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The road to freedom. Eugen Fink and the principle of fenomenology
The aim of the present paper is to show how the inner connection between phenomenology and freedom lies at the very heart of the phenomenological thinking of Husserl’s last assistant, Eugen Fink. His phenomenological conception is supported by a radicalization of a transcendental reduction conceived...
Is it necessary to ‘warn of the end of the time to demand the end of the couillettes’? The tracks of ecocitizen engagement
Based on an incursion into the electronic forums of collapsonauts, this article looks at what the idea of collapse does to those who adhere to it. At odds with the denunciations about the risks of demobilization or depoliticization, we can see that collapsology, by stimulating the joint exploration...
Publication: “Artist immigrants: The artists and migrants of the French Revolution’.
WALCZAK Gerrit, Artistische Wanderer : Die Künstler(e)migranten der Französischen Revolution, Berlin, Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2019, 448 p. Présentation de l'éditeur : Dozens of painters were part of the emigration occasioned by the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789. Whether French or foreigne...
Organized Propaganda or Disorganized Chaos? A Case Study of the Canadian Energy Centre and its Online Communications
This research utilizes modern definitions of propaganda terms (e.g. misinformation, disinformation, white/grey/black propaganda) to create a tangible model for qualitative research. The book Network Propaganda: Manipulation, Disinformation, and Radicalization in American Politics by Benkler, Faris &...
Radicalism Put to the Test of the Father
This article questions the real involved in “radicalism” and “radicalization”, understood as particular postmodern nominations, and confronts this real to the psychoanalytic perspective of nomination, as a radical coordinate of the structure operated by the father. The authors attempt to question th...
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COUNTER-RADICALIZATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD THROUGH EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS IN BIMA
This research reveals the reality of early childhood education in Bima, West Nusa Tenggara as an area prone to radicalism, especially to see the policies and implementation of the counter-radicalization agenda in early childhood, including portraits of communication between stakeholders in tackling...
The political crisis in Venezuela and the role of the Lima Group: taking stock and challenges of your diplomatic action
Ante o aprofundamento da crise política, social, econômica e humanitária que a Venezuela vive desde 2017 e seus efeitos colaterais negativos para a região, surge o Grupo de Lima como uma coalização de países com afinidade ideológica que exerce uma diplomacia multilateral com o objetivo de defender a...
The role of humor in the teen process. Preconscious functioning, Narcissism, Individuation and Socialization
The Tunisian revolution in 2011 helped to free the speech and unleash languages. Thus we witnessed a humorous explosion affecting all areas of life: political, economic, sports, religious and social. The teenagers seem to be the most concerned by this creative expression serving their psychological...
Wahhabism in the Balkans – Islamic threat or threat to the Islam
: In the post-conflict atmosphere of the Balkans the Wahhabism began to spread (at the beginning - shyly and with an unremarkable number of members which in time began to grow and enrich its extreme Balkan milieu). If ten years ago its followers could not fill more than one row of believers in the m...
Dead End: The Failure of Multicultural Britain in Sunjeev Sahota’s Ours Are the Streets (2011)
Based on Ours Are the Streets (Sunjeev Sahota, 2011), this article examines how the UK’s homeless, jobless, disenfranchised second-generation Muslims struggle to align their ethnic/cultural identities with their British identity. This is one of the first British novels that address the issue of inte...
The New Third Party in Two-Party System? Circumstances and Implications of UKIP Success in 2014 European Parliament Elections
For a growing group of voters the UKIP party ceases to be a second choice, and it becomes a main party. But, contrary to popular belief, its electoral success is only partly due to its Eurosceptic program. Its growing support is rather the result of disappointment in policies of the main parties and...
Sociological survey on “radicalisation assessment districts” in French prisons
Cette recherche vise d’une part à décrire et comprendre comment les QER ont été élaborés, comment la cohérence interne du dispositif a été pensée et comment chaque acteur, depuis la position et le statut qui sont les leurs, donne sens au dispositif ; d’autre part, et plus largement, elle entend décr...
