The research here presented is focused on the phenomenological analysis of the bodily self-perception and social self-presentation in Human-Technology Interplay, while this interplay is aimed at human habits change or recovery. The three main ingredients are thus Phenomenology, HTI and Habits. The core issue is represented by this interaction with technology (HTI) and the related implications of phenomenological analysis for our understanding of this field, and potentially for improving specific design decisions or therapy. One of the primary purposes is aimed at showing how philosophy, and in particular phenomenology, can actually help to bridge the gap between AI technology (robotics, gaming) and bodily self-perception and social self-presentation. Concepts like Leib, Korper, Body-image, Social self presentation, Bodily-self perception and acceptance are major keywords that can profit from being analyzed in the context of HTI from a phenomenological perspective. Moreover, the way in which technology or robotics can affect or change human habits (both in terms of their acquisition and restoration), is another central theme.
|Titolo:||A phenomenological exploration of the interplay of habits, bodily self-perception and social self-presentation in human-technology interaction|
|Data di pubblicazione:||20-nov-2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Tesi di dottorato|