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- +[[Georges-Henri Luquet]]'s seminal book ''[[Le dessin enfantin]]'' (Children's Drawings), published in 1927 by [[Alcan]], Paris, he argued that children obviously construct ''internal models'', a view that influenced, among others, [[Jean Piaget]]. ing the term ''situation model'' (in their book ''Strategies of Discourse Comprehension'', 1983), showed the relevance of mental models for the production and comprehension of discourse.
-'''Asemic writing''' is a wordless open [[Semantics|semantic]] form of [[writing]]. The word ''asemic'' means "having no specific semantic content".+
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-Illegible, invented, or primal [[manuscript|script]]s ([[cave painting]]s, [[doodle]]s, [[children's drawings]], etc.) are all influences upon asemic writing. But instead of being thought of as mimicry of preliterate expression, asemic writing can be considered as a [[Postliterate society|postliterate]] style of writing that uses all forms of creativity for inspiration. +
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-Some asemic writing has [[pictogram]]s or [[ideogram]]s, which suggest a meaning through their shape. Other forms are shapeless and exist as pure conception.+
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-Asemic writing has no verbal sense, though it may have clear textual sense. Through its formatting and structure, asemic writing may suggest a type of document and, thereby, suggest a meaning. The form of [[art]] is still writing, often [[calligraphic]] in form, and either depends on a reader's sense and knowledge of writing systems for it to make sense, or can be understood through aesthetic intuition.+
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-Asemic writing can also be seen as a relative perception, whereby unknown languages and forgotten scripts provide templates and platforms for new modes of expression. +
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-Asemic writing occurs in [[avant-garde]] literature and art with strong roots in the earliest forms of writing.+
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Georges-Henri Luquet's seminal book Le dessin enfantin (Children's Drawings), published in 1927 by Alcan, Paris, he argued that children obviously construct internal models, a view that influenced, among others, Jean Piaget. ing the term situation model (in their book Strategies of Discourse Comprehension, 1983), showed the relevance of mental models for the production and comprehension of discourse.




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