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In the most common sense, an object is anything that is visible, perceptible and palpable. All the things we can see, touch and grasp can be described as objects. The same applies to a vase, a key-ring, a shape, a coffee cup and so on.
Etymologically, an object is anything we take an interest in. It can be a thing, an individual, a concept or an ideal. From an empirical point of view, however, the object must be defined in a real three-dimensional (3D) space. So it should be seen and handled.
Thus, objects perceived in their proper sense can take on a natural form (i.e. without human intervention) or an artificial form (i.e. designed, modified and transformed by man). Natural objects include: a pebble, a shell, a star, a tree branch, sand, an orange. Artificial objects include: a snowman, a bottle, a glass of water, a table, a car, a pencil, etc.
By extension, anything that attracts the interest of study, analysis, investigation or discussion can also be described as an object. A specific subject, person, landscape, phenomenon or situation can be the subject of study, analysis and debate, in which case they can be described as objects.
It should be noted, however, that the concept of object has evolved considerably, and also varies according to the discipline to which it refers. In most sciences, the objects of study are real. Let’s just note that each discipline has its own object, and that the notion of object goes far beyond its purely pragmatic framework.
An object can be corporeal (i.e. palpable) or incorporeal (e.g. patents, logos, software, musical or cinematographic works and other intellectual property). In IT, an object can be an information base or a process related to the realization of an IT project.
If your children are fascinated by what they can see, perceive and grasp, they’ll love coloring the pretty object drawings you can print for free on our page today.