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Language and enaction

Didier Bottineau


Speech is to be considered as a collaborative enactive interface in which two human subjects or more co-determine their relationship with their environment, thus modifying both the world and themselves. This chapter redefines the traditional descriptive categories (lexicon, morphology, syntax) in the terms of a system of sensorimotor actions that are conducive to distributed semiogenesis (internal speech as well as actual communication).


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Didier Bottineau. Language and enaction. Stewart, J., Gapenne, O. & Di Paolo, E. Enaction: towards a new paradigm for cognitive science, MIT, pp.1-67, 2008. ⟨halshs-00339894⟩
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