The Relationship Between Tools And People

The Relationship Between Tools And People
Innovation

A new study was done to establish how people work with functional tools.

Naresh Kumar
  • 26 march 2010

A study designed to test a fundamental concept of German philosopher, Martin Heidegger that  “people don’t notice familiar, functional tools, but instead “see through” them to a task at hand”, was done by scientist Anthony Chemero of the Franklin & Marshall College.

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