Query : déconstruction
- Traimond, Bernard3
- Bernard, Michel2
- Boittin, Régis2
- Boualem Kadri2
- Cabannes, Hervé2
- Castaing, Anne2
- Dumont, Stéphanie2
- Gallardo, Laurent2
- Gruszka, Sarah2
- Jandin, Pierre-Philippe2
- Jean-Phariste Pharicien2
- Libera, Alain de2
- Maria Bondarenko2
- Acquier, Françoise1
- Adam, Christophe1
- Adjoi - Obengui, Guy Donald1
- Adrián E. Beling1
- Agnès, Jean1
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Mireille Calle-Gruber, Jacques Derrida, the generous distance
In questo volume, impreziosito da due disegni di Valerio Adami, Mireille Calle-Gruber, da scrittrice oltre che da studiosa, delinea alcuni percorsi nell’opera di Derrida in quanto aperta alla «nécessaire défaillance et au non-savoir», attraversata dal «tremblement» cui corrisponde «l’ébranlement de...
The revision of an orientalist to a reoriented image : Arab women in The Algerian Quartet by Assia Djebar
This thesis focuses on the work of Assis Djebar, one of the greatest representatives of Francophone Maghreb literature. It draws on numerous works on this literature already published by modifying their approach and adding a personal perspective to show how this postcolonial writer renews the repres...
Practice, depth, radicality
Miguel Benasayag is Argentinian and lives in Paris. He was interested in new forms of radicality, alternatives, and thought that women, especially feminism, were at the heart of the deconstruction of capitalist societies in which we live. In his book ‘Parcours’, Miguel Benasayag wrote that ‘feminism...
Donc, first, get to see, and even impose a vision of what we prefer not to see, put to bare, humiliate the icons, undo and sow statues. Ponge, in 1930, written in ‘The Law and Propphetes’: The statues will pick up in the city one day with a tissue stick between the thighs. Women will then take their...
Montesquieu’s representations of the people
The sociological and political questions raised by Montesquieu’s texts integrate the figure of the people as an important element on which the philosopher’s reflection is based. The people become thus an object of discourse crossed by a permanent ambivalence. It sometimes refers to a human group gat...
Structure and image in El laberint of loneliness
This study of the Peace Book poses the generic problem of the trial to try to find out how the formal ambiguity of the text engenders and authorises different readings. After analysing the structure of the book, I am reflecting on the symbols and central metaphors that give unity and complexity to t...
Call for “negative knowledge” communications — 21/23 November 2018
The call for communication is open: for more information, click here Proposals for communications to be sent by 31 May 2018 at the latest. The advent of Modernity was accompanied by a radical criticism of traditional metaphysics. Since the Enlightenment (particularly French) and even more so with Ni...
Construction and deconstruction of history (of France)
The development of disciplinary programmes has always been the source of discussions, criticism and theft of green wood. At the start of 2012, this was the teaching of histore-geography in the collimator... of Figaro and the historians close to him. The October Figaro History tells us all “The truth...
Building, deconstructing and reinventing the welfare state
The welfare state is a concept that is still under discussion. In a crisis in the 70s, which was evident by neo-liberal tendencies, it was revived in forms which seemed to minimise the intrinsic role of the State (active social state) or to attenuate its strictly social dimension (social-ecological...
Africa in the world, the world from Africa : crossover studies of the works of Alain Mabanckou, Achille Mbembe, Léonora Miano, Célestin Monga and and Fatou Diome
How can we consider ourselves African in the twenty-first century when we are both the heirs of a disguised history and willing to go beyond the stereotyped imaginaries inherited from it? This question suggests that the colonial inheritance, precisely the "Negro reason", which is composed of two dis...
Boys don’t cry! The costs of male domination
"This book analyses “masculinist” narratives, such as in certain organisations of divorced fathers. On the scientific side, the challenge is clear: the aim is to continue the work of deconstructing male domination by showing that it is not natural. It involves investment and costs, not only for wome...
Call for contributions: The city: identity (s), exchanges and aesthetic territories. Latin America — Africa — Asia, Paris: 22-23 June 2010.Deadline 15 March 2010
Published on Wednesday 06 January 2010 on Calenda Ouvert to all fields of humanities, this symposium is dedicated to cities in emerging countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia. It will be about confronting the eyes of the inhabitant, the artist and the architect against the contemporary city, wh...
