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    Résumé : Current theories of social cognition are mainly based on a representationalist view. Moreover, they focus on a rather sophisticated and limited aspect of understanding others, i.e. on how we predict and explain others’ behaviours through representing their mental states. Research into the ‘social brain’ has also favoured a third-person paradigm of social cognition as a passive observation of others’ behaviour, attributing it to an inferential, simulative or projective process in the individual brain. In this paper, we present a concept of social understanding as an ongoing, dynamical process of participatory sense-making and mutual incorporation. This process may be described (1) from a dynamical agentive systems point of view as an interaction and coordination of two embodied agents; (2) from a phenomenological approach as a mutual incorporation, i.e. a process in which the lived bodies of both participants extend and form a common intercorporality. Intersubjectivity, it is argued, is not a solitary task of deciphering or simulating the movements of others but means entering a process of embodied interaction and generating common meaning through it. This approach will be further illustrated by an analysis of primary dyadic interaction in early childhood. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved)
    Mots-clés : Cognition, Internalization, Social Cognition, Social Interaction.
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  • Gallagher, Shaun, et Zahavi, Dan. 2012. The Phenomenological Mind. 2ᵉ éd. London ; New York: Routledge.
    Résumé : The Phenomenological Mind is the first book to properly introduce fundamental questions about the mind from the perspective of phenomenology. Key questions and topics covered include: • what is phenomenology? • naturalizing phenomenology and the cognitive sciences • phenomenology and consciousness • consciousness and self-consciousness • time and consciousness • intentionality • the embodied mind • action • knowledge of other minds • situated and extended minds • phenomenology and personal identity. This second edition includes a new preface, and revised and improved chapters. Also included are helpful features such as chapter summaries, guides to further reading, and a glossary, making The Phenomenological Mind an ideal introduction to key concepts in phenomenology, cognitive science and philosophy of mind.


  • Gibson, James J. 1958. « Visually Controlled Locomotion And Visual Orientation In Animals ». British Journal Of Psychology 49 (3): 182–194. doi:10.1111/j.2044-8295.1958.tb00656.x. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.2044-8295.1958.tb00656.x/abstract.
    Résumé : A general theory of locomotor behaviour in relation to physical objects is presented. Since the controlling stimulation for such behaviour is mainly optical, this involves novel assumptions about object perception and about what is called ‘visual kinaesthesis’. Evidence for these assumptions is cited. On the basis of this theory it is possible to suppose that animals are visually oriented to the surfaces of their environment, not merely to light as such. In short, it is possible to explain why they seem to have space perception. Implications of this approach for maze-learning are pointed out.
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  • Gillen, Julia, Ferguson, Rebecca, Peachey, Anna, et Twining, Peter. 2012. « Distributed Cognition In A Virtual World ». Language And Education 26 (2) (mars 1): 151-167. doi:10.1080/09500782.2011.642881. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09500782.2011.642881.
    Résumé : Over a 13-month period, the Schome Park Programme operated the first ‘closed’ (i.e. protected) Teen Second Life 1 project in Europe. The project organised diverse educational events that centred on use of a virtual world and an associated asynchronous forum and wiki. Students and staff together exploited the affordances of the environment to develop skills and enhance community spirit. One popular activity, initiated by students, involved sailing boats around the project's virtual island, a technically challenging task for beginners. This paper studies the records of one of these sailing regattas. Organising and implementing this event involved considerable technical and interactional challenges. We analyse the following: How do people work together, including through the use of (virtual) artefacts, to solve problems? What particular qualities of the literacy practices surrounding the regatta appear to us to involve learning? Simultaneously, we contribute to the development of methodologies for studying learning in virtual worlds by employing a virtual literacy ethnography. Findings include a diversity of creative approaches that are used when solving problems, the significance of adult behaviour in authentically modelling learning and the value of humour in fostering a learning community. The notion of distributed cognition has implications for characterising learning and analytical approaches to analysis.
    Mots-clés : distributed cognition, humour, literacy practices, virtual literacy ethnography, virtual worlds.

