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Aesthetics and Politics: The Afterlives of Oscar Wilde’s The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1891)
Oscar Wilde is regarded as the emblematic figure of Aestheticism and Art for Art’s sake and thus of the autonomisation of the arts in late nineteenth-century Britain. That is why The Soul of Man under Socialism, his most overtly political essay, published in The Fornightly Review in February 1891, h...
Suber/Harnad Statement in support of the investigative work of Richard Poynder
Statement in support of the investigative work of Richard Poynder Richard Poynder, a distinguished scientific journalist specializing in online-era scientific/scholarly communication and publication, has been the ablest, most prolific and most probing chronicler of the open access movement from its...
Call for contributions: Sudan, five years after South Sudan’s Independence: what reconfigurations, transformations and developments on the North side?
source: http://cedejsudan.hypotheses.org/530 The Sudan, five years after the independence of South Sudan: which reconfigurations, transformations, and evolutions in the “North”? South Sudan officially gained independence on the 9th July 2011. This was the outcome of the peace agreement signed in Jan...
Jean-Louis Moretti, Tourism and Spatial Planning in Corsica: the search for the optimum
The book consists of two parts. The first, entitled ‘History of planning in Corsica or the ‘Cemetery of Plans and Schemes’’, provides an overview of the multiple attempts to develop the island through tourism, alone or integrated into more comprehensive plans. This reminder, which is very useful sin...
Africa and the mission. Old terrain, new questions with Claude Prudhomme
, around 20 authors are gathered in this book to pay tribute to historian Claude Prudhomme. Their texts set out the new landscape of missions in contemporary times, incorporating the methods and perspectives provided by this researcher, which enabled the field to emerge from missiologist studies. Fr...
Decline or rise in autonomy of will in private law?
Control of autonomous vehicles using multi-agent systems
[ES] In the field of autonomous vehicles, a multitude of technological developments have taken place in recent years. However, we are far from achieving the full range of these vehicles as there are many adverse situations that hamper the proper functioning of the systems. In order to participate in...
Minutes of: Sandrine Garcia, Mothers under influence. From the cause of women to the cause of children. Paris (coll. “Supporting Texts/Gender sexuality”): The DecOpen, 2011
by Sophie Noël Maître de Conference at the University of Paris 13 Mères under influence, published in 2011, seeks to understand the paradoxical development that led to the struggle for the release of women in the late 1960s, starting from the claim of an identity outside maternity, to the culpabilis...
Interactive digital interfaces in the process of learning a living foreign language
This MEEF master memory is part of Spanish teaching in the French school system. It addresses the role of digital and in particular interactive platforms in this education. We conducted face-to-face and remote experiences (as part of the pedagogical continuity due to COVID-19) for our students to te...
Paradox of Autonomy
How is it possible for an adolescent to become autonomous in spite of the necessity to introject some qualities of the others (parents, teachers and so on).
Statements of commitments: 1954-1962 in the Rise, from 15 March to 9 June 2012
19 March 1962-19 March 2012. The celebration of the fiftieth of the Evian agreements and the Algerian independence, proclaimed on 5 July 1962, give rise to numerous events. In Lyon and Villeurbanne, two exhibitions carried out by the Grand Ensemble Association give French support to Algerians at war...
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...
Leisure, leisure and volunteering for older people
Many changes are happening globally. Leisure, as a social and cultural element, does not remain unconnected with such developments and, in turn, contributes from a personal, social and economic point of view to the shaping of certain habits, lifestyles, different ways of understanding rest and recre...
The global competition for artificial intelligence
The opportunities opened up by artificial intelligence, in particular on its economic and military side, have joined the international ambitions of some countries and precipitated the emergence of a new competition. Sino-American antagonism is now structured around this repertoire of techniques, fol...
"Reconstructing the North and democratising Sri Lanka" by Ahilan Kadirgamar
Before getting into the main thrust of my argument, I want to be clear about the lost opportunity in post-war Sri Lanka. I am echoing here the words of the insightful Tamil intellectual Kethesh Loganathan, who critiqued the attempts to resolve the ethnic conflict during the first five decades after...
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...
Socio-evaluation research on the impact of the Marrainage intervention of the Relevailles Group
The aim of this socio-evaluation research was to assess the impact of the margro-twinning intervention and to identify the particular social dimensions of the customers served by the Relevailles Group. This body provides psychological support to mothers seeking assistance following adaptation diffic...
Urban policy and housing policies in Morocco: uncertainties of a strategy
The Moroccan State’s strategy since independence has been aimed at limiting the weight of cities and maintaining rural rural areas in the countryside by means of a rural spatial planning and equipment policy, a refusal of industrialist choice. Despite this proactive attitude, public action has at th...
The 1984 GM Agreement in Canada: Significance and Consequences
The 1984 negotiations and strike at General Motors in Canada are a turning point in the relations between US and Canadian unions. The different elements of the crisis are explained by the author who also raises possible consequences on the future of the Canadian labour movement.
Evolution pathways of employees' work on dairy farms according to task content, specialization, and autonomy
Evolution of employees working on dairy farms is related to the increase in farm size and the decrease in the size of family workforce. Thus, maintaining employees on dairy farms is a major problem for dairy farmers. We hypothesize that maintaining employees is related to their evolution pathways of...
Political autonomy in socialism
Professionalisation in a master’s degree in engineering, an innovative teaching scheme
This work reflects a teaching scheme professionalising a master’s degree in engineering, developing the autonomy and recognition of training professionals in relation to a specific task. We describe the origins and characteristics of a device structured by problem-based learning in a playful situati...
Better than the pile: the press. The Padre Traggia and the Catholic winner (1809-1810)
This article, which opens with the presentation of what was the press and church relations in Spain of the Luces, gives an account of the journalistic history of carmelita Fr. Manuel de santo Tomás (Traggia) and analyses the Catholic winner, which he founded in 1809. As the author stressed, this wee...
From anticolonialism to Algerian women’s rights. The lives of Simone Ben Amara (1924-2011)
Need to colonial Algeria in 1924 and died in Paris in 2011, Simone Ben Amara appears to have lived several lives, during which his assignments and affiliations of class, gender and ‘race’ were blurred. Daughter of settlers, she became anticolonialist and Marxist. Jewish of Algeria and a French citiz...
The Social Against the Welfare State. Predation and social protection
The aim of this work is to read the history of the French welfare state in the light of the theory of a predatory state. An approach to social protection taken by the State in which protection is an instrument of predation is opposed to an approach described as ‘Social’ dominated by a ‘welfare’ soci...