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Report on the book by Lorenzo Corti, scepticism and Langage, Paris, Vrin, 2009
Philoophie Antique, No 11 https://journals.openedition.org/philosant/1092
The problem of authorship in roman artistic culture : originality and imitation
The topic of my research has been to deconstruct the authorship as expression of a unique subject within the artistic creation. act, in order to understand the different elements composing an art-work in the elaborated Roman visual culture. I tried to investigate how the modern concept of author has...
Ancient DNA shows domestic horses were introduced in the southern Caucasus and Anatolia during the Bronze Age
The beginning of the tragedy: the reference to older people in the French paratextes of the XVI’supbe’/supb century
The first French dramaturges take old models as models. Mr Grevin recommended the imitation of the Greek tragics, as well as the imitation of Senegal. Like Rivaudeau, he saw them as a treasure. Imitating them is therefore legitimate. Seticket, however, does not exclude modern authors. In some parate...
The House of Vierge in Ephese. From the foundation to the heritage of an ‘international’ sanctuary
This article proposes to trace from a diachronistic perspective the various stages of development and heritage of the Marie House [Meryem Ana Evi], the presumed place of its Assumption, discovered at the end of the 19th century near Ephese. In a few years, the site has become a local pilgrimage cent...
Ajami script for the Mande languages
Arabic-based (Ajami) writing has been used for Mande languages, most probably, since the times of the Ancient Mali (13-16 centuries). It is still in use among Mandinka in Senegal, Gambia and Guinea Bissau, among Susu and Mogofin in Guinea, and to a lesser extent among Bamana in Mali. Specific featur...
Fibre, fabula, Fact (Volume 18.0)
"The chapters of Fibula, Fabula, Fact – The Viking Age in Finland are intended to provide essential foundations for approaching the important topic of the Viking Age in Finland. These chapters are oriented to provide introductions to the sources, methods and perspectives of diverse disciplines in a...
The story in teaching French as a foreign language
[ES] Mites, legends, faults, nibbles and stories have been since antiquity and remain important communication tools in all cultures. Some have been used to convey knowledge and knowledge, others to teach moral values or to raise spiritual lighting, and others simply to entertain. Could we also use t...
Enrico Campanile. Ethymological profile of the ancient comic. PISA, 1974 (Library of dialectal Italy and of Studies and Languages, 7) = “Lexique étymologique du Comique ancien”
Lambert Pierre-Yves. Enrico Campanile. Ethymological profile of the ancient comic. PISA, 1974 (Library of dialectal Italy and of Studies and Languages, 7) = ‘Lexique étymologique du Comique ancien’. In: Etudes Celtiques, Vol. 14, Strait 2, 1975. pp. 655-657.
Analysis of ironic statements in the Italian language of culture and media between the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century
Di ironia has been working since ancient times: still today, it is a large-scale phenomenon, which is the subject of a far from asserted debate, concerning its definition and identity. Irony is communication, but it is also a game and a tool for philosophical research; it is revolution but at the sa...
REX Dacie/Regina Dacie. Contributions to the study of the Danish monarchic ideology at the end of the Middle Ages
, to be published in: Macarie Motogna, Mihai Hasan, Victor Vizauer (Eds.), Cel care a trecut făcabnd bine — Nicolae Edroiu, Editura coala Ardeleană, Cluj-Napoca, 2019, pp. 65-163, ongoing. The House of Publishing “Scoala Ardeleana”, Cluj-Napoca, Romania refusing to publish my study on the eve of the...
Translating cultures: ethical issues when teaching life narratives of other cultures
Atanarjat (2001), winning film Inuit, starts with the following sentence by an elderly Indigena: “I can squeeze this canno so that I dream you understand it.” But, adinal, what is meant in this context “comprennder” or “understandable”? How does the sentence refer to an intelligible language? An und...
Cyber Remembrance Theatres
While it is an area where modernity joins history, it is the field of remembrance theatres. The art of remembrance, a discipline taught in Greek Antiquity and then Roman and used by speakers to remember their texts, consisted of mentally building remembrance theatres. Memorial theatres are mental re...
