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Genesis 103, June 2016
DOSSIER: Excellent body Introduction Manuel Schotté, p. 3 “Mountaineering is something more than a sport”. The Ethics of Alpinism in Victorian England Delphine Moraldo, p. 7 The invention of the ‘best French workers’ competition (1920-1930) Stéphane Lembré, p. 29 Georges Carpentier, birth of a sport...
Power, control and resistance within worker co-operatives : an ethnography of a co-operative factory
My study focuses on questions of power, control and resistance within worker co-operatives. In a first part, I analyse a situation involving interactions between representatives of the co-operative movement so as to show the role played by critique in their understanding of their pluralistic environ...
Wolf and moon: Illustrated album
[ES] Example albums dealing with psychological issues are part of a well-established trend today, either as a type of multimedia manifestation responding to tastes, interests and perceptions in children and young people, or by conveying short and intense messages through a combination enriched by te...
Baudelaire Mau Vidraceiro
A obra teórica e poética de Baudelaire se debruça diversas vezes sobre a questão da representação, ora criticando o realismo "pedreiro", ora caricaturizando o romantismo mais edulcorado. No Spleen de Paris: pequenos poemas em prosa, tal discussão assume uma configuração até mesmo ética, quando, n' "...
Biotechnology: when ethical discomfort becomes a worrying reality
Biotechnologies are in a critical phase at present. Progress in medically assisted procreation (PMA) and genetic engineering (CRISPR-cas9 in particular) has long been theorised, but reality is now catching up with the fiction of giant. The Genetic Assises, which will take place in Tours between 21 a...
Rickert On Historical Sciences: A Critical Appraisal
In this talk I discuss a significant objection that has been raised against the view of historical sciences held by Heinrich Rickert: the accusation of “fruitless formalism”. This accusation has been expressed by a large number of thinkers, including for instance Wilhelm Wundt, Edmund Husserl, Max F...
Playing with Frameworks: Scam and Quarrel in Videogames
International audience Playing with Frameworks: Scam and Quarrel in Videogames Abstract This investigation characterizes the framing operations, as described by Goffman, in order to accurately document the scams suffered during commercial exchanges of virtual objects within an online game. The chall...
Ethics and Environment at the dawn of the 21st century: does the ecological crisis imply a new environmental ethics?
Gilles Declercq, densities of seduction: Elmire between honesty and liberation in Libertinism and Literature in Seventeenth-Century France. Acts of the Vancouver Colloquium, The University of British Columbia, 28-30 September 2006
Questo saggio di Gilles declercq offre una rinnovata lettura del Tartuffe, approfondendone la dimensione libertina. Come noto, il personaggio di Orgon e la sua credulità sono stati indagati come indizio di libertinismo ideologico, come pure la manipolazione, esplicita e visibile, operata dal falso d...
Lobbyism, ethics and municipalities
The implementation of the Law on Transparency and Ethics in Lobbyism provides a good case for reflection on ethics in municipal settings. This law, which applies throughout the municipalities of Quebec since July 2005, states that it is in the public interest to know who seeks to influence decisions...
Fontenelle: playing and philosophsopher
As Leibniz’s interlocutor, as Pascal’s sounding (and controversy) reader, and as a distant heir of Épicure, Fontenelle has every reason not to ignore the moral and philosophical importance of the game. Indeed, Fontenelle’s thinking meets the issue of gambling in various ways. In a literal sense, Fon...
Publication: The Ethics of Education
PRAIRAT Eirick (ed.). The ethics of education. Personal, professional and institutional issues. Nancy: Academic presses in Nancy, 2014, 186 p. Educational ethics specialists have become accustomed to meeting the Education and Training Network (REF) for almost a decade now. They had the opportunity t...
New challenge on "Law and Literature"!
Dear students, our last guest speaker, Dr. Alessio Baldini, has prepared for you a very interesting exercise! Add your comments below as usual. "Read the following article written by the acclaimed contemporary English novelist Ian MacEwan. Here, MacEwan talks about his conception of the relationship...
Book : Shirin Naef, Kinship, law and religion
Shirin Naef Kinship, law and religion. An anthropological study of assisted reproductive technologies in Iran Francke Verlag: Tübingen Tübinger Studien zur Ethik - Tübingen Studies in Ethics, 7 ISBN : 978-3-7720-8616-8 Since the first IVF birth in 1990, the Iranian medical community has not only giv...
Practicing Human Dignity: Ethical Lessons from Commedia dell’Arte and Theater
International audience The paper considers two main cases of how the creative arts can inform a greater appreciation of human dignity. The first case explores a form of theater, Commedia dell’Arte that has deep roots in Italian culture. The second recounts a set of theater exercises done with very m...
First inter-university days, "Ethics, Philoophia, Psychanalysis: the question of standards ", 3-4 December 2010, Necker-Paris 1
Ethics issues are at the centre of contemporary reflections and require cross-sectional and transdisciplinary approaches, especially since ethics itself has become an issue in today’s world. It is not a question of applying pre-existing theories, but of carrying out contextual thinking on the proces...
For a story of the idea of tolerance from the 17th to the 17th century
The very heart of human rights is a fundamental right: freedom of conscience, the corollary of which is necessary tolerance. We will try to outline the progress of this ideal — from the 19th to the 17th century from Nicolas de Cues to Locke — not in an idealistic and abstract way, but by showing how...
The function of the ecclesial magist in morals
The function of the Catholic magistère in morals poses a particularly serious problem: what exactly does this function consist of, how to do it, what competence does the magistère have to interpret natural law, what voice should be given to believers and what role do they play in the development of...
Questions on B. Timmermans: “Philosophical history of algae”
The Gypsies under the Former Regime
Originaries of Northeast India, which they left in successive waves from the 19th century before our era until the 8th century after Jews Christ, the Gypsies appeared in Eastern Europe in the 14th century. Three centuries later, the first bands became Western Europe. In the first decades, these stra...
Appel à contributions/Call for papers : Naturalism in today's philosophy
The gradual naturalizing process in every field of knowledge has now become a sort of watchword. Over the last forty years, more and more enterprises have been launched, such as the naturalizing of epistemology and language, of ethics, phenomenology, sociology or psychoanylisis. The transient enthus...
Urban projects of Tokyo and urban projects of Paris : comparative study of urbanism in France and Japan
Paris and Tokyo are; two world capitals which attract tourists, students, artists and foreign investors. To face their competitors, these two big cities are starting several urban planning projects. In Paris, as in Tokyo, construction takes place in several districts. However, the procedures for est...
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...
Anonymising the interviewees
National hearing Necessity of ethics to preserve the anonymity of the interviewees, anonymisation is also an operation that can have a sociological meaning. To regard it as something other than a mere technical operation makes it possible to enrich the analysis and give sociological evidence to its...
Comptes rendus de : Alex VOORHOEVE: Conversations on ethics, Oxford, 2009, Oxford University Press, 259 pages : Scholars interviewed: Frances Kamm, Peter Singer, Daniel Kahneman, Philippa Foot, Alaisdair MacIntyre, Ken Binmore, Allan Gibbard, T.M. Scanlon, Bernard Williams, Harry Frankfurt and David...