  • Gilligan, Carol. 2008. Une Voix Différente : Pour Une Éthique Du Care. Paris: Editions Flammarion.
    Résumé : La morale a-t-elle un sexe ? Les femmes et les hommes ont-ils un sens différent de la moralité ? Une telle question donne la mesure de l'immense débat qu'a suscité le livre de Carol Gilligan, catalyseur des réflexions féministes sur l'éthique du care (imparfaitement traduit par " sollicitude "). Si les analyses en termes de genre sont désormais connues, l'idée de care n'a pas rencontré un aussi large accueil. L'intérêt public grandissant pour les questions d'aide aux personnes vulnérables, et pour les problèmes sociaux et politiques engendrés par la situation inégalitaire des travailleuses/eurs du care et leur circulation au niveau mondial, a permis que les questions théoriques liées au care trouvent une nouvelle pertinence. Il a fallu également que se dissipe le rapport ombrageux du féminisme aux questions morales pour que le care ne soit pas rabattu sur l'idée d'un " service " contraint au profit des plus puissants. Aux Etats-Unis, Une voix différente est le texte le plus lu et le plus cité de la " seconde vague " du féminisme. Il a ouvert un débat politique crucial, entre éthique de la justice et éthique du care, entre une moralité centrée sur l'équité, l'impartialité et l'autonomie et une moralité formulée " d'une voix différente ", reconnue le plus souvent dans l'expérience des femmes, et fondée non sur des principes mais sur une question : comment faire, dans une situation donnée, pour préserver et entretenir les relations humaines qui y sont en jeu ?

  • Goody, Jack, Bazin, Jean, et Bensa, Alban. 1986. La Raison Graphique : La Domestication De La Pensée Sauvage. Paris: Editions de Minuit.


  • Gorini, Alessandra, Gaggioli, Andrea, Vigna, Cinzia, et Riva, Giuseppe. 2008. « A Second Life For Ehealth: Prospects For The Use Of 3-D Virtual Worlds In Clinical Psychology ». Journal Of Medical Internet Research 10 (3) (août 5). doi:10.2196/jmir.1029. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2553247/.
    Résumé : The aim of the present paper is to describe the role played by three-dimensional (3-D) virtual worlds in eHealth applications, addressing some potential advantages and issues related to the use of this emerging medium in clinical practice. Due to the enormous diffusion of the World Wide Web (WWW), telepsychology, and telehealth in general, have become accepted and validated methods for the treatment of many different health care concerns. The introduction of the Web 2.0 has facilitated the development of new forms of collaborative interaction between multiple users based on 3-D virtual worlds. This paper describes the development and implementation of a form of tailored immersive e-therapy called p-health whose key factor is interreality, that is, the creation of a hybrid augmented experience merging physical and virtual worlds. We suggest that compared with conventional telehealth applications such as emails, chat, and videoconferences, the interaction between real and 3-D virtual worlds may convey greater feelings of presence, facilitate the clinical communication process, positively influence group processes and cohesiveness in group-based therapies, and foster higher levels of interpersonal trust between therapists and patients. However, challenges related to the potentially addictive nature of such virtual worlds and questions related to privacy and personal safety will also be discussed.


  • Gramont, Jérôme de. 2012. « Le Toucher – Lecture Croisée De Levinas Et Merleau-Ponty ». Alter. Revue De Phénoménologie (20) (décembre 1): 39-53. doi:10.4000/alter.1009. http://journals.openedition.org/alter/1009.
    Résumé : En 1972, Emmanuel Levinas ouvre l’article qu’il consacre à Paul Celan par une citation justement célèbre : « Je ne vois pas de différence entre une poignée de mains et un poème ». Ce que voit Paul Celan dans une poignée de mains mériterait assurément de longs commentaires, ce qu’entend Emmanuel Levinas dans ce poème élémentaire est et n’est pas plus simple. D’une certaine manière, la poignée de mains ne dit rien mais elle dit : simple signe lancé à l’autre, elle se résume dans un dire sans di...
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  • Gritz, David. 2004. Lévinas Face Au Beau. Paris: Editions de l'Eclat.

  • Grossman, Vassili. 2005. Vie Et Destin. Paris: Le Livre de Poche.

  • Guelton, Bernard, et Collectif,. 2016. Dispositifs Artistiques Et Interactions Situées. Rennes: PU Rennes.
    Résumé : Désormais omniprésente, la notion de dispositif dans l'art contemporain définit des relations ouvertes, mobiles, reconfigurables selon les contextes et les situations. Originairement constitutif de l'exposition, le dispositif en art contemporain est maintenant susceptible de s'en affranchir totalement. Il intègre les notions d'opérativité et de performativité. L'opérativité ou "caractère d'une action ou série d'actions organisées en vue d'atteindre un but donné" se concentre sur l'utilisateur. Celui-ci, à travers ses actions, sa participation, son implication "perform", exécute, accomplit, joue le dispositif. En ce sens, un principe de performativité régit également de façon conséquente un grand nombre de dispositifs dans les pratiques contemporaines. Cette nouvelle configuration est en étroite corrélation avec une compréhension dynamique de l'espace qui articule la position relative du corps propre avec celle des objets, trajectoires et actions orientées du sujet. Ces principes d'opérativité, de performativité et d'interactions situées forment autant de questions qui redéfinissent une partie importante de la notion de dispositif en art contemporain. Les territoires de l'exposition, des réalités alternées, celui du jeu, se trouvent naturellement convoqués. Comment ces notions sont-elles mises en oeuvre concrètement dans les oeuvres contemporaines ? Quels en sont les constituants, les configurations, les enjeux forment les questions essentielles développées dans cet ouvrage.

  • Gunkel, David J. 2012. The Machine Question: Critical Perspectives On Ai, Robots, And Ethics. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

  • Hall, Edward T. 1966. The Hidden Dimension. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday.
    Résumé : Line drawings and photographs help the author explain the effects of overcrowding and what it can do to people in large groups and as individuals.

  • Hallé, Francis. 2004. Eloge De La Plante : Pour Une Nouvelle Biologie. Paris: Seuil.


  • Haraway, Donna. 1988. « Situated Knowledges: The Science Question In Feminism And The Privilege Of Partial Perspective ». Feminist Studies 14 (3): 575-599. JSTOR. doi:10.2307/3178066. www.jstor.org/stable/3178066.

  • Haraway, Donna, Allard, Laurence, Gardey, Delphine, et Magnan, Nathalie. 2007. Manifeste Cyborg Et Autres Essais : Sciences - Fictions - Féminismes. Toulouse: Exils Editeur.

  • Harding, Sandra. 1992. « Rethinking Standpoint Epistemology: What Is "strong Objectivity?" ». The Centennial Review 36 (3): 437-470. www.jstor.org/stable/23739232.


  • Harding, Sandra. 1995. « “Strong Objectivity”: A Response To The New Objectivity Question ». Synthese 104 (3) (septembre 1): 331-349. doi:10.1007/BF01064504. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01064504.
    Résumé : Where the old “objectivity question” asked, “Objectivity or relativism: which side are you on?”, the new one refuses this choice, seeking instead to bypass widely recognized problems with the conceptual framework that restricts the choices to these two. It asks, “How can the notion of objectivity be updated and made useful for contemporary knowledge-seeking projects?” One response to this question is the “strong objectivity” program that draws on feminist standpoint epistemology to provide a kind of logic of discovery for maximizing our ability to block “might makes right” in the sciences. It does so by delinking the neutrality ideal from standards for maximizing objectivity, since neutrality is now widely recognized as not only not necessary, not only not helpful, but, worst of all, an obstacle to maximizing objectivity when knowledge-distorting interests and values have constituted a research project. Strong objectivity provides a method for correcting this kind of situation. However, standpoint approaches have their own limitations which are quite different from the misreadings of them upon which most critics have tended to focus. Unfortunately, historically limited epistemologies and philosophies of science are all we get to choose from at this moment in history.
    Mots-clés : Conceptual Framework, Feminist Standpoint, Objectivity Question, Standpoint Epistemology, Strong Objectivity.