Can free relatives be concealed questions in Classical Greek ?
Revised text of a talk given at the 9th International Conference on Greek Linguistics 29 October 2009 - 31 October 2009 Chicago, Illinois In this paper I address the issue as to why there are at first glance three items that can introduce an embedded question in Classical Greek: hós (relative), tís...
The rime of the Ancient Mariner in the translations of Di Beppe Fenoglio and Mario Luzi
After a brief contextualisation of Coleridge’s poetry and the translations of the Rime of the Ancient Mariner di Luzi (1949) and Fenoglio (1955) into Italian literary tradition, reference is made to the influence that the meeting with the English poet produced by Luzi and Fenoglio themselves. In the...
The monster as an epidemic: avatars of monstruosity in Iris by Edmundo Paz Soldán
The novela Iris by Edmundo Paz Soldán portrays the vital paths of five characters on a fictitious planet dominated by violence emanating from the joint influences of a colonial situation and a former politeistic religion. Looking at how irradiated monstruosity is communicated from divinity to minds,...
Linguistics 4 (Bruno Paoli)
Courses No 4: What is known about ancient Arab dialects (lu-āt)
Emotional states and prosodie: paradigms, models, parameters
This book quickly shows the various philosophical concepts that have been reported since ancient times on the existence and manifestations of emotions in humans. It was then shown how, from the 20th century onwards, various paradigms embraced this field, such as the universalist paradigm, social con...
Archaeological erberisation, linguistic iberisation: the case of the Netherlands Aragon
National audience The recent research carried out in the average Matarraña valley (Bas Aragon, Teruel) has made it possible to reconstruct the phases and evolution of its population throughout the Fer’s age. On the basis of these data, all possible signs of disruption or cultural change, which could...
23 January 2019//Seminar of History of ancient philosophy (Aix en Provence)
Institute of History of Philosophy (EA 3276) Centre for Studies on Ancient Thought “Kairos kai logos” Seminar of History of the ancient philosophy held on Wednesday 23 January 2019 Mieke de MOOR, Institute of History of philosophy, Aix-en-Provence “Interpreting Book V of the Republic of Platon” 18 —...
Mysterion and sacramentum: sources, developments and perspectives
The notion of mysterion, as well as its Latin (sacramentum) and Syriac (raza) language correspondents, have established the theology and practices of the ancient Church in the field of exegesis, dogma, mystic, worship, preaching and catechsis. The aim of the seminar is to explore this concept, which...
For a history of French literature from the point of view of plurilingualism
The question of plurilingualism arises for writers well before the 20th century. It could be argued that literature in French has always been defined in relation to other languages: Latin first, but also the various dialects and other European languages that had become literary languages earlier tha...
The Invention of the Meroitic script (Cursive and Hieroglyphic)
International audience Meroitic was the main language of the kingdom of Kush, in ancient Sudan. Although it appeared probably in the 3rd millennium BC, it was endowed with a specific writing-system only in its late stage, namely the Kingdom of Meroe (3rd cent. BC / 4th cent. AD) and superseded Egypt...
Parution: Old majors: monographs of major archaeology, ethnography and linguistics, published on the occasion of the Yucatán Exploration Centenary
The ancient mayes Stephens, John Lloyd (1805-1852) Catherwood, Frederick (1799-1854) Editeur: Mexico: The College of Mexico: Economic Culture Fund Date de parution: 1941 description matérielle: 1 Vol. (361 p.): ill. en noir et en coul; couv. ill. Index absent in France (in 2021) Available in ligne,...
The Sacerisation of these times, an artefact to usurp democracy
From the ‘Homo sacer: Sovereign power and life’ and then in ‘Means without End: Notes on Policy’; Agamben, referring to ancient Greece, explains the original difficulty — if you don’t want — of the fact that this civilisation did not have a single term to express what we want to say with the word VI...