Komunikačné kompetencie pravekých artefaktov

Lukáš Makky


The main issue of this paper is to present the communication in the broader context as natural activity and the process of intervention of the meaning through interaction between the creator and the recipient. In narrower sense, the work researches the possibilities and the competences of material objects, particularly prehistoric artifacts, entities within the frame of reference and their abilities to integrate into the communication process. The article puts paradoxical approach of art theorists, aestheticians and semioticists looking for the “language” of arts in
contradiction through the parallels and continuities to structure of verbal language, at the expense of disinterested research of expression means of selected arts.


communication; recipient; interaction; information transfer; language; myth

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