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La sémiotique : un état des lieux

Dans cet entretien, Paul BOUISSAC exprime son scepticisme vis-à-vis des différentes écoles sémiotiques, notamment par rapport à l'école greimassienne dont il est issu, insistant en particulier sur son système de fonctionnement en vase clos. Il évoque également de façon critique l'héritage saussurien, aborde la question de la mémétique ainsi que celle du cirque, thèmes traités à travers un bon nombre de ses ouvrages. Pour en savoir plus, vous pouvez visiter sa page web.Paul BOUISSAC est professeur émérite de l'université de Toronto, Canada. Il est fondateur et éditeur en chef de l' Open Semiotics Resource Center dont le ...
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Semiotics of Music and Mediation

The seminars are organized by the Finnish Network University of Semiotics and International Semiotics Institute (ISI) at Imatra. The director of the Summer School, the Finnish Network University of Semiotics, and the ISI is Professor Eero Tarasti, and the summer school is funded by the European Social Fund and State Provincial Office of Southern Finland. You can visit the International Semiotics Institute website.
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How Semiotics unifies Human Knowledge

Dr. Solomon MARCUS is a member of the Mathematical Section of the Romanian Academy and Emeritus Professor of the University of Bucarest. His publications have been in the field of mathematical analysis, mathematical and computational linguistics, