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Comparison, obscure temptation? Reflections on a comparative ethnographic survey of French nationals from abroad
This article was intended to show the challenges of comparatism from an epistemological and applied perspective. Communication AND 2011 GRENOBLE
The partial training of ether and the limited relativity
This 1907 article by Max von Laue bridge the gap between the old Fresnel ether theory (1818) and the relativist kinematic (1905). In a moving refractive index medium, the relativist formula for the composition of the speeds (between the velocity of light and the speed of the refringent medium) is eq...
Christ and prophetes in the Theologico-Political Treaty
In the Theologico-Political Treaty Spinoza makes several criticisms of haemorrhagic prophetia: it proved unable to formulate clearly the very simple moral rules necessary for obedience and salvation. These criticisms are also accompanied by a relative apology of Christianity or, more precisely, of i...
Communication, deliberation and social movements : Public sphere proof against antinuclear phenomenon in France (1962-2012)
This doctoral dissertation intends to capture, to analyse, to think and to feel, resistances, communication practices and forms of deliberation from the social movements opposed to the French nuclear program, from 1962 to 2010. It aims at including in the theoretical field these outbursts and this p...
reading the above, we will appreciate the contribution and limits of the intersections of approaches to each of them’s contribution and to the structuring of the approach reflected in this work. However, it is useful to highlight in a few words what characterises this company on the epistemological...
“Epistemological desire and scientific emotion”, M.-A. Paveau for the Thought of Speech, Communicating Vases of January 2012
The Infusoir takes part this month in the Communicating Vases on Marie-Anne Paveau’s proposal (The Thought of Speech), which I therefore have the great pleasure of receiving the time of a ticket, as part of this book exchange. On the other hand, my thoughts are now home to my thoughts. So we feel mo...
Clio into question : metahistorical drama in Spain (1980-2010)
In the context of postmodernism, history writing has become a crucial issue. Called “epistemological turn” by historians and “metahistorical fiction” by writers, such a tendency is the proof of a “metahistorical awareness” which arises nowadays in Western societies as a whole, inviting to consider h...
The defence of the spirit of laws and the “humanities”
National hearing The document analyses Montesquieu’s views on religion and its social utility in the defence of the Esprit des Lois. What is it about humanely speaking about human things? What is Montesquieu’s epistemological purpose when defending the right of a ‘political writer’ to speak of relig...
Multi-paradigmatic bases of human training: Contributions of trans-personal, intercultural and spirituality paradigms for education in Brazil and France
The aim of this research is to analyse how transpersonal content and expressions of spirituality in the inter-cultural context between Brazil and France can broaden the understanding of the multidimensional human training process, in order to understand the dilemmas of conceptualisation and educatio...
Between individual identity and social determination: The case of Guyénot de Châteaubourg (1743-1824)
‘titrebRésumé’/titrebThe unique trajectory of Jean-Jacques Guyénot de Châteaubourg (1743-1824), which corresponds to the transition between the society of the Former Regime and the society that the Revolution will bring, makes it possible to grasp how an interim individual adapts the contemporary so...
Representation of polyseaemia in an electronic dictionary
The traditional treatment of polyseaemia poses many problems of representation: the coexistence of several jobs within the same article results in highly complex structures that are difficult to exploit informally. Working on the development of electronic dictionaries, we propose to generalise and s...
The philosophy of German language education. Break with the One: difference — plurality — sociality
"Summary '/titleb Summary: In the tradition of German philosophy, the field is delimited on the one hand by the idea of a general theory (or general pedagogy) of education and on the other by the concept of Bildung as training of the cultural and social subject. The 1960s saw the break-up of the uni...
Philosophical problems posed by the “knowledge economy” Problem problems posed by the “knowledge economy”: a trial of the Kantian interpretation of the new economy
Our aim is to characterise some of the changes brought about by the so-called “knowledge economy”. We start from the idea that our economies are changing significantly because work becomes massively intellectual and this affects, we think of the very nature of the knowledge produced in the company,...
Observe what is “out of the show”! Paradoxical epistemological problems of psychanalytic observation
The group’s question puts psychanalysis into a necessary question about the historical origins of its epistemologic fundamentals. At the hearing of the 20th century two major intellectual revolutions will fundamentally change our view on the nature of the reality and, upstream, on the subject itself...
Law and technology: to reconcile the irreconcilable situation? Epistemological reflections for a right to technological freedoms
The myth of cyberspace as a zone of lawlessness has lived! Since the 1978 Law on Informatics and Freedoms, the interaction between law and new technologies has given rise to a genuine network of standards that are constantly changing and cross all traditional legal categories. The balance is mixed,...
Catherine Servan-Schreiber ed., Indianity and Creolity on Mauritius
Catherine Servan-Schreiber ed., Indianity and Creolity with Mauritius. Paris, Editions of the EHESS, ‘Purushartha’ 32, 2014, 328 p. How does the Indian presence on Mauritius produce a particular identity by combining itself with the creole legacy of uprooting? This volume intends to respond to them....
The first models of trauma (1862-1884)
in the fifteenth century were the first railway accidents with the societal and legal issues they raise that gave rise to the concept of trauma in psychiatry. Its name and first modelings are based on surgery, which is the only medical discipline that can account for the multiple symptoms of certain...
Three principles of quiet renovation for the teaching of law. The advantage of returning methodological and epistemological concerns
Subutex ® a drug, but what is a drug? Outline of a semiotic anthropology of psychotropic drugs
Opioid Alternative Treatment (TSO) was introduced in France in the mid-1990s in a controversial context. The pharmaceutical laboratory found it difficult to obtain a marketing authorisation for BHD in the French health and political situation at the time. France is changing its paradigm in the care...
Education for sustainable development
'pbIn 2010, the National Sustainable Development Strategy (NSDS) did not hesitate to recall that “education for sustainable development should prepare the future citizen to understand, integrate the complexity of relations between social, economic, cultural and environmental issues and act”/emb. Edu...
L’intelligence artificielle au risque du singulier L’intelligence artificielle au risque du singulier: Les limites du calcul des significations dans les technologies de la traduction
Teaching rhetoric at the Brussels School
This article presents the concept of teaching rhetoric at the School of Brussels. He explained the origin of the approach in Perelman’s thinking. He went on to show how the GRAL team returned to the teaching of rhetoric exercises by the scholars. He proposed an epistemological reflection to show the...
Scientific approaches and investigative approaches in experimental sciences
1. Background The new focus on an investigative approach (MEN college and high school curricula, 2008a, 2010) makes its development a major challenge for teacher training. It involves, in addition to a reflection on the practices to be implemented, work on the representations of young teachers on th...
Détail, gros plan, microanalyse. Carlo Ginzburg lit Siegfried Kracauer
Pedagogical and psychological factors in writing: methodological issues
Theoretical problem Written entry is central to the concerns of two categories of professionals, pedagogues and psychologists. Some of them, in terms of action (trainers or teachers), are responsible for helping the child to solve this daunting problem and wonder how best to do so to be as effective...