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Next, Feynman covers how electrons behave in atoms. He re-examines the partial reflection of light from glass in far greater detail than he did earlier, and we can now see why the former simplification was in fact warranted.
This scattering is also the reason light appears to move more slowly in glass or water than it does in a vacuum or in air. Also of interest is how lasers work: photons tend to go to the same point in space-time. These lunatics are predisposed to travel in packs! It turns out the reverse is true for electrons.
Before finishing the lecture by discussing polarization, Feynman examines the complexity of the magnetic moments of electrons. This is fairly bananas, even considering the fact that the entire book is pretty much out to lunch.
It also looks at the relation of QED to the rest of physics, and includes a discussion of fundamental particles such as quarks and gluons, to name but a couple. Furthermore, it is important to note that this movement comes not only from Design to Anthropology, but also, and more recently, from Anthropology to Design.
With this preliminary analysis, we look to pursue the complexity of meanings, scopes and limits of this new knowledge area. Keywords design — anthropology — interdisciplinarity — master degree programs Design and Anthropology: An interdisciplinary proposition p. If, at first, this approach found room in Cognitive Psychology Souza, , and interacted with Sociology, the progressive interest in Anthropology by Design is notable Wasson, ; Clarke, , Gunn and Donovan, It is relevant, here, to understand how the terms design and anthropology arise, close or joined together, on the presentation texts that can be found on the websites of the Graduate programs picked out for analysis.
Having said that, it becomes clear that the approach between Design and Anthropology is not a one-way exercise. If the interest of Design in this Social Science dates back to the second half of the s and the next decade Clarke, , Wasson, , we must note that, in the same time frame, Anthropology focuses on the universe of material culture, from where a significant part of the earliest studies in this area started, early in the 20th Century.
The identity crisis that affects Design in the post period, leading it to question its participa- tion in industrial and developmental processes within the gears of capitalism, regarded, at that mo- ment, as mean and wrecker of the powers of cultural diversity.
This very thing is part of the movement leading Design to develop a growing interest in Social Sciences. Meanwhile, we can state that a crisis of the same sort strikes Anthropology as well, at the context post From that point on, the discipline finds itself dipped in a review process of the mechanisms and procedures it was built from, partly associated to colonialist efforts.
This crisis leads Anthropology to discuss the way we read those social worlds, as it was dedicated to, resulting in different pursuits of other ways to keep making Anthropology Marcus and Fischer, , less involved with theoretical, conceptual and methodological aspects associated to the gears of imperialist capitalism, aspects also taken into consideration, then, contrary to the purpose of the discipline, were often mean towards the social groups involved in the researches carried out by Anthropologists.
Design and Anthropology: An interdisciplinary proposition p. The websites divulgating Graduate programs are communication gears that aim to be synthetic, co- herent and objective. Because of those features, they condense the strategic narratives formulated by academic institutions that propose the Graduate courses, which in those contexts are engaged in an attempted objectification, profitable for a preliminary analysis of the semantic outlines with which certain authorized agents in their respective fields of knowledge seek to validate the cate- gory, at the present moment.
We can tell, then, that three of these programs, Swinburne, Dundee and Sondenborg, arise from Design De- partments, whereas two of them, namely Aberdeen and London, come from Anthropology Depart- ments, and all of them are Masters level courses. In this paper, we analyze two of them, Swinbourne and Aberdeen. At the website home section www.
It seeks to understand how design helps define what it means to be human the diversity of human values, and then how design translates these values into tangible experience visited in: September , website: www. According to the course coordinator, The purpose of Design Anthropology is to understand how the processes and artifacts of design help define what it means to be human. By taking into account how others see and experience the world differently, products and services can be designed that work to people and nature rather than disrupt them idem.
From this point of view, the intersection of the fields of design and anthropology are seen as having intrinsic values for exploration of their theories and practices.
This exploration can get leveraged back into design processes. Yet by doing so, it actually attempts to change the design process, not just in terms of including users, but by challenging some of the underlying values and principles of the design process in various forms of practice business, government, and social system idem.
Therefore, it is suggested here that the intersection between Design and Anthropology may cause an impact on the theory and practice of the two fields of knowledge, and that such two-way ex- ploitation may, finally, affect traditional design processes in an unsettling way, helping reconfigure values and principles of modern Design, which used to involve the idea of changing socio-cultural habits through shape.
In this sense, it proposes a Design that meets the diversity of human values, trying not so much to forge new habits than to translate existing values in tangible experiences, thus acting in the sense of empowering social groups as to their technological artifacts.