Questioning of Enactive Coupling as Semiotic Duality

Holzem Maryvonne
Labiche Jacques
Language of the article : French
DOI: 10.3406/intel.2017.1866
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This article will address the subject-world problem common to many scientific fields, from the point of view of a reflection on the context as a place of coupling between a subject and its environment and a temporary match between content and expression. The essential difficulty is then to explain the regime of rationality of the interactions between magnitudes of a different nature: material - immaterial, body - spirit. This is why we will look further into the idea of duality, which is source of many misinterpretations. We will attempt to draw a parallel with the processes at work during the enactive coupling. We design a user-centered digital work environment capable of experiencing this posture.

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Holzem Maryvonne, Labiche Jacques (2017/2). Questioning of Enactive Coupling as Semiotic Duality. In Bottineau Didier & Grégoire Michael (Eds), Language and enaction: embodiment, environment, experience, learning, Intellectica, 68, (pp.225-255), DOI: 10.3406/intel.2017.1866.