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What the Flesh Carries. A Sociological Approach to the Emergence of Face Transplant
How has the face become an organ, object of donation and transplantation? Starting from thisquestioning, this thesis invests the environment of those who have carried facial transplantprojects, and those who have debated about them, during the years 2000 and 2010 in Franceand the United Kingdom. It...
Chapter V. Joyers, true: A pleasant joysis
Plutarque assumes that the Banquet occupies a special place in the whole of Platon’s work, that the practice of philosophy is not the same as elsewhere, that dialectic coercion gives way to persuasion, in a word that the latter is not a platonician dialogue like another (Table Propos, I, 1, 614c-d):...
Drinking and eating in Asian literatures
For its fifth issue, Impressions from the Far East provide readers with insights on how we are confronted in China, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, India and Korea, the universal constraint Brillat-Savarin summarised under the imparte formula: “Everything that lives is fed”. These 25 literary evocations, un...
The work of the experts: analysis of a food risk assessment system
Following various crises, the French Food Safety Agency was set up in 1999 to incorporate scientific advice into the assessment of health risks. The principle of expert opinion implies that professional and economic interests must be disregarded in the evaluation work. Observing the specific activit...
The breathing constraint of the French public sector
Travel with bore deformations and measurement constraint fields
: Strategic Approaches of CO2 Emissions : Short Program or Long Program ? The Cases of the Cement Industry and Chemical Industry
Hitchhiking and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Billboards on the Highway of Tears
Whether too much or the wrong kind, constraining Indigenous mobility is a preoccupation of the province of British Columbia. The province remains focused on controlling Indigenous mobility and constructing forms of contentious mobility, such as hitchhiking, as bad or risky. In Northwestern British C...
Ideology of constraint and budgetary performance. The neo-liberal temptation to alienate democratic choices
Pun Ngai, Migrant Labor in China: Post-Socialist Transformations
describing in the first chapter of this book how the socialist development model has been systematically challenged as to its inability to generate prosperity for the Chinese population, Pun Ngai explains that she was “forced to explore these new topics, such as migrant workers”, who paid the “histo...
Plug-in methods in classification
This manuscript studies several problems of constrained classification. In this frameworks of classification our goal is to construct an algorithm which performs as good as the best classifier that obeys some desired property. Plug-in type classifiers are well suited to achieve this goal. Interestin...
Toward a Modelling of Arabidopsis thaliana embryo body plans
During embryonic development, the major body plans of the plant are implemented. This process gives rise to a mature embryo which possess all the characteristics of a young seedling and is associated with a morphological change. These two processes are stereotyped in Arabidopsis thaliana embryo deve...
Probabilistic models for studying variability in single-neuron and neuronal ensemble activity
A hallmark of cortical activity is its high degree of variability. The present work focused on (i) the variability ofintervals between spikes that single neurons emit, called spike time irregularity (STI), and (ii) the variability inthe temporal evolution of the collective neuronal activity. First,...
From economic intelligence to smart transitions from economic intelligence to transition intelligence: Forward-looking reflection: towards a shift in constraints
National audience We are living live in a fundamental transformation of economic intelligence (IE) activity, under the constraints of sustainable development (SD) requirements, to become a recursive and reflexive intelligence that takes on its own productions, which is the object of IE: it is the in...
La revue L’Ordinaire latino-américain a connu des moments difficiles ces derniers mois, liés en partie à son fonctionnement propre comme au contexte général de la publication scientifique en sciences humaines et sociales sur les aires culturelles en France. Pour ne pas pénaliser la suite de son déve...
Aesthetics and economics, photographic art and market since 1980
The evolution of the aesthetic and economic value of a photographic print has been set up by a temporality, which takes 1980s as a starting point for the research. Our aim is to emphasize historical aspects as well as economical, aesthetic and theoretical ones, which have made structuring of a photo...
Prisoners in If Castle and Friuli Islands — Alsacians and Germans interned in Marseille in 1914
Book publication 26 October 2017 — August 1914: the French army makes a short incursion into Alsace and then, forced to fall, arrests thousands of civilians, civil servants (Alsacians or German officials from the Rhine after 1871) occupying posts in the imperial administration, or simply people perc...
Modeling and simulation for Leidenfrost effect
The Leidenfrost effect is a special case of calefaction: when a liquid is dropped on a surface which temperature is far hotter than the liquid's boiling point, he evaporates before touching the hot plate and the produced gas forms a thin layer, under the liquid droplet, that makes it hovering and is...
3D motion capture by computer vision and virtual rendering
Networked 3D virtual environments allow multiple users to interact with each other over the Internet. Users can share some sense of telepresence by remotely animating an avatar that represents them. However, avatar control may be tedious and still render user gestures poorly. This work aims at anima...
Reverse approach for the recovery of solar and visual contracts in the architectural and URBAIN PROJECT, DEVELOPPEMENT AND APPLICATION OF THE LOGICIEL SVR
Michel Léglise and François Guéna rapporteurs; Jean-Claude Bignon, Pierre-Yves Nizou, Jean-Pierre Péneau and Daniel Siret examiners With this in mind, an inverted simulation tool is developed and interfaced over layer of AutoCAD CAD software widely used in architectures’ agencies. It welcomes the me...
Rediscover Robert Mapplethorpe
This article is devoted to the archives of American artist Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), stored since 2011 at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. Taking advantage of a busy news, this study looks back at the processing of an archive not only to reconsider his work, but also to better pla...
Is the lack of schooling in Cambodian rural areas only due to poverty?
the author first proposes to look at primary school in the light of the history of the Cambodian school project and then describes the many dysfunctions that characterise school provision in rural areas today. Once this context has been taken into account, the article presents an analysis of one of...
Philosophical problems posed by the “knowledge economy” Problem problems posed by the “knowledge economy”: a trial of the Kantian interpretation of the new economy
Our aim is to characterise some of the changes brought about by the so-called “knowledge economy”. We start from the idea that our economies are changing significantly because work becomes massively intellectual and this affects, we think of the very nature of the knowledge produced in the company,...
The island of La Réunion during the Great War: colonial patriotism, Nation identification and stigmatisation of enemies
When it is understood as the expression of consent or coercion, patriotism of war determines the expression of the national sense of belonging to Réunion. This theme refers to the idea that Réunion should participate in the Nation’s destinies. The mother Patrie is no longer just an idea but, on the...
Language contact and description constraints: epistemological reflections on ‘limits’, starting from the northern songhay
In so far as I note that the perception, description and analysis of phenomena is partly constrained by its history, I will introduce the subject by a number of historical considerations by comparing two concepts which appear to be neighbouring, but nevertheless indistinguishable, to each other: tha...