We reviewed and analyzed the literature on embodiment of tools and objects to answer the questions (among others): What does it mean to embody an object? And a tool? What is the empirical evidence that supports the idea of embodiment of objects and tools? In the project, we paid attention both to classic/dominant cognitive science and to embodied/radical embodied cognition offering a possible way to reconcile both positions. The outcome of the project was an article published in Frontiers in Neuroscience.