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Une genèse politique de l’antéprédicatif ? Retour sur voile d’ignorance de John Rawls. Peer review

Philippe Rozin | 10.10.2019

In this paper we propose to examine the idea of the veil of ignorance developed in John Rawls’s Theory of Justice. Rawls has shown a particular interest in the notion of denial of interest, or social unconsciousness, largely at the base of the veil of ignorance. While the veil of ignorance tends to eliminate sources of disagreement reflecting self-interest, the extension of justice in the social development of individuals in time is far from being completely elucidated. We discuss [...]

Connaissances, attachements et écologies de l’enquête dans la rénovation urbaine. Peer review

Bianca Botea | 03.10.2019

Cet article est une réflexion à partir d’une enquête de terrain anthropologique réalisée dans le quartier en rénovation urbaine de la Duchère, à Lyon. Il tente de placer les processus de connaissance et autres résultats de cette recherche dans les environnements d’enquête d’où ils ont émergé et dans les relations de familiarité et d’attachement instaurées au sein d’eux. Ce détour par les expériences de connaissance est une occasion de revenir sur la nature du travail scientifique en contexte de [...]

Quand la biogéographie métagénomique reconfigure les spatialités. Peer review

Sonia Dheur et Sven Saupe | 27.09.2019

Metagenomics, also termed environmental genomics, is a recently developed technique aiming at the global characterization of the ensemble of DNAs present at a given site. As such, it gradually establishes itself as a novel form of spatial metrology and as a quantitative and qualitative measure of the DNA content of a portion of space (taken in turn as an indicator of the community of human and non-human life forms present at the sampled site). It is currently being applied [...]

Empowerment.

Notion du glossaire relatif à la recherche INEDUC.

INEDUC et Mickaël Le Mentec | 19.09.2019

De janvier 2012 à octobre 2015, l’Unité Mixte de Recherche CNRS 6590 « Espaces et Sociétés » (ESO), le Centre d’Études et de Recherches sur les Qualifications (CEREQ) accompagné de la Plateforme Universitaire des Données de Caen (PUDC), le Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique Môle Armoricain de Recherche sur la SOciété de l’Information et les Usages d’INternet (M@rsouin), le [...]

Vers un nouveau « régime de consommation » ?

Daumas, Jean-Claude. 2018. La révolution matérielle. Une histoire de la consommation. France, XIXe-XXIe siècle. Paris : Flammarion.

Corinne Delmas | 06.09.2019

What is consumption ? How to write its history ? Who consumes what in France ? In what way ? Can we speak of a vast democratization movement ? La révolution matérielle. Une histoire de la consommation deals with all these questions. Jean-Claude Daumas gives us an epic account covering three centuries of national, economic, social and also material history. Distinguishing five periods, he evokes the evolution of the "world of goods" and their consumption from the middle of [...]

« Vous prenez quoi en photo là ? » Peer review

Une approche du quotidien de la rénovation urbaine.

Maïlys Toussaint | 23.08.2019

What can be done when the researcher notices that her methodology of investigation does not apply well to the studied neighborhood ? This research takes place in the Villeneuve of Grenoble, a large neighborhood created as a new center of Grenoble during the 70’s by a pluridisciplinary agency of urbanism and architecture named AUA (Atelier d’Urbanisme et d’Architecture). This urban project, significantly conceived like a social and physical utopia, has become an atypical and complex neighborhood, with its qualities [...]

La lutte pour l’instauration de nouvelles normes corporelles. Peer review

Le cas des mouvements naturistes en France (du 19e siècle aux années 30).

Sylvain Villaret | 15.08.2019

Naturism is based on the practice of collective nudity. That’s why it has long appeared to be part of a deviance, of an abnormality. In the 19th century, as in the beginning of the 20th century, the pioneers of naturism are aware of transgressing social norms, with the judicial risks involved. From these remarks, we will examine, from an historical perspective, the factors that determined the emergence of these bodily practices deemed deviant, but also their diffusion and their [...]

Revisiter le renouvellement urbain et sa fabrique temporelle. Peer review

Un nouvel espace de connaissance de la rénovation de l’habitat social ?

Sophie Némoz | 09.08.2019

The paper questions the everyday life of an urban area whose renewal is part of a project to achieve a « sustainable habitat ». This empirical research has a double purpose. On the one hand, it is a matter of restoring the worlds experienced by the inhabitants and professionals as the lifetime of the so-called and qualified housing. On the other hand, we aim to open up the debate on what the researcher produces through the repeated presence on [...]

Self-Recognition in Data Visualization. Peer review

How Individuals See Themselves in Visual Representations.

Dario Rodighiero et Loup Cellard | 08.08.2019

This article explores how readers recognize their personal identities represented through data visualizations. The recognition is investigated starting from three definitions captured by the philosopher Paul Ricœur : the identification with the visualization, the recognition of someone in the visualization, and the mutual recognition that happens between readers. Whereas these notions were initially applied to study the role of the book reader, two further concepts complete the shift to data visualization : the digital identity stays for the present-day [...]

Gigantomachie autour de l’universel.

La pensée occidentale à l’épreuve de la critique décoloniale.

François Warin | 01.08.2019

En quête d’Afrique(s). The difference highlighted by the alternative naming of the African continent as "Africa" or "Africas" – singular or plural – announces the depth of the dispute between our two authors : the philosopher and the anthropologist, the Black and the White, the African and the « Jew »… and sheds light on the extent to which universalism needs to be reinvented. In a sort of a gigantomachy around the matter of universalism, SBD and JLA dialogue [...]