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The change in the definition of death in Carlo Alberto Defanti
“Nothing is no longer certain than death”, as a very famous proverb claims. In fact, behind this seemingly simple and banal sentence, many theoretical and practical questions are hidden. We are biological beings and while the finality of human life is indisputable, the way to design and define ‘eter...
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...
"Custom, the world and my own experience have too well instructed me" : Read Anne-Therese de Lambert
If Anne-Thérèse de Lambert (1647 – 1733) is ignored nowadays as an author, it’s because of an historiographical tradition that overrated her rank as a society woman compared to her literary work. However, she endeavoured for a lifetime to reconcile her position as an aristocrat and and her literary...
Bacon and Descartes: Genesis of philosophical modernity
How can philosophical modernity, articulated by a historical category designating the 17th and 18th centuries and a philosophical and scientific break with aristothecian achievements, be embodied, for example, by philosophers as different as Bacon and Descartes? It is often reconstituted in a fictio...
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Natural law and individual rights in France in the nineteenth century
The individual rights which were consecrated in France by the declarations of rights from the revolutionary era brought about all through Nineteenth century a body of law which aimed at organizing the legal exercise of these rights. Public law professors made an important effort at that time to theo...
“S'il y a quelque chose qui revient de droit à l'anthropologie, ce n'est pas la tâche d'expliquer le monde d'autrui, mais bien celle de multiplier notre monde”Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2009)Une nomade pas comme les autres…Cet ouvrage est dédié à notre collègue et amie, Claudine Karlin. Ingénieure...
For a collective re-appropriation of local democracy
National audience The experience of the collection of knowledge/action reveals the wealth and originality of the analyses proposed by critical intellectuals. However, they, who are more familiar with the description and explanation of the real situation than with the preparation of programmes, are n...
Physical awareness of effective learning
Today we see heterogeneity within a classroom group. This is due to the intellectual, psychological and social diversity of students, which teachers must take into account in their teaching. However, these pupils have a common point on which the teacher can rely on: the body. However, we can see tha...
Knowledge transfer litigation and arbitration in European Union – China relationships
Facing the evolution of international trade and the development of intellectual proper ty trade between companies from different backgrounds, contractual model readjustments and a reordering of dispute resolution systems seems unavoidable. The unsettled legal status of secret knowledge in China and...
From affective/intellectual distinction to a modalised sentence theory. Mental representations and language operations at Charles Bally
In the history of the narrative theories of the twentieth century, Charles Bally is the author of the first ‘general theory of statement’, although his name has rarely been mentioned by the theorists in this field. In the context of the reflection on the relationship between representations and oper...
Spectacles of Enchantment. Landscape Garden Aesthetics in Eighteenth-Century England and France
This study is focused on the theoretical writings that are contemporary with the invention and spreading of landscape gardening in 18th-century England and France, and aims to throw new light on a corpus that is now well known to specialists. It maps out the intellectual developments which laid the...
‘Read in body: the symptomatic reading of the smell of saintness’ — Manon Raffard in La part and all: Partitions and (re) body compositions in the nineteenth century, SERD Doctorals, 2021
Author’s summary: Through the novels of the Goncourt brothers, Huysmans, Zola and Lemonnier, this article explores the literary representation of the smell of saintness in the light of the main epistemological speeches of the second half of the 19th century. In this anti-erical intellectual context,...
The missed translation of Edward Saïd in France
This article analyses Edward Saïd’s moving editorial trajectory in France. If the orientalism book is translated quickly by the Seuil editions, two years after its publication in English, its other writing is ignored by the French publishers. None of its books are published for 16 years, whereas dur...
Space: round table around Jacques Rivette
The text reproduces the transcript of a 1969 round table on “The space in cinema”, attended by the writers of the Cahiers du Cahiers du Cinema (Jacques Aumont, Pascal Bonitzer, Pascal Kané, Jean Narboni, Sylvie Pierre and Jacques Rivette), which remained unprecedented, with a presentation giving the...
Franco intellectuals between 1939 and 1953
Having identified as the subject of the study the Franco intellectuals who reached the ‘first row’ from the victory, it appears that this placed them in positions of power never reached by any intellectual in Spain. This does not amount to denying their intellectual skills in the context of an unequ...
Ornament values between Ruskin and Le Corbusier: transformations in the light of a ‘new spirit’
[ES] With the death of John Ruskin in 1900, a multifaceted intellectual whose life was handed over to theory and artistic criticism disappeared. Antithetics on many issues and parallels in terms of the scope, contradictions and humanism of his works, this article seeks the footprint of ruskinian the...
Think about the media, from Chile to France: Interview with Armand Mattelart
‘titrebSummary’/titrebprofessor emérite des Universités, Armand Mattelart is an important and original figure in the field of media studies: born in Belgium, trained in France and having pursued the first part of his academic career in Chile, he devoted much of his work (part of which was carried ou...
Claude Letellier and Denis Hüe (dir.), Le Roman de Brut, between myth and history
This volume of acts ultimately makes the work of a colloquium as important as it is away from the usual circuits, which took place in the city of Bagnoles de l’Orne. Such a location is of course a programmatic choice in so far as participants have had the opportunity to browse the ‘Plantagenêt space...
Discussion of marxism and rhetoric issues in the texts presenting the intellectual journals of the immediate post-war period
peer reviewed À la suite d’une analyse de la mise en débat du marxisme au sein des revues intellectuelles de l’immédiat après-guerre et d’une étude de la trajectoire idéologique d’un intellectuel particulier, Gérard Genette, au sein de l’espace des revues militantes, cette communication analyse le c...
The nation between deconstruction and anaesthesia
In Europe, the idea of a nation, both in practice and in theory, is now between deconstruction and anaesthesia. Deconstruction is the intellectual slope of this trend, with anaesthesia its political slope. I do not comment here on the need for this trend; I do not declare myself either in favour or...
Apart from ‘El Relato’. Transnational circulation of revisionist readings on the past in Latin America (1900-1930)
The term ‘historical revisionism’ is commonly associated, in the Rio de la Plata region, with an intellectual movement that emerged in the 1930s and proposes a reading of the past alternative to that of the so-called ‘academic’ or ‘official’ history. This proposal was characterised by the strong lin...
To finish post-modernity: the sense of the wonderful in the Once Upon a Time series
Once Upon a Time, from this point of view, is inseparable from the free treatment of Grimm tales in Tangled or Frozen, as well as of a prequel like Maleficient, a variation such as the Cinderella of Kenneth Branagh or of parodies played like Into the Woods or Descendants What you see in these films....
Risorgimento e letteratura negli “-lettuali militanti” Mazzini, Gioberti e Cattaneo
This article intends to conduct a lexical analysis to examine the uses of the term Risorgimento — applied to politics and literary facts — in three activist intellectuals Mazzini, Gioberti and Cattaneo. It is unusual to note that all three, although they have different aesthetic positions (in partic...
Create national literature in Quebec: the impact of Marie-Claire Daveluy’s texts from the press to sagas
Written for Youth is a recent enterprise in Canadian and French history. The company is justified by a nationalist project. In 1921, the ‘Blue Oiseau’ periodical was created to promote fellow romans whose protagonists are children. Reflecting the intellectual project of the elites, Les Aventures de...