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African Society: A Look into Policy, Motricity Cultures, and Material Cultures
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Jean-Pierre Warnier points out that object semiology is used by private companies who hire object semiologists to work with their creative teams. He defines object semiology as an approach that considers the object as a sign. He specifies that the object and the body differ in their respective representations. He concludes by making reference to the cognitive sciences, the notions of situated knowledge, distributed intelligence, procedural knowledge, and perception to show the body’s relationship to the object. Enfin, il termine en faisant référence aux sciences cognitives, aux notions de connaissance située, de l'intelligence distribuée, des connaissances procédurales et de la perception, pour montrer le rapport du corps à l'objet.

Language: French
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