“Youth Response to Religious Diversity and Religious Beliefs” A Study across College Students in the City of Chennai, Tamil Nadu
The Sociological study of religious diversity and youth is a growing field of research. Religious diversity, in the recent years, has been a central issue especially when there seems to be an increase in radicalization of religious belief. India has always been known for its pluralism and multicultu...
The Evolution of the Jihadist Threat in Europe
The purpose of this article is to analyze the most important sources and manifestations of Islamic radicalism in Europe. In order to achieve this aim the historical and the ideological determinants of the development of this phenomenon have been presented, followed by identification of the main stag...
Modeling the Process of School Shooters Radicalization (Russian Case)
Research on radicalization became relevant to the study of terrorism and violent extremism just two decades ago. The accumulated empirical data on terrorism have led researchers and experts to understand that radicalization is a predictor of violent actions by terrorists, violent extremists, and lon...
3. Etienne Clavière and the affirmation of cosmopolitan republican in the second half of the 18th century
An unknown figure in the history of the second half of the 18th century, Etienne Clavière (1735-1793) nonetheless occupies a major place in the political and legal circulation of the republican ideal. Indeed, from Geneva to France, via Ireland and the United States, its intellectual and political tr...
Radicalization as a Source of Danger to Safety
The article discusses the phenomenon of radicalization, which becomes a source of danger for the individual and the security of the state. At the beginning the article discusses the essence and causes of the phenomenon, and then refers to the Polish and German strategies in the field of security. Th...
Do Jihadist “Martyrs” really want to die? An emic approach to self-sacrificial radicalization in Pakistan
Using a prosopography based on sources which cannot be verified, most academic works on the phenomenon of suicide bombings tend to present a ‘martyr’ who is hyper-motivated to die. This contrasts with the life stories of former recruits from a Pakistani jihadi militia, which show that individual mot...
Contemporary Austrian versions of women and feminist concepts – a mirror story
Der Text ist ein Versuch, die gegenwärtige österreichische Prosa von Frauen im Spiegel feministischer Konzepte zu zeigen. Besondere Aufmerksamkeit gilt dabei den andersgearteten Entwicklungen in Österreich und in Deutschland. Diese zeichnen sich – was die Suche nach neuen künstlerischen Ausdrucksfor...
Thunder and whir. For a musical literature: The case of surrealism
By exploring Deleuze’s theory of the creative act, I suggest in the first part of this article that all art forms can achieve a generalized musicality. This musicality denotes a region of perception that goes beyond ordinary senses, with which we can come into contact either by creating or by witnes...
Trump, Johnson and New Primitivism - The Manifestations and Causes of Major Crisis in the USA and the UK
Over the past few decades, major changes have taken place in the two most influential Western countries – the USA and the UK. These changes found political expression in Trump’s presidential victory and the triumph of Brexit in 2016. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the changed political real...
Aumônier Muslim in prisons: paradoxes of a function
`!-- Début du contenu @xml:lang="en" --bTerrorist attacks in recent years in France have provoked many reactions to “face” this threat on the part of public institutions. One that could be considered particularly iconic is the anti-terrorism plan’s announcement of the creation of 60 full-time contr...
Do jihadist ‘martyrs’ necessarily want to die? An Elementary Approach to Self-Sexual Radicalisation in Pakistan
`titrebDo jihadi martyrs really want to die ?`/titrebUsing a prosopography based on uncontrollable materials, most academic works on the phenomenon of suicide bombings tend to present a “martyr” who is hyper motivated to die. This contrasts with the life stories of former recruits from a Pakistani j...
Formation of Serbian National Movement in Croatia in the 1980s–1990s
The article analyzes the essence and peculiarities of the Serbian political consolidation in Croatia in the 1980s–1990s. The author considers the reasons underlying the aggravation of the Serbian question in the course of system crisis and disintegration of Yugoslavia. Special attention is paid to t...
Paths to alterity. The understanding of the other in the Heidegger´s elaborations around Sein und Zeit
This article addresses the considerations of the otherness of the other in Heidegger’s early elaborations. Understood as a condition of possibility for a proper approach to ethical issues, here we analyze tensions and limitations in the thematization of the other, with the aim of accounting for the...