  • Haugeland, John. 1989. Artificial Intelligence: The Very Idea. Reprint edition. Cambridge, MA: A Bradford Book.
    Résumé : "Machines who think―how utterly preposterous," huff beleaguered humanists, defending their dwindling turf. "Artificial Intelligence―it's here and about to surpass our own," crow techno-visionaries, proclaiming dominion. It's so simple and obvious, each side maintains, only a fanatic could disagree.Deciding where the truth lies between these two extremes is the main purpose of John Haugeland's marvelously lucid and witty book on what artificial intelligence is all about. Although presented entirely in non-technical terms, it neither oversimplifies the science nor evades the fundamental philosophical issues. Far from ducking the really hard questions, it takes them on, one by one.Artificial intelligence, Haugeland notes, is based on a very good idea, which might well be right, and just as well might not. That idea, the idea that human thinking and machine computing are "radically the same," provides the central theme for his illuminating and provocative book about this exciting new field. After a brief but revealing digression in intellectual history, Haugeland systematically tackles such basic questions as: What is a computer really? How can a physical object "mean" anything? What are the options for computational organization? and What structures have been proposed and tried as actual scientific models for intelligence?In a concluding chapter he takes up several outstanding problems and puzzles―including intelligence in action, imagery, feelings and personality―and their enigmatic prospects for solution.

  • Heidegger, Martin. 1986. Être Et Temps. Paris: Gallimard.

  • Heidegger, Martin. 1981. Acheminement Vers La Parole. Paris: Gallimard.

  • Heidegger, Martin, et Layet, Clément. 2014. De L'origine De L'oeuvre D'art : Première Version. Rivages.

  • Heidegger, Martin. 2008. Being And Time. Trad. John Macquarrie et Edward Robinson. New York: HarperPerennial/Modern Thought.
  • Heidegger, Martin. 1980. « La Question De La Technique ». Dans Essais Et Conférences, trad. André Préau, 9-48. Paris: Gallimard.


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  • Henry, Michel. 2003. L'essence De La Manifestation. Paris: Presses universitaires de France.

  • Henry, Michel. 2011. Philosophie Et Phénoménologie Du Corps. 6e éd.ᵉ éd. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

  • Higgins, Joe. 2018. « The 'we' In 'me': An Account Of Minimal Relational Selfhood » (sans date). Consulté juillet9. https://www.academia.edu/36548468/The_We_in_Me_an_account_of_minimal_relational_selfhood.
    Résumé : Many philosophers contend that selfhood involves a uniquely first-personal experiential dimension, which precedes any form of socially dependent selfhood (Gallagher, 2005; Legrand, 2007; Strawson, 2009; Kriegel, 2009; Nida-Rümelin, 2017; Zahavi,


  • Hollan, James, Hutchins, Edwin, et Kirsh, David. 2000. « Distributed Cognition: Toward A New Foundation For Human-Computer Interaction Research ». Acm Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact. 7 (2) (juin): 174–196. doi:10.1145/353485.353487. http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/353485.353487.
    Résumé : We are quickly passing through the historical moment when people work in front of a single computer, dominated by a small CRT and focused on tasks involving only local information. Networked computers are becoming ubiquitous and are playing increasingly significant roles in our lives and in the basic infrastructures of science, business, and social interaction. For human-computer interaction to advance in the new millennium we need to better understand the emerging dynamic of interaction in which the focus task is no longer confined to the desktop but reaches into a complex networked world of information and computer-mediated interactions. We think the theory of distributed cognition has a special role to play in understanding interactions between people and technologies, for its focus has always been on whole environments: what we really do in them and how we coordinate our activity in them. Distributed cognition provides a radical reorientation of how to think about designing and supporting human-computer interaction. As a theory it is specifically tailored to understanding interactions among people and technologies. In this article we propose distributed cognition as a new foundation for human-computer interaction, sketch an integrated research framework, and use selections from our earlier work to suggest how this framework can provide new opportunities in the design of digital work materials.
    Mots-clés : cognitive science, distributed cognition, ethnography, human-computer interaction, research methodology.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2002. Phantasia, Conscience D'image, Souvenir. Grenoble: Editions Jérôme Millon.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2006. Idees Directrices Pour Une Phenomenologie. Paris: Gallimard.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2004. La Crise Des Sciences Européennes Et La Phénoménologie Transcendantale. Paris: Gallimard.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2000. Méditations Cartésiennes. Nouv. éd. Paris: Vrin.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 1996. Leçons Pour Une Phénoménologie De La Conscience Intime Du Temps. 4e édᵉ éd. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 1996. Recherches Phénoménologiques Pour La Constitution. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2017. Ideas: General Introduction To Pure Phenomenology. Martino Fine Books.
    Résumé : 2017 Reprint of 1931 Edition.  Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition software.  Widely regarded as the principal founder of phenomenology, one of the most important movements in twentieth century philosophy, Edmund Husserl’s Ideas is one of his most important works and a classic of twentieth century thought.  Husserl’s early thought conceived of phenomenology – the general study of what appears to conscious experience – in a relatively narrow way, mainly in relation to problems in logic and the theory of knowledge. The publication of Ideas in 1913 witnessed a significant and controversial widening of Husserl’s thought, changing the course of phenomenology decisively. Husserl argued that phenomenology was the study of the very nature of what it is to think, "the science of the essence of consciousness" itself. Husserl’s arguments ignited a heated debate regarding the nature of consciousness and experience that has endured throughout the twentieth and continues in the present day. No understanding of twentieth century philosophy is complete without some understanding of Husserl, and his work influenced some of the great philosophers of the twentieth century, such as Martin Heidegger and Jean-Paul Sartre.


