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On pure reflection : a reply to Dan Zahavi
International audience In his reply to our article 'The validity of first-person descriptions as authenticity and coherence', published in the special issue of JCS '10 years of Viewing from Within: the Legacy of Francisco Varela', Dan Zahavi formulates interesting objections to our line of arguments...
Translation, pastiche, and the thinking of resemblance in France and Italy in the 19th and 20th centuries
A study of the discourses on translation and pastiche in the 19th and 20th centuries serves as a basis to examine the archeology of translation thought in France and Italy, highlighting the radical difference between these neighbor territories. Articulating the political and linguistic histories of...
Appel à contributions/Call for papers : Naturalism in today's philosophy
The gradual naturalizing process in every field of knowledge has now become a sort of watchword. Over the last forty years, more and more enterprises have been launched, such as the naturalizing of epistemology and language, of ethics, phenomenology, sociology or psychoanylisis. The transient enthus...
Becker and Foucault on offences and penalties
Bernard E. Harcourt We will focus on the economic theory of crime and punishment of Gary Becker (1968) and Foucault’s analysis of Becker’s work in the course of 21 March 1979 (Foucault, 2004: 245-270). We will use this to explore in depth the relationship between, on the one hand, the Foucault texts...
‘Postoccidental’ social sciences: from Asia to Europe
In this article, the author proposes a scientific programme based on the invention of a ‘postoccidental’ space in social sciences as part of a dialogue with researchers from different Asian countries. At a time when the global turning point is being overcome at the same time there are epistemic inju...
Theories of social constructivism in Anglophone historical epistemology in 2000-2015
Social constructionism can be seen as a source of the postmodern movement, and has been influential in the field of cultural studies. The article is devoted to the analysis of the influence of social constructionism in modern Anglophone historiography and historical epistemology (2000-2015). The res...
“Lexical sensitivity” means: the emergence of a didactic concept of the lexicon
The concept of lexical sensitivity refers to the existence of a positive willingness to learn words, which manifests itself in an interest and curiosity towards lexical phenomena (Scott -Nagy, 2009). That provision corresponds to the ‘attitudes’ component of lexical competence (Tremblay, Anctil -Per...
Epistemology of knowledge taught, appropriate and used in physiotherapy. : Contribution of research results in science education to the creation of a discipline physiotherapy to ensure patient safety and quality of care
The profession of physiotherapist is located at a crossroads. Ongoing reforms lead to questioning the knowledge and skills taught physiotherapists to ensure patient safety and quality of care. It was sought to know the origin of knowledge in physiotherapy devices and evaluate teaching and ownership...
Epistemology and practices of digital humanities #ephn2016 — Storify of the Heritage (s) session on 19 February 2016 at the IHA
The second session of the Seminar “Epistemology of Digital Humanities” (#ephn2016) focused on a reflection on heritage and how to promote it, to encourage its availability to various types of specialised and non-specialised audiences. To this end, a first contribution from Davide Gherdevich (UVSQ) r...
History “The Fabrique of History as it tells” left!
together with the Centre Georges Chevrier de Dijon, the LARHRA in Grenoble and Telemme d’Aix-Marseille, the IHTP submitted a draft ANR at the 2013 White call, which was accepted. What does this involve? Since the creation of the HDR (Decree dating from 1984), candidates for Habilitation to conduct r...
Giordano Bruno’s concept of beautiful in ‘De gli eroici furori’
The main of this paper is to examine Giordano Bruno's conception of beauty his book De gli Eroici Furori. Firstly, I place Bruno's conception of beauty in the frame of his theory of knowledge, whose central problem is how we can know the divinity. Next, I connect Bruno's analysis of beauty with 'the...
Use your body to understand the environment Use your body to understand the environment: On the environmental knowledge of electro- and chemico-hypersensitive persons
National audience For this colloquium, we propose to study the trajectories after which some people diagnose themselves as hypersensitive to electromagnetic fields or chemicals. This process involves a radical transformation of their representations of the world, as well as a complete reorganisation...
The representations of historical science of distressed learners in history classes
We have been interested in a study among students who found that they had failed the single ministerial test in Quebec in their perception of historical science. Data analysis suggests that many of the underachievement students are disenfranchised about history and consider that their learning is di...
The Word of God: The Epistemology of Language in Classical Islamic Theological Thought
Entanglement of documentation and design: interdisciplinary elements for digital humanities
We want to report on some mutual contributions from information and communication sciences (CIS) and design. Some research carried out within CIS helps to better characterise the role of documentation in design projects. Reciprocally, designers make a number of constructive criticisms about the form...
Philosophy of the Anthropocene : interpretations and epistemology
For several decades, part of the scientific community has observed and denounced the magnitude of the anthropogenic environmental change. A recent concept has emerged from these concerns, which crystallises the idea of a lasting planetary transformation: the Anthropocene, the proposal to define a ne...
What is a nation in the 21st century? Friday 11 March 2016, 17: 00, University Paris-Sorbonne Presidency and introduction Dominique Jamet, journalist and writer. 1 — what is the nation in 1882 and 2016? Historical perspective. ERIC Ancrane, historian, University Paris- Sorbonne and Sciences-Po Paris...
Chapter II. Students’ history
The spontaneous definitions that students give of history surprises by their richness. The tone is often thwarted, showing interest in the subject as soon as the initial fear of not ‘knowing to answer’ becomes blurred. There are of course reluctance, closures as well, but quite little account is tak...
Linguistic relativism and metaphysical realism at Wilhelm von Humboldt
Humboldt language theory may be part of an epistemology in which the general problem of knowledge is open to the (relativistic face) thesis that language is not unconnected to the formation of conceptual networks and various epistemological perspectives, but on the contrary is an indispensable condi...
Elements for a history of agronomy
Actes of the Rennes Colloquium (6-7-8 October 1994) brought together by Ghislain Brunel and Jean-Marc Moriceau
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...
The formal owners of sex social relationships
Bohas Georges. Unfinished collaboration. In: Epistemology history Language, Volume 36, fascicule 2, 2014. Tribute to Djamel Eddine Kouloughli. pp. 111-118.
Span style = 'font-style: Italic; bEncyclopedia outside the book
The Encyclopaedia of Enlightenments includes all the conceptual elements for renewing the genus encyclopaedic outside the book. In particular, I think of the concepts of viewpoint and referrals defined in the Prospectus and the Publishers’ Preliminary Speech, with references from one article to anot...