimension of the Hidden
The Intertwining at the Chiasm
Reversibility as Proximity Through Distance
4. Depth and Reversibility
Depth as a "Break/Brake"
II. Emotion, Depth, and Identity
5. Emotion and Emotional Depth
Emotional Depth and Place Perception
Emotion as a "Living Meaning"
Emotion as a Carnal Idea
6. Emotions "in the Flesh"
Emotion and the Reversibility Thesis
Emotional Depth and 'Being as a Winding'
Touch and Emotional Feeling
Embodied Politics and Border Anxiety
7. Emotional Depth and Alterations in Identity
Emotion, Identity, and Time
Emotional Habits and Leaps of Perception
8. Feeling Deeply About Depth