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The Instagram globe-trotters: contemporary representation (s) of the trip
This research work focuses on studying the representations of the journey put into circulation via the Instagram device by a group of users — which we simply define as a globe-trotters whose passion and practice from the other side are laid down as communal denominators. The study of the process of...
Market dynamics : legitimacy issues between two market categories, mainstream fashion and plus size fashion
By studying fashion market, this research aims to analyze legitimacy issues existing between two market categories: the primary market of mainstream fashion and the secondary market of plus size fashion. Through the lens of the Consumer Culture Theory (CCT), we observe dynamics based on practices an...
1993, the year 01 for the port community of Nantes — Saint-Nazaire?
introduction on 10 July 1992, the CGT trade union of the Nantes dockers is delivering weapons. In opposition, like his national federation, to the reform of the dockers’ statute, he took part in all strikes which disrupted most French ports for a six-month period. However, it is the first to sign a...
La satire des sciences dans Observations upon Experimental Philosophy et The Blazing World (1666) de Margaret Cavendish
Ignoring the satire of learned women, a topos of classical drama at the end of the 17th century, Magaret Cavendish published several treatises of natural philosophy between 1653 and 1668. This article aims at reversing the topos to show how a woman could use the linguistic strategies of satire. Focu...
Paradox of Autonomy
How is it possible for an adolescent to become autonomous in spite of the necessity to introject some qualities of the others (parents, teachers and so on).
Migration, circulation and hybridisation of ideas. Warburg’s iconology in KLebansky
The assumption here is that KLebansky is an “iconologist of concepts” (rather than just a historian of ideas). This exploratory hypothesis is of dual interest. First, it makes it possible to overcome the overly frontal opposition from the word and image, which are undeniably different symbolic entit...
Orienting the finger opposition space during prehension movements.
International audience Two experiments are reported that examined the act of prehension when subjects were asked to grasp with their thumb and index finger pads an elongated object resting horizontally on a surface and placed at different orientations with respect to the subject. In Experiment 1, th...
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...
Modeling the emergence of expertise and its governance in innovative organizations : from communities to proto-epistemic societies of experts
In science-based industries, the pace of innovation is characterized by accelerated renewal of products and the destabilization of dominant designs. In this context of intensive innovation, industrial organizations have to develop new breakthrough innovation capabilities to organize the emergence of...
Competing visions for the Toronto waterfront: A content analysis of the Island Airport expansion debate
In April, 2013, Porter Airlines proposed expanding Toronto’s downtown Island Airport and introducing jets to allow for long-haul flights. Growth plans have been met with a mixture of support and opposition from Toronto residents. Given the important relationship the media has with public understandi...
Dissent and violence: from the outbreak of violence to its rejection
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...
The precautionary principle: a ‘new’ nature report
The precautionary principle reveals a major change in the relationship between man and nature, which is now perceived as an end rather than a medium. We have moved from a dominant historical relationship — dominated by a relationship of interdependence, where nature has become an objective of human...
The opposition to imperial power in the political theory of former Russia
Summary Why do the important political texts of the former Russia adopt a moralising tone? Why are they so often fragmentary, unfinished? Why do we not find some key ideas in the political thinking of the tsar empire present in almost all the monarchies of Europe, and sometimes these particularities...
Portrait of the artist as an idiot : idiocy in the works of Jerome Charyn
The figure of the idiot provides a key to Charyn’s imaginary landscape. The recurrence of the motif does not mean, however, that it is immediately intelligible. Charyn’s idiocy is, indeed, multifaceted and originates in an essentially personal vision. Despite undeniable intertextual references – Cha...
Heritage and commemorations in liberal Italy: genealogy of the 1911 regional exhibition in Rome
Based on a comparative approach, this article aims to analyse the architecture produced for the regional exhibition held in Rome in 1911 (as part of the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Italy), in the light of the political pedagogy initiated by the government during t...
Appellationen am Großen Rat von Mecheln. Beiträge zur Rechtsgeschichte Österreichs|Beiträge zur Rechtsgeschichte Österreichs Band 1 / 2013|
Der Große Rat entstand im 15. Jahrhundert nicht nur als ein Appellationsgericht, sondern er verfügte auch über eine vielseitige erstinstanzliche Zuständigkeit. Darüber hinaus gab es verschiedene andere Rechtsmittel, durch welche man eine Rechtssache vor den Rat bringen konnte (z. B. Opposition, Refo...
The effects of the Fukushima disaster on nuclear energy debates and policies: a two-step comparative examination
International audience Under what conditions do critical events trigger large-scale public discussion and mobilisation, and can these lead to policy change? In a comparative study of nuclear energy policy after the Japanese Fukushima disaster in March 2011, a theory-development approach is adopted,...
Opposition Work/non-work: what is relevant?
Irreverenter dicta: the opposition to Agustín in Spanish jesuitas (1644)
This article deals with the singular fortune of a list of offensive propositions against san Agustín which were attributed to Spanish Jesuan theologists and who circulate across Europe in the 1640s. The origins of these proposals are acalorous statements made by Juan Schinckels, statements which Jua...
L’ambiguïté formelle est dans l’œuvre de Wim Delvoye ce que les jeux de langage sont dans celle de Marcel Duchamp. Elle permet de glisser d’un pôle à l’autre de la contradiction, d’éviter la fermeture du sens, tout en jouissant des privilèges de la provocation qui vend. Cette posture, très postmoder...
Food in the lives of Paris and Chicago Residents
The dissertation’s topic is the creation of quotidian judgements and practices related to food, amid the enduring social and spatial stratification of everyday life. The sites are two large and diverse cities: Paris and Chicago. The method is ethnographic and contextual. Chapter 1 documents the diet...
The defence of the spirit of laws and the “humanities”
National hearing The document analyses Montesquieu’s views on religion and its social utility in the defence of the Esprit des Lois. What is it about humanely speaking about human things? What is Montesquieu’s epistemological purpose when defending the right of a ‘political writer’ to speak of relig...
The Caribbean's antiworld, in-between the americas and the world
We have been dealing with the geographer Roger Brunet called "antiworld" in the late 1980's. We re-defined it as the spaces of derogation (free trade zones, tax havens, etc.), informal (slum, etc.) and illegal activities (illicit drugs networks, prostitution, undocumented migrations, etc.). In the C...
The slow death of the national movement in Morocco
Yearbook of North Africa