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Mot-clé : Les carrefours du labyrinthe Cornelius Castoriadis_x
Source: ORBi : Univ. Liège

Analyse structurale et syntagmatique des institutions politiques

Verjans, Pierre (2006)

L'analyse d'un système politique peut s'effectuer à l'aide d'une grille d'analyse structurale croisant les idées, les communications d'un côté et les intérêts, les actions de l'autre, ces matrices donnant forme à des institutions politiques. Dès lors, la question politique fondamentale ...

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Source: HAL

Teaching is an art in Waldorf curriculum draft

Ramirez, Miriam Yolanda (12 déc. 2006)

This thesis shows that, in instructional situations, it is possible to discover an axis of meanings which has been seldom studied up to now, that is, the artistic dimension in teaching.First, concepts linked with teaching are developped such as, curriculum, pedagogy, instruction, didactics. ...

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Source: HAL

Ivan Illich (1926-2002) : the convivial city

Grunig Iribarren, Silvia (26 avr. 2013)

In his work, Ivan Illich (1926-2002) makes a radical critique of “institutions” (the Church, schools, hospitals, transport, machines, etc.), alleging that at some stage in their development they become all counterproductive. Can these analyses be transposed to the urban domain? If so, how can ...

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Source: HAL

The psychic, linguistic and institutional bases of voluntary servitude

Jouvenceau, Nicolas (18 nov. 2011)

How and why can one be brought to renounce one’s freedom while partaking in one’s ownservitude — to a tyrant, a party, a nation, a system...? Such has been the enigma left by La Boétiesince his Discourse on Voluntary Servitude. This dissertation aims at exploring the psychic,linguistic and ...

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Source: ORBi : Univ. Liège

Economie et formation des Humanités: quelle politique?

Janvier, Antoine (mai 2013)

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Source: HAL

Pratolino: The Garden as Representation of Nature in Italy, 1550-1600

Brunon, Hervé (12 mars 2001)

Edition revue et corrigée, avec une postface bibliographique (2008) The present work considers the Italian garden during the second half of the sixteenth century as a foil for the relationship between humankind and nature and as an expression of cultural and social representations. The central ...

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Political society against civil society, from 1970's since today. A french democratic paradox

Bomberger, Estelle (29 nov. 2013)

Partout où l'homme est libre, il se croit dans les fers. Tel est le paradoxe démocratique qui ouvre à l'individu moderne un espace important de liberté, tout en lui conférant en parallèle le sentiment d'en être privé. A la séparation traditionnelle des pouvoirs, se superpose désormais ...

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Source: HAL

Analyse critique des fondements de l'attribution des moyens destinés à la politique de discrimination positive en matière d'enseignement en Communauté française de Belgique

Demeuse, Marc (20 juin 2002)

L'analyse à laquelle nous nous livrerons porte sur les fondements de l'attribution des moyens destinés à la politique de discrimination positive en matière d'enseignement en Communauté française de Belgique. Nous tenterons de répondre à une question principale, que nous pourrions formuler de ...

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Source: HAL

Computer graphics, 3D models and monumental heritage : space of representation, space of mediation

Fèvres, Jessica (15 juin 2012)

This thesis raises the issue of the use of infographic techniques and synthetic imagery to represent vestiges of the past, in particular archaeological and architectural heritage. Our approach is multidisciplinary. Since infographic systems belong to the category of media-related and cultural ...

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Free Software as Utopia. The Building of Social Change Projects in Relation to the Free Software Movement.

Broca, Sebastien (12 janv. 2012)

The social significance acquired by free software has led to the constitution of a utopia, which is part of contemporary political imaginaries. Its scope now reaches far beyond the sociocultural environment where it was born (the hacker world) : the principles of open source have appealed to many, ...

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