The object of trialogical activity or trialogical learning. These objects may be conceptual in nature (ideas, though, design), concrete products (e.g., prototypes) or practices (taking practices as objects of reflection).

Comment: It would make this definition clearer if the similarity/difference between "object of trialogical activity", the "object of activity" (of activity theory) and the "epistemic object" (discussed in D10.3) would be described. - Hannu and Merja

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