Embodied Knowledge


Embodied Knowledge

Embodied Knowledge bzw. verkörpertes Wissen bezeichnete eine Form impliziten Wissens, das in menschlichen und technischen Körpern inkorporiert ist. Embodied Knowledge kann im unbewussten Teil des menschlichen Geistes vorliegen, aber auch durch die Disziplierung des menschlichen Körpers wirken. Ebenso betrifft Embodied Knowledge das in Maschinen enthaltene Wissen. Es ist ein Wissen, das an einen Körper gebunden ist.

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