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6). 0007 Robots and Communication refuse to allow anthropomorphic responses to play a part. In spite of this, as she and others have noted, describing an animal as honest or kind, or recognising an animal’s ability to take responsibility for the completion of a task, is often frowned upon as undermining the objective stance that scientists strive to attain (Hearne, 2000; Bekoff, 2007; Flynn, 2008). From Hearne’s perspective, stating that a working dog knows her job and is thus capable of being ‘responsible’ is simply the use of a terminology that, while it may be based in unapologetic anthropomorphism, is the only form of description ‘that makes sense of the situation’ when, for example, working with an experienced scent-tracking dog (2000, pp.
0006 Designing Robots to Communicate with Humans reduplication of the self (or its thoughts) in the other’ then it ‘deserves to crash, for such an understanding is in essence a pogrom’, an organised massacre, ‘against the distinctness of human beings’ (Peters, 1999, p. 21). Peters is not the only communications scholar to question the way in which basing understandings of communication theory on commonality leaves little space for the other. Pinchevski (2005, p. 65) offers a precise critique of four ‘traditional conceptions of communication’ that also draws on the philosophy of Levinas.
0007 Robots and Communication sound overlap and build upon one another. At times, the meaning of a communicative act may immediately be understood, as in the case of a warning bark, for example. On other occasions, the precise meaning of each communicative act is less clear, and the dynamic system instead supports the gradual emergence of meaning between human and animal over time as these events overlap and combine. Communicating with Clever Hans A reappraisal of animal communication with humans requires a rethink of what communication entails, because human perspectives on what constitutes communication are often not that helpful when trying to understand the communication skills of animals.