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Conviction, belief, faith (Sorbonne, 30-31 May)
On 30 May, 31 May and 1, the following colloquium will take place at the University of Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne and the EPHE: Belief, belief, faith: from late antiquity to the Middle Ages. Organisers: Christophe Grellard, Laurent Lavaud and Philippe Hoffmann. Thursday 30 May 2013 University Paris 1...
Le nahualli-tlahuipuchtli dans le monde nahuatl
The nahualli-tlahuipuchtli in the nahuatl world. One of the least known characters in Lopez Austin’s (1967) article « Forty magician classes in the nahuatl world », is the tlahuipuchtli, a name given actually to some kind of bloodsucking witches. The goal in this work is to define the meaning and fu...
Conversions to Catholicism among Fin de Siècle Writers: A Spiritual and Literary Genealogy
During the last decade of the 19th century, a number of English writers converted to Roman Catholicism: the “Decadent” poets John Gray, Lionel Johnson and Ernest Dowson joined the Church in 1890 and 1891, while Oscar Wilde flirted with the Catholic faith during his college years at Oxford, and recei...
L’Étrangère L’Étrangère: A paradox of literary polyglotism
International audience A journey drifts from religious belief to literary metaphor and ends up sometimes making death the traveler and, as such, the stranger par excellence. Camus’s L’Etranger does not turn its back on these traditional legacies but uses them in a paradoxical way, and the strangenes...
One of the first forms of reflection on the choice of research methodology is the look at the ECOLE OF ATHENES TO THE EPREUVE INTERVENTION
The well-known opposition of Aristote and Platon on the relationship between intelligible and sensitive people is one of the first forms of reflection on the choice of a research methodology. The painter Raphaël, in his famous fresque ‘L’Ecole d’Athens’, presents Platon pointing the index from his r...
Lateral connectivity : propagation of network belief and hallucinatory-like states in the primary visual cortex
In the primary visual cortex (V1), we examined the functional impact of centripetal apparent motion sequences originating from the far periphery and converging towards the receptive field of cortical cells along their preferred orientation axis. At high saccadic speed, the anisotropic congruency of...
Study of the exposure of a population to a wireless communication network via dosimetric tools and statistic
Wireless communication technologies, since their introduction, have evolved very quickly and people have been brought in 30 years into a much closer world. In parallel radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (EMF) are more and more used. As a consequence, people's attentions around health risks o...
Fly soups and Cold War?
this video explores the widespread idea that the emergence of fly bunches was linked to the influence of the Cold War context. A ‘popular belief’ generated by the post-war context. Worried about the Soviet people, the Americans have believed to have believed their warmers invaded by Russian secret w...
‘Ayn al-Quḍāt al-Hamadānī’s intellectual doctrine : between Avicenna’s and al-Ġazālī’s heritage
This PhD thesis aims to analyze the doctrinal system of ‘Ayn al-Quḍāt al-Hamadānī, a thinker who was executed in 525/1132 in Hamadan, Iran. A proclaimed ṣūfī, he was highly inspired by the intellectual tradition established by Abū Ḥāmid al-Ġazālī, and tried to offer a theoretical system, compatible...
The Late Antique necropolis on the site of El-Deir in the Egyptian oasis of Khargeh : study of the Coptic funerary practices
Study of the west necropolis at the El-Deir site in the Egyptian oasis of Khargeh helps to acquire a better understanding of the knowledge of Egyptian funerary practicesin the Late Antiquity / Late Antique period, in the first ages of Christianity. The results of this research constitute an interest...
The power of words in the Middle Ages
The idea of the power or effectiveness of words emerges from the reading of very different sources in the Middle Ages, be it doctrinal texts or practical works. This book is intended to be the broadest possible confrontation on this topic from an intellectual and anthropological perspective. Indeed,...