  • Husserl, Edmund. 1999. Cartesian Meditations: An Introduction To Phenomenology. Trad. Dorion Cairns. Springer Netherlands. //www.springer.com/la/book/9789400999978.
    Résumé : The "Cartesian Meditations" translation is based primarily on the printed text, edited by Professor S. Strasser and published in the first volume of Husserliana: Cartesianische Meditationen und Pariser Vorträge, ISBN 90-247-0214-3. Most of Husserl's emendations, as given in the Appendix to that volume, have been treated as if they were part of the text. The others have been translated in footnotes. Secondary consideration has been given to a typescript (cited as "Typescript C") on which Husserl wrote in 1933: "Cartes. Meditationen / Originaltext 1929 / E. Husserl / für Dorion Cairns". Its use of emphasis and quotation marks conforms more closely to Husserl’s practice, as exemplified in works published during his lifetime. In this respect the translation usually follows Typescript C. Moreover, some of the variant readings n this typescript are preferable and have been used as the basis for the translation. Where that is the case, the published text is given or translated in a foornote. The published text and Typescript C have been compared with the French translation by Gabrielle Pfeiffer and Emmanuel Levinas (Paris, Armand Collin, 1931). The use of emphasis and quotation marks in the French translation corresponds more closely to that in Typescript C than to that in the published text. Often, where the wording of the published text and that of Typescript C differ, the French translation indicates that it was based on a text that corresponded more closely to one or the other – usually to Typescript C. In such cases the French translation has been quoted or cited in a foornote.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 1977. Cartesian Meditations: An Introduction To Phenomenology. Trad. Dorion Cairns. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff Pub.
    Résumé : The "Cartesian Meditations" translation is based primarily on the printed text, edited by Professor S. Strasser and published in the first volume of Husserliana: Cartesianische Meditationen und Pariser Vorträge, ISBN 90-247-0214-3. Most of Husserl's emendations, as given in the Appendix to that volume, have been treated as if they were part of the text. The others have been translated in footnotes.     Secondary consideration has been given to a typescript (cited as "Typescript C") on which Husserl wrote in 1933: "Cartes. Meditationen / Originaltext 1929 / E. Husserl / für Dorion Cairns". Its use of emphasis and quotation marks conforms more closely to Husserl’s practice, as exemplified in works published during his lifetime. In this respect the translation usually follows Typescript C. Moreover, some of the variant readings n this typescript are preferable and have been used as the basis for the translation. Where that is the case, the published text is given or translated in a foornote.      The published text and Typescript C have been compared with the French translation by Gabrielle Pfeiffer and Emmanuel Levinas (Paris, Armand Collin, 1931). The use of emphasis and quotation marks in the French translation corresponds more closely to that in Typescript C than to that in the published text. Often, where the wording of the published text and that of Typescript C differ, the French translation indicates that it was based on a text that corresponded more closely to one or the other – usually to Typescript C. In such cases the French translation has been quoted or cited in a foornote.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2011. Sur L'intersubjectivité. Tome I. Trad. Nathalie Depraz. 2ᵉ éd. Presses Universitaires de France - PUF.
