Movement Culture as an Epistemic Object

 
PIIS086954150002449-3-1
DOI10.31857/S086954150002449-3
Publication type Article
Status Published
Authors
Occupation: Leading Researcher
Affiliation: S. I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Russian Academy of Sciences
Address: 14 Baltiiskaia St., Moscow, 125315, Russia
Journal nameEtnograficheskoe obozrenie
Edition6
Pages12-24
Abstract

Scientific objects are not static – they can emerge, transform and disappear from the scientific horizon. The author discusses a relatively new epistemic object, movement culture. It appeared in the early twentieth century against the background of an increasing engagement with various kinds of movements, such as the campaign for scientific organisation of labour, new technologies, developments in gymnastics, dance, sport, and the avant-garde art.

KeywordsAleksey Gastev, epistemic object, kineasthesia, movement culture
Received28.12.2018
Publication date28.12.2018
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