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- Armando Mora-Bustos4
- Glenda Zoé Lizárraga Navarro4
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- Béthoux, Elodie3
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- A Alamalhoda2
- A Azhdar2
- A. Bartzokas2
- A Panahi2
- Alessandro Catelani2
- Andreatta, Moreno2
- Andréia Ciryno de Freitas2
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Combinatorial and linguistic logic: applicative combinatorial grammar
The applicative combinatory categorical Grammaire expands Steedman’s combinatorial categorical Grammaire by a canonic association between Curry’s rules and combiners on the one hand and the use of metarègles that control type change operations on the other. This model is included in the general mode...
Hanging on to the Edges
What does it mean to be a scientist working today; specifically, a scientist whose subject matter is human life? Scientists often overstate their claim to certainty, sorting the world into categorical distinctions that obstruct rather than clarify its complexities. In this book Daniel Nettle urges t...
The multitude and the proletariat since the World Social Forums from 2001 to 2016 : elaboration, actualization and anticipations of utopia
Ao longo dos anos 1970, as forças políticas mundiais se engajaram na corrida com vistas a conferir novo fôlego a um projeto capitalista de integração internacional. Após a falência do “pesado” modelo keynesiano-fordista, o consenso em torno da adoção dos princípios neoliberais para facilitar a liber...
Defining subject between deixis and categorisation: the case of ‘nosotros/vosotros’ (esp.)
Among the personal pronoms whose reference is identified on the basis of the speech situation in which they are employed (I, you, you, you), we will deal here with the forms of first and second person in the plural. In addition to cases of purely deictic value, we will analyse cases where these pron...
We/you others, categorical pronoms
Pitch level variation in French; categorical or gradient?
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Food security policy in South Africa, facing sectorial and territotial stakes : the complexity of public policies in a regionalized environment illustrated by the case of Kwazulu-Natal and Limpopo provinces
The object of this study is the dynamics of intergovernmental relations in South Africa and interactions between players taking part directly or indirectly in the definition and organization of the food security policy. Through the analysis of public policies approach, we exemplify these dynamics on...
The rules of probative weight as a privilege of the State Administration’s power to impose penalties
Summary The role of rules of probative weight is to introduce a hierarchy among the available evidence when taking a decision. That article refutes the two premisses of the argument that those rules are an unjustified privilege for the State administration, when it uses rules which attribute probati...
Child sexual abuse and the social norm
What in our society is described as sexual abuse is not always referred to by abusers. What relationships do individuals, referred to as sex offenders, have with the social norm of sexuality between adults and children? This is the central question of this research. The analysis of the representatio...
Psychopathy and link to the victim among sexual aggressors of adult women
Psychopathy is an understudied phenomenon among spouses’ sexual aggressors. The hypothesis that the characteristics of these sexual aggressors are psychopathic, as opposed to women’s sexual aggressors with no relationship of privacity, has therefore been examined. This was done by using the Psychopa...
Metaphor, or the interrelacs of motifs and themes
1. Introduction The play of the arguments which lead to a kind of metaphoric, which is indeed confusing, can be reconsidered if one agrees to submit to the analysis the status of the first stratum (‘literal’, denominative, categorical, often also ‘referential’) of the lexical meaning, that kind of i...
Subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder based on psychotherapy process: A longitudinal nonparametric analysis.
The present study aims at empirically exploring subtypes of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), based on patient descriptors of the psychotherapeutic process. Subtype identification and characterization of NPD is central, in particular, to increase diagnostic precision, linking categorical and...
The retrieval of a person’s own name: basic elements on semantic memory information and elements applied for the management of Elzheimer’s disease.
being able to identify the person in front of himself and be able to find his or her name are essential activities for everyday social interaction. However, its own name appears to be specific information compared with other information available on a person. The retrieval of this information is oft...
Auditing the Effect of Social Network Recommendations on Polarization in Geometrical Ideological Spaces
The prevalence of algorithmic recommendations has raised public concern about undesired societal effects. A central threat is the risk of polarization, which is difficult to conceptualize and to measure, making it difficult to assess the role of Recommender Systems in this phenomenon. These difficul...
The serial construction of storytelling people in Jorge Volpi’s fictions: a categorical dilemma
Post-modern and contemporary fictions have sometimes led to literary criticism and narratology to question their categories of analysis. Located in this movement, Jorge Volpi’s work puts in place numerous narrative games. While many of his novels include a persona-narrative modelled on the author’s...
Perceptual discrimination of speech sounds in developmental dyslexia.
International audience Experiments previously reported in the literature suggest that people with dyslexia have a deficit in categorical perception. However, it is still unclear whether the deficit is specific to the perception of speech sounds or whether it more generally affects auditory function....
Effect of serve on receipt and side-out performance in relation to all of its contact with the net and type of serve, in high level male volleyball. [Effect of the sake on the performance of the reception and on complex I depending on the contact between the balloon and the net and the type of sake, in voleibol].
AbstractThe contact of the serve’s ball with the net in volleyball generates uncertainty in the receivers, due to the change in trajectory and speed that occurs. The objective of this study was to determine the influence of the serve contact with the net on the performance of the receiving team, on...
Tuning functions for automatic detection of brief changes of facial expression in the human brain.
Efficient decoding of even brief and slight intensity facial expression changes is important for social interactions. However, robust evidence for the human brain ability to automatically detect brief and subtle changes of facial expression remains limited. Here we built on a recently developed para...
Queer Ancient Ways: A Decolonial Exploration
Queer Ancient Ways advocates a profound unlearning of colonial/modern categories as a pathway to the discovery of new forms and theories of queerness in the most ancient of sources. In this radically unconventional work, Zairong Xiang investigates scholarly receptions of mythological figures in Baby...
The cognitive, affective motivational and clinical longitudinal determinants of apathy in schizophrenia
International audience Apathy is a frequent and debilitating condition with few treatment options available in schizophrenia patients. Despite evidence of its multidimensional structure, most of past studies have explored apathy through a categorical approach. The main objective of this study was to...
Humanity is going through a convulsive time. Without mentioning any particular reference - which would always be incomplete anyway - it is visible as a first sign, the emergence of outbreaks and social protests that take the streets of not a few cities along the planet: the activation of the civil s...
From Artificial Intelligence to dioses game
The exponential advance of artificial intelligence and all other technologies untapped within the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution have brought us to a categorical turn for humanity. We are developing computers capable of self-programming and being autonomous to the extent that the initial pro...
Mobilising health simulation for training in the ethics of nursing students
'np pagenum = ‘123’/bThe development of simulated skills, long reserved for specific high-tech sectors such as aeronautics, now appears to be an essential means of initial and continuing training for health professionals. And it is probably because of its references to technical space that it is oft...
Social work... The great misunderstanding
"pb’BBCE text is made of life experiences, intersecting over the years and the meetings the author himself wonders what links them, paradoxically clarifying the continuity of work and the discontinuity of history. '/bb'/PB 'pb’BB’ibPréface by Professor Jean Naudin, Professor of Psychiatry at the Uni...
The resident receptivity proof of social housing projects. : Challenges and prospects through the case of Marseille : urban renewal in St. Bartholomew III Picon-Busserine
Urban renewal in social housing areas is in high hopes to revisit through a comprehensive approach to priority neighborhoods said geography and politics of the city. Whatever the justifications intentions and actions, the objectives of this intervention depends largely on the terms of its spatial an...