Homme et machine, la phase du miroir

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Title Homme et machine, la phase du miroir
Author Munier, Brigitte
Abstract Parler d’interactions ou de dialogue homme/machine revient à subvertir la relation entre l’objet et le sujet, dès lors orphelin de toute exception ontologique. À côté de son traitement par la philosophie et les sciences cognitives, cette question domine les grands récits de la culture populaire depuis plus d’un siècle : à travers le conflit homme/robot, qui renouvelle la lecture du vieux mythe du Golem, livres et films interrogent aujourd’hui la nature spécifique de l’homme et sa capacité à communiquer.Talking about interaction or man / machine dialogue leads to a subversion of the relationship between the object and the subject, therefore becoming the orphan of any ontological exception. In addition to its treatment by philosophy and cognitive science, this question dominates the famous stories of popular culture for more than a century : through the conflict human / robot, which renews the reading of the old myth of the Golem, books and movies today question the specific nature of the man and his ability to communicate.
Subject culture populaire; mythe; âme; mémoire; cybernétique; popular culture; myth; soul; memory; cybernetics
Publisher CNRS Editions, Paris (FRA)
Date 2014

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