    Résumé : Le présent tome I de cet ouvrage intitulé Sur l'intersubjectivité, qui en comprend deux, est la traduction partielle de Zur Phänomenologie der Intersubjektivität, trois volumes (I. 1905-1920 ; II. 1921-1928 ; III. 1929-1935) qui ont été édités par Iso Kern et publiés en 1973 à La Haye par Martinus Nijhoff dans les Husserliana (tomes XIII, XIV et XV). Étant donné le nombre considérable de textes retenus (quelque 800 pages sur 1800 environ dans l'édition allemande), la traduction française se présente en deux tomes.La problématique husserlienne de l'intersubjectivité apparaît beaucoup plus différenciée, à la fois plus ramifiée et plus radicale que dans les textes publiés auparavant : elle s'y articule avec précision à la question de la corporéité primordiale, du temps, de l'imagination, de la communauté, de l'histoire, du langage, de la normalité, de la générativité et de l'individuation. En revanche, dans les textes publiés jusqu'ici, elle est souvent présentée soit de façon aporétique (Méditations cartésiennes), soit dans son extension d'emblée communautaire (Idées directrices II) ou historique (Krisis), en tout cas selon l'alternative trop simple de la constitution monadologique de l'égologie ou de la donation immédiate des autres dans le monde.Le premier tome de l'édition française s'organise autour de deux thèmes : 1 / la constitution primordiale du corps et de l'espace dans son articulation avec la constitution d'autrui, et 2 / l'expérience empathique en tant que vécu analogisant dans sa discussion critique avec les problématiques psychologiques de l'époque. Une introduction détaillée ouvre le volume et présente les différentes figures de l'intersubjectivité en liaison avec la problématique des voies d'accès à la réduction ; une postface s'explique sur le choix de la traduction retenue pour le terme Leib, et déploie la complexité historique et structurelle de son sens.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2001. Sur L'intersubjectivité : Tome 2. Trad. Nathalie Depraz. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France - PUF.
    Résumé : Le présent tome II de cet ouvrage intitulé Sur l'intersubjectivité, qui en comprend deux, est la traduction partielle de Zur Phänomenologie der Intersubiektivität, trois volumes (I. 1905-1920 ; II. 1921-1928 ; III, 1929-1935) qui ont été édités par Iso Kern et publiés en 1973 à La Haye par Martinus Nijhoff dans les Husserliana, tomes XIII, XIV et XV. Étant donné le nombre considérable de textes retenus (quelque 800 pages sur 1 800 environ dans l'édition allemande), la traduction française se présente en deux tomes : Sur l'intersubjectivité I ; Sur l'intersubjectivité II, le présent volume. La problématique husserlienne de l'intersubjectivité apparaît beaucoup plus différenciée, à la fois plus ramifiée et plus radicale que dans les textes publiés auparavant : elle s'y articule avec précision à la question de la corporéité primordiale, du temps, de l'imagination, de la communauté, de l'histoire, du langage, de la normalité, de la générativité et de l'individuation. En revanche, dans les textes publiés jusqu'ici, elle est souvent présentée soit de façon aporétique (Méditations cartésiennes), soit dans son extension d'emblée communautaire (Idées directrices II) ou historique (Krisis), en tout cas selon l'alternative trop simple de la constitution monadologique de l'égologie ou de la donation immédiate des autres dans le monde. Le second tome de l'édition française s'organise autour des 3 thèmes vecteurs : 1/le dédoublement égoïque homologue à l'œuvre dans l'expérience empathique et dans les expériences du souvenir et de l'imagination, mais aussi de la différence fondamentale qui existe entre ces expériences intrasubjectives d'altérité interne qui offrent des structures constitutives de la conscience égoïque altérée, et l'expérience d'autrui qui en est le résultat constitutif, 2/l'intersubjectivité anthropologique, communautaire, historique et langagière, avec un accent particulier porté sur la problématique de la normalité et de la générativité dans sa relation descriptive aux anomalies et à leur genèse : l'animal, l'enfant, le fou, le primitif sont des autres qui élargissent mon expérience normale du monde, 3/l'individuation, de la facticité et de l'intermonadisation, dans sa relation avec l'horizon d'une métaphysique phénoménologique. N. D.