Music and counter-cultures in Italy: the Napitan scene
The Napitan song is recognised as one of the most important repertoires of songs in the world and as one of the very first examples of popular music. However, in the 1960s when the young Napitan musicians tried to absorb and develop counter-cultural trends throughout Italy at that time, such a reper...
Between scientific and fiction stories: the speech on the ‘black country’ in accompanying visitors to the mining sites
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe communication questions the role of the accompanying guideist’s speech in constructing the public’s representation of these places of collective memory, as well as various cultural means of interpreting a heritage that is intended to be made alive. It is about understanding...
Scales and postures of administrative reforms in Africa Echelles and postures of administrative reforms in Africa: The case of Congo Brazzaville
International audience Les réformes territoriales et administratives des années 1990 s’inscrivent en Afrique dans un processus de déconstruction/réorganisation de l’État central. Elles soulèvent de manière générale la question de la démocratisation et de la décentralisation comme point focal. Le pro...
Say the standard: Law, politics and statement
Western democracies, at a time when they have undeniable legitimacy on the international stage, revisit the political and legal models they have produced. Is this crisis in our liberal democracies a sign of a more fundamental modern reason? This is suggested by contemporary debates on politics and l...
Democracy, redistributive conflicts and social protection reform in Brazil [translated from Portuguese (Brazil) by S. Souchaud]
This article analyses the trajectory of social protection policies in Brazil over the last three decades. The adoption by the Constitution of a universal and redistributive model has made it possible to strengthen social security, driven by a social demand for greater equality, which has found an in...
Denunciation and recovery of the stereotype in Jardiel Ponce’s Roman work
based on an aesthetic of repetition or even perpetual resonance, popular mass literature is a form of ready-to-read for a reader considered primarily as a consumer. Within this production, the novel of love appears to be a particularly codified gender, organised around recurring motives and stereoty...
Support of HDR: Mr Ghouirgate, The Almohades after 1269: construction and deconstruction of a historical object “, Paris, 7 December 2019
The supportance of Habilitation in Diriger les recherches by Mehdi Ghouirgate (MCF, Bordeaux-Montaigne) entitled” Les Almohades after 1269: construction and deconstruction of a historical object "will take place on Saturday 7 December 2019 in Paris. COMPOSITION OF THE SELECTION BOARD: Pascal Buresi...
What gender norms do to the bodies/What trans do with gender norms
While psychiatry is engaged in deconstructing its own category of “transsexual”, this article questions the ability of sociology to report on the trans issue in a non-medical manner. In contrast to approaches that consider trans practices as a transgression of the anthropological norm of gender diff...
Essay on an art-sicences complementarity : "second interactivity", from deconstruction to evolution
This manuscript presents, in a duality form, a progression of Art and Sciences, in a historically, conceptually, and practical standpoint as well. From a theorical thought, a second interactivity artwork has been created: Mélancolie des étoiles, in cooperation with Edwige Armand, PhD graduate in art...
Mastery or soft?
‘hair defeat’, daughters of Zeus and Mnémosyne, ‘the Muses enjoy festive and singing joy’. Their absence, painfully felt by Du Bellay, is an inspiring crisis. Claudel was able to recreate them by writing the poem of their ‘orchestral jubilation’, while one of them became the character of a theatre d...
Dialectics, science and induction: the Aristothecian search for truth
The interest of this memory in the methodology of the Aristothecian truth research confines it to a precise examination of the preliminary stages of that research, with the aim of overcoming an overly simplified understanding of the opposition between science and opinion in Aristote. Based on a pres...
5. Metaphor, metaphysics, myth, etc. (1987)
metaphor and concept In general, the interest in metaphor in philosophy evolves in the context of a crisis of more positive gnoseological perspectives. To say that metaphors have a emotional role, or even that the concept is only metaphor, means mitigating the weight of mathematical models and uniqu...
Publishing Michel d’Amboise
The third day of study on the edition of Michel d’Amboise’s works will take place on Wednesday 6 June 2018 in Rouen. Download the programme. Programme of Matin Day 9: 30: Welcome and introduction of day 9: 45-10: 15: Guillaume Dinket (Rouen Normandie): “Michel d’Amboise, Poète-Architect: constructio...