Vincent Lavoie éd., La Preuve par l’Image, Quebec, Canada, Presses of the University of Quebec, 2017, 298 pages
In 2017, the historian of the photography Vincent Lavoie published L’Affaire Capa, a roborative investigation into methods of authentication of photography, which are divided for the author into three categories: the voice of witnesses, records and forensic expertise. These three elements have an em...
The Grand Jeu, between illusio and lucidity
Lancé by three bright, fresh bachelors who arrived from Reims, Roger Gilbert-Lecomte, René Daumal and Roger Vailland, the ‘Grand Jeu’ entered the Parisian scene with plume and ferveur in 1928. Drowned in the nebulous novelty of leading journals, which were then born and dying in the wake of André Br...
The suitability of the work: genetic criticism and freighter epistemology
This article deals with the genetic question as it arises for non-literary texts. The author presents two ‘restricted genetics’ files in the freudian field and then suggests what a ‘generalised genetics’ could be, that is to say, in fact a poetic of the work, here Freud’s. It is apparent from that i...
Anthropology and aesthetic of belief in Aragon’s poetical œuvre, from Le Crève-cœur to Le Fou d’Elsa (1939-1963)
This doctoral thesis explores the complex set of beliefs espoused by Louis Aragon in his poetical oeuvre from Le Crève-coeur to Le Fou d'Elsa. He drew his inspiration from love and the support for the communist cause. Aragon's life-long commitment to communism was providential and problematic - it p...
Introduction. Subnational democracies in training?
by looking at the differentiation processes that could characterise metropolitan and regional public action, it is difficult for young people to avoid questioning the challenges of democracy. However, the approach is complicated to take, not least because of the multiplicity of interpretations it su...
Educating creativity... an insinuated gamble?
‘titrebSummary’/titrebA 30-hour creative training module based on the group invention of a new product/concept has been tested in two engineering schools and one entrepreneurship school (Bac 4 level). An evaluation was carried out at the end of the training on the basis of questionnaires and quali...
Romain Rolland Revolution Theatre: the close and distant
National audience La Revolution is at the heart of a large number of pieces and performances, in France, Germany, the USSR and elsewhere, from the 16th to the 20th century. This book is intended to reflect on both the theatre writing of the revolution and the revolutions in theatre, which they make...
The metropolitan areas under construction. Institutional reform, socio-political mobilisations and controversy
The analysis of the new status of ‘metropolis’ introduced by the territorial reform of 16 December 2010 was carried out in an original way, looking at ways of committing to reform. To this end, it compares two plots of land (Marseille and Nice) where metropolis have received a mixed reception. The v...
25. The salt in Dieppe at the end of the Middle Ages. From a local resource to a royal tax
The salines of Bouteilles near Dieppe appeared even before the town on which they depend. Located on the edge of the river which fed them with salt water from the tidal, they provided the salt necessary for the conservation of fish caught in the vicinity. They were first used by the franc kidneys an...
Salt and society
The study of salt over the centuries since ancient times has been carried out through a multidisciplinary approach, where humans face salt for their health, related beliefs and the wealth they seem to provide. Salt is an essential mineral for human and animal life and health, it can be curative, but...
From the mirror to the other’s location. A henological doctrine of positions
The moral of belief in profits under
This article deals with a business morality that requires multinationals to respect the rules of justice, transparency and human rights in the countries where they establish themselves. This model renews the traditional conception of business ethics and the reasons for its spread relate to the trans...
Belief and space in the Alpine context: the Grisons, 17th and 18th centuries
The article looks at upland as a “practised place” through religious customs in an area in Eastern Switzerland in the 17th and 18th centuries. The mental use of mountains by local society operates against a background characterised by two general trends. On the one hand, the Borromean reform leads t...
A system of access and benefit-sharing without indigenous people or local communities or the omissions of French law for biodiversity recovery
Title V of the Biodiversity Recovery Act promulgated on August 08, 2016 aims to transpose the Nagoya Protocol and Regulation No 511/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 into national law. Rather than relying on the concept of indigenous and local community or even taki...