  • Husserl, Edmund. 2010. L'origine De La Géométrie. Trad. Jacques Derrida. 6ᵉ éd. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

  • Husserl, Edmund, Dummett, Michael, et Moran, Dermot. 2008. Logical Investigations. Volume 1 Volume 1. London; New York: Routledge.

  • Husserl, Edmund, et Escoubas, Eliane. 1996. Recherches Phenomenologiques Pour La Constitution. Paris: Presses universitaires de France.

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    Résumé : Will be shipped from US. Used books may not include companion materials, may have some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include CDs or access codes. 100% money back guarantee.


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    Résumé : Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and to a Phenomenological Philosophy...

  • Hutchins, Edwin. 1995. Cognition In The Wild. MIT Press.
    Résumé : Edwin Hutchins combines his background as an anthropologist and an open ocean racing sailor and navigator in this account of how anthropological methods can be combined with cognitive theory to produce a new reading of cognitive science. His theoretical insights are grounded in an extended analysis of ship navigation - its computational basis, its historical roots, its social organization, and the details of its implementation in actual practice aboard large ships. The result is an unusual interdisciplinary approach to cognition in culturally constituted activities outside the laboratory - "in the wild."Hutchins examines a set of phenomena that have fallen in the cracks between the established disciplines of psychology and anthropology, bringing to light a new set of relationships between culture and cognition. The standard view is that culture affects the cognition of individuals. Hutchins argues instead that cultural activity systems have cognitive properties of their own that are different from the cognitive properties of the individuals who participate in them. Each action for bringing a large naval vessel into port, for example, is informed by culture: the navigation team can be seen as a cognitive and computational system.Introducing Navy life and work on the bridge, Hutchins makes a clear distinction between the cognitive properties of an individual and the cognitive properties of a system. In striking contrast to the usual laboratory tasks of research in cognitive science, he applies the principal metaphor of cognitive science - cognition as computation (adopting David Marr's paradigm) - to the navigation task. After comparing modern Western navigation with the method practiced in Micronesia, Hutchins explores the computational and cognitive properties of systems that are larger than an individual. He then turns to an analysis of learning or change in the organization of cognitive systems at several scales.Hutchins's conclusion illustrates the costs of ignoring the cultural nature of cognition, pointing to the ways in which contemporary cognitive science can be transformed by new meanings and interpretations.A Bradford Book
    Mots-clés : Psychology / Cognitive Psychology, Psychology / General, Transportation / Navigation.


  • Huygens, Christiaan. 1669. « Instructions Concerning The Use Of Pendulum-Watches, For Finding The Longitude At Sea ». Philosophical Transactions Of The Royal Society Of London 4 (47) (janvier 1): 937-953. doi:10.1098/rstl.1669.0013. https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rstl.1669.0013.
    Résumé : Whereas 'tis generally esteemed that there is no practise for the finding of the longitude at sea comparable to that of those watches, which instead of a ballance-wheele are regulated by a pendulum, as now they are brought to great perfection, and made to measure time very equally; and many perhaps here as well as elsewhere being not well versed in the ordering and managing of that instrument:

  • Huyghe, Pierre-Damien. 2004. Le Différend Esthétique. Belval: CIRCE.

  • Ihde, Don. 2007. Listening And Voice : Phenomenologies Of Sound. SUNY Press.
    Résumé : Listening and Voice is an updated and expanded edition of Don Ihde's groundbreaking 1976 classic in the study of sound. Ranging from the experience of sound through language, music, religion, and silence, clear examples and illustrations take the reader into the important and often overlooked role of the auditory in human life. Ihde's newly added preface, introduction, and chapters extend these sound studies to the technologies of sound, including musical instrumentation, hearing aids, and the new group of scientific technologies which make infra- and ultra-sound available to human experience. Book jacket.
    Mots-clés : Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication Studies, Music / Instruction & Study / Voice, Philosophy / General, Philosophy / Movements / Phenomenology, Psychology / General, Science / Acoustics & Sound.

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