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L'interaction, concept systémique protéiforme

Abstract : Paul Valery once said (1942): "What is simple is always false. What is not, is unusable" . We believe that interaction and interactivity are proteiform concepts that cover complex processes. The use of General Sytems Theory (social systemics), and modeling complexity in accordance with the principles set forth by Edgar Morin, should allow us to think about interaction without falling into simplistic reduction, which is so fashionable now. This leads to propose a dualistic theory of information communication as a vector for interaction.
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Philippe Dumas. L'interaction, concept systémique protéiforme. Colloque scientifique Ludovia 2010 "Interactivité / interactions - Enjeux relationnels"., Aug 2010, Ax-les-Thermes, France. ⟨halshs-00637549⟩

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