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The past and future challenges of imaginary
The concept of imaginary has been able to access a critical understanding when it has been possible to isolate discrete elements (called mythemes) in mythology by enabling analysis. Mythums form the basis of myths, matrices of human imagination. However, these myths do not have a status comparable t...
Philosophy of the Anthropocene : interpretations and epistemology
For several decades, part of the scientific community has observed and denounced the magnitude of the anthropogenic environmental change. A recent concept has emerged from these concerns, which crystallises the idea of a lasting planetary transformation: the Anthropocene, the proposal to define a ne...
Note for reading: Sociology of self-esteem. Hermeneutical test applied
Johann Michel, Self-Society. Applied hermeneutical test The work of Johann Michel, straddling philosophy and sociology, is built around a strong intellectual project: developing a “hermeneutical sociology” of human action using Paul Ricoeur in certain philosophical concepts. Reworked in a sociologic...
Statement by Marc Barbier (listen, INRAE): “Long end of “big sharing”, double hermeneutics and research issues on civic expertise”
Marc Barbier is research director at INRAE, at the Interdisciplinary Sciences Innovations Societies (lisis) Laboratoire interdisciplinary Sciences Innovations Societies (lisis). His research focuses on science and technology in agriculture, agronomy and life sciences. Several of its work focuses on...
Poétry and politic in Cesaire's work : contradictions, cohérence and overtaking
It is collectively admitted that the poetry and the political speech maintain problematic relations. Platon had disqualified the poet of the debate and the political sphere, the poet being then moved away by the language-instrument. After the war, watchwords aimed at motivating the poet or more gene...
Multi-paradigmatic bases of human training: Contributions of trans-personal, intercultural and spirituality paradigms for education in Brazil and France
The aim of this research is to analyse how transpersonal content and expressions of spirituality in the inter-cultural context between Brazil and France can broaden the understanding of the multidimensional human training process, in order to understand the dilemmas of conceptualisation and educatio...
Between history and truth: Paul Ricister and Michel Foucault: genealogy of the subject, hermeneutical and anthropology
Table of Honour of the Faculty of Higher and Post-doral Studies, 2014-2015 This thesis seeks, through the concepts of history and truth, to place two of the leading French philosophers contemporary in a position of dialogue: Paul Ricister and Michel Foucault. The assumption made is that the history...
Understand and not understand. Elements of hermeneutical philosophy
Troubled by the clair-obscur of the demon of Hazate
The agri-enological method, between reduction and hermeneutics
‘titrebSummary’/titrebNoOur study examines how the main directions of the agri-enological method, as introduced by Husserl and rescaled by Heidegger, are taken over or criticised by contemporary French ennology at the turn of the 20th century. As a first step, it is the role played by the reduction...
Tunisia and Egypt in the polls! Revolution or restoration of electoral sociology?
this article aims to reflect on how the 2011 and 2012 elections in Tunisia and Egypt can change our approaches to the Electoral Act. Against the background of political uncertainty, he questioned these elections ‘not like the others’ from two angles: it calls, first of all, not to confine itself to...
Can we write smoothly without the old ones? For a glimpse statement in ‘The moral paints’/emb of Pierre Le Moyne
The work of the image agreed by Pierre Le Moyne in his moral paints (1641-1643) favours an entirely original treatment of the ‘old galantry’. The Jésuite, using the philosophical model of the gallery and applying the hermeneutical system of Prisca Theologia and the humanist symbolic system to the my...
Meaning and interpretation For an introduction to hermeneutics
hermeneutical is the art of understanding and interpretation. It focuses primarily on texts and speeches whose meaning is not immediately obscured. It aims to reconstruct it and, to that end, develops a set of procedures. It is thus a reading method designed to establish a well-founded understanding...
Jean-Paul, Jean-Jacques’s reader: the hermeneutical approach to education
‘titrebSummary’/titleb Summary: Jean-Paul Richter’s pedagogy deserves to be reconsidered in the light of recent work on the genesis and development of hermeneutical thinking. Didier Moreau shows that she is involved in the project of universal hermeneutics, going beyond the German Romantism, because...
Potency of fragmentary writing and “vicious circle”
The author intends to show that Saussure’s fragmentary writing in manuscripts called “Twin essence of language” opens up a new space for reflection by questioning the claim of linear thinking attached to the theoretical structure of language science. Saussure finds itself in a “vicious circle” which...
Mysterion and sacramentum: sources, developments and perspectives
The notion of mysterion, as well as its Latin (sacramentum) and Syriac (raza) language correspondents, have established the theology and practices of the ancient Church in the field of exegesis, dogma, mystic, worship, preaching and catechsis. The aim of the seminar is to explore this concept, which...
Understanding in terms of hermeneutics. A legacy of Bultmann
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...
The problem of schizophrene in the bergsonism of Deleuze and Minkowski: from the chaosmic extension of me to its cosmic fate
If Bergson had a great influence on Deleuze, Deleuze in return informed contemporary bergsonism. Starting from the idea that the Deleuze bergsonism extends well beyond the themes expressly described as ‘bergsoniens’ by Deleuze, the study seeks to question that interpretative tradition by comparing i...
Hermeneutical and meta-physical.
An old translation of La Nouvelle Astrée ‘ad usum delphini’? The dual reading of the text
The great Roman cycle of Honoré d’Urfé L’Astrée, a major pastoral work in France, has undergone countless adaptations. An abbreviated version entitled The New Astrée, anonymous or attributed to the Abbé de Choisy, was published in Paris in 1712 and translated into Russian as early as 1789. If the Ne...
Physical hermeneutics: a new knowledge history
This article is a summary of the following thesis: Bruno Bachimont, tangible hermeneutical and Artéfacture: machinery that thinks about machinery that gives rise to thinking. Critical of Artificial Intelligence Formalities, PhD Theme in epistemology led by Jean Petitot, Polytechnic School, 24 May 19...
Epistemology and ontology of history
In La Mémoire, History, the Ybli, Paul Ricœur develops, respectively, in three parts: (1) memories, (2) epistemology of history and (3) hermeneutics of the historical condition. The analysis to be read deliberately focuses on the second part of the survey, but raises the question of its analytical c...
Structured and unstructured misunderstandings
Misunderstandings are not only the foundation of social and cultural anthropology but also a necessity in human communication. This article stresses the productive and creative aspects of misunderstanding. In particular, and in complementation to hermeneutic approaches, it stresses the expansive soc...
Charles Taylor and the thesis of ‘more subtils’
The thesis of ‘subtler languages’ is one of the cornerstones of Charles Taylor’s hermeneutical philosophy and places us at the intersection of what it characterises after Isaiah Berlin as the 18th century ‘espressivist’ (Herder, Hamann, Humboldt) and the ontological turn of contemporary hermeneutics...