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« Je monte, je valide » : les machines nous parlent et parlent à notre place. Faut-il s’orienter autrement ? I get on board and validate my ticket

Diane Morgan, School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, U.K. findlm leeds.ac.uk/ DianeMorgan1 orange.fr Vous trouverez la version anglaise à la fin de cet article. Au moins en région parisienne, les (...)

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From crowd to collective body

In the dictionary, the first meaning of the French word « foule » (crowd) refers to the action of « fouler » (to tread), which signifies to « compress and squeeze something by means of pressing repeatedly with the hands, feet or mechanically »1. La (...)

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« Je monte, je valide » : les machines nous parlent et parlent à notre place. Faut-il s’orienter autrement ?

Diane Morgan, School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, U.K. findlm leeds.ac.uk/ DianeMorgan1 orange.fr . Au moins en région parisienne, les autobus de la RATP nous parlent et parlent à notre place. Ils (...)

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Biopolitique du diagnostic clinique dans l’enfance

VERSION ESPAGNOLE : VERSION FRANÇAISE : In this presentation, I wanted to describe my work as a psychologist in the school counseling schools and tried to question our clinical practice from the perspective of institutional psychotherapy (...)

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The Death of One’s Own : The Sovereignty at its Limit

While stating in plain words that modern politics is characterized by the irreducible indistinction of the realm of bare life and that of the political, Girogio Agamben in a rather less conspicuous passage in this introduction for his book Homo (...)

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Conférence de Fatos LUBONJA

Conférence de Fatos LUBONJA , écrivain et essayiste albanais, lauréat du Prix International Alberto Moravia (2002), et du Herder Prize for Literature (2004) Fatos Lubonja est l’auteur de Second Sentence : Inside the Albanian Gulag Prison camps in (...)

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The use of physical images in art as part of political indoctrination

The politicized art and the politic aestheticized had created what could be called a beautiful illusion, a complete lie. Art was made part of the politic, but not in the sense to smooth it, but in the sense of using it as a tool. A large part (...)

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Liria si raport mes tupit dhe mendjes. Freedom as a relation between body and mind

Metafizika transcedentale e Kantit qëndron në dallimin e qartë mes botës fenomenale (phenomena) dhe botës inteligjibile (noumena). Esenca e njeriut në filozofinë e tij nuk i përket as të parës e as të dytës, si të vetme, por gjendet në raportin mes tyre. (...)

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La chair des mots – Exploring Rancière’s thinking of the body

To understand the political uses of bodies it seems necessary to think of the basic relation between words and things. Political questions cannot be set apart from epistemological questions. Not following Foucault, but Rancière, we would like to (...)

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The political function of humanism

In this paper I’ll try to apply the political function of humanism through a constructivist perspective. This approach will be treated starting from an initial difference of the concept of Being, which shifts in the opposition between “Being in (...)

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A propos de "Les usages politiques du corps". Université d’été du 25 au 30 aout 2014 en Albanie.
New ethnic identifications are not created out of nowhere nor are they natural appearances of historic roots but usually follow a certain strategy which fulfills certain needs. One of the needs can be the avoidance of racist stereotypes. This is the case with Egyptians and Ashkali who try to (...)
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