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AIME: opening the context of a Humanities inquiry

Abstract : The AIME project is an empiric philosophical inquiry grounded on Bruno Latour’s work. To fulfill its philosophical scope, AIME strives to turn some readers into co-inquirers, thus assuming a collective and collaborative dimension. To achieve this goal a context-aware argumentation platform has been set up. The platform allows readers to frame the content of the inquiry into a broader contextual network and to contribute to it. We argue that digital technologies allow to foster the collective aspect of humanities by opening and presenting the context in which a specific argument is grounded in. More specifically they allow a richer collective appropriation and discussion about contents. We then discuss the challenges and limits lying down the open-context principle.
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Pierre-Laurent Boulanger, Donato Ricci, Robin de Mourat. AIME: opening the context of a Humanities inquiry. Digital Intelligence 2014, Université de Nantes; Université Laval (Québec), Sep 2014, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-03647229⟩



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