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(cc) Julie.T Consignor: ‘My problem, a Chinese headache’, a year ago, the choice of Blade Runner from Ridley Scott was motivated by personal questioning and a bit unconscious: what is man? The film was disturbed by its ability to face us with robots, the replicants, at a time more human than the inh...
The Church of Belgium and the repentance towards Jews
In the aftermath of the Second World War, the commonly accepted idea was that the Church of Belgium had done its duty to the Jews who were victims of Nazi persecution. This feeling of ‘duty accomplished’ was encouraged by the highest authorities in the Jewish community, which, from the Liberation, h...
Discourse of Slavery: Freedom and the Negotiation of Power and Identity in Context
The construction of narratives takes place within specific contexts, including temporal, cultural, geographical, historical, ideological, and physical. The contextual creation of slave narratives and the processes of their construction and reconstruction resulted in a negotiation of power over the a...
Impracticable secularism : considerations on religious freedom in Quebec from the XVIIth to the XIXth century, based on the case of Franco-Protestants
Political violence and democratic transition: political attacks during the French Revolution
International audience The end of the 18th century gives birth to new forms of political action: political attempts or attacks. More and more often committed with weapons of massive destruction, as bombs or explosive machines, these attacks not only try to injure or kill human targets, but also to s...
Free like the other?
this article looks at various conceptions and experiences of freedom that manifest themselves around the teaching of African dance in Europe, namely the Senegalese dance SABAR. While African dances are frequently promoted as a vector of self-‘liberation’, linked to exotifying stereotypes about Afric...
Collective choice in contemporary political philosophy
This dissertation examines the philosophical foundations of social choice theory. Social choice theory is the area of normative economics which is concerned with the aggregation of individual preferences. The aim of this work is to investigate the philosophical assumptions of social choice theory in...
Dlettantism as an art: the case of Thomas Mann
The contribution seeks to explain the meaning and role of the terms “décadence” and “dilettantism” in the context of the considerations of a non-political one, highlighting the influence of the French cultural critic Paul Bourget and the “Vienna Essayist” Hermann Bahr. In view of the fact that the v...
The practice of European Union law by the judicial judge
Contract to be published on 6 April 2016 with the support of the Mission de Recherche droit et Justice. This book publishes the proceedings of the colloquium organised in Lyon in June 2015 by the Team for International, European and Comparé Law (EDIEC, EA No 4185) in collaboration with the Research...
Freedom of trade and industry
(EC 5 May 1995, Association of non-sedentary merchants of the Orne, Application No 136294)
Facebook's Oversight Board first decisions
Facebook n'en finit pas de renouveler le débat sur la liberté d'expression en ligne. Alors que la question de la responsabilité de la plateforme agite l'opinion depuis les évènements du Capitole, le Conseil de surveillance de Facebook a publié ses premières décisions le 28 janvier 2021. L'ambition d...
Nur eine” Geld-Emanpowerment”?
Im Mittelpunkt des Buches steht die Frage nach den Loyalitäten und Lebenswelten des Prager jüdischen Großbürgertums zwischen 1800 und 1867. Aufgrund seines enormen wirtschaftlichen Erfolges nahm es innerhalb der jüdischen Bevölkerung Böhmens eine Sonderstellung ein. Anhand von fünf Prager Familien z...
Gilles Declercq, densities of seduction: Elmire between honesty and liberation in Libertinism and Literature in Seventeenth-Century France. Acts of the Vancouver Colloquium, The University of British Columbia, 28-30 September 2006
Questo saggio di Gilles declercq offre una rinnovata lettura del Tartuffe, approfondendone la dimensione libertina. Come noto, il personaggio di Orgon e la sua credulità sono stati indagati come indizio di libertinismo ideologico, come pure la manipolazione, esplicita e visibile, operata dal falso d...
Stefan Gandler (Coordinator). Critical theory. Impossible to resign. Grips of repression and adventures of emancipation (Mexico: Autonomous University of Querétaro/Miguel Ángel Porrúa, 2016), 259 pp.
Libertin — Freedom, a form of active development in territorial innovation processes?
Justice as Care : From Ronald Dworkin Toward Education
This thesis is about Ronald Dworkin’s conception of justice as equal respect and concern from which we study the interaction between its principles and the development of personal identity. The idea behind it is that justice as equal liberty involves a problem of commensurability : how do we ascerta...
The civil servant confronted with the official candidacy (1852-1870) -a contribution to a revaluation of the democratic and liberal caesarism-
The image of the Second Empire was disgraced for a long time in our national culture. Indeed the French defeat at Sedan, Victor Hugo’s diatribes and the Coup combined to firmly corroborate the dark vision of the period. Yet some historical studies have partly restored it by showing the reality of th...
Autonomous workshops: students’ activity and experience
Independence at school, both the ability to develop among students and the ability to mobilise at home, is widely developed in classes, in various forms and with very different degrees of freedom. Students’ activity and experience of autonomous work situations are studied here to better understand w...
Service personalization vs. concept uniformity: The case of franchised quick service restaurants
International audience A franchisor has the difficult task to balance concept uniformity and adaptation to local customer needs. In an attempt to improve their own competitiveness and profitability, franchisees are often tempted to resort to opportunistic behaviors, through deviations from brand sta...
For a story of the idea of tolerance from the 17th to the 17th century
The very heart of human rights is a fundamental right: freedom of conscience, the corollary of which is necessary tolerance. We will try to outline the progress of this ideal — from the 19th to the 17th century from Nicolas de Cues to Locke — not in an idealistic and abstract way, but by showing how...
On the proposal of Merlin (Thionville), the address of the Champs-Elysées section (Paris) requesting the liberty of five detained patriots was referred to the General Security Committee at the session of 16 thermidor an II (3 August 1794)
Merlin de Thionville Antoine Christophe. On the proposal by Merlin (de Thionville), the address of the Champs-Elysées Section (Paris) requesting the liberty of five detained patriots was referred to the General Security Committee at the session of 16 thermidor an II (3 August 1794). In: Parliamentar...
Discussion on the MEP of the popular societies of Clermont and Issoire (Puy-de-Dôme) calling for the freedom of Attaroche and other public officials imprisoned by Auzat, accomplice of Couthon and Robespierre, at the session of 25 thermidor an II (12 August 1794)
Duhem Pierre Joseph, Delcher Joseph Etienne. Discussion on the MEP of Clermont and Issoire (Puy-de-Dôme) popular societies calling for the freedom of Attaroche and other public officials imprisoned by Auzat, accomplice of Couthon and Robespierre, at the session of 25 thermidor an II (12 August 1794)...
The Cold Cultural War and the Spanish Republican exile. Leaflets of the Congress for Freedom of Culture (1953-1965)
Until so far, studies on the Spanish civil war and one of its main consequences in the world of culture, such as the exile of most of its intellectuals, tended to see in a somewhat autarcical way: Although the continued existence of the Franco regime is inextricably linked to the Cold War, the quest...
S. Benso, B. Schroeder (ed. by), Thinking the inexhaustible. Art, Interpretation and Freedom in the Philosophy of Luigi Pareyson, SUNY Press, New York 2018. Per una scheda del volume, visitare il sito della casa editrice a questo indirizzo
Patrice Yengo. Paradoxes of the scientific recognition of African intellectuals Patrice Yengo. Paradoxes of scientific recognition of African intellectuals: History of the scientific refuge
Patrice Yengo, from Congo-Brazzaville, is an inclined intellectual, a permanent temporary exile. Beyond its specificity, its trajectory is characteristic of these African scholars in exile, who enjoy undeniable recognition but have never succeeded in being perceived as eligible for a post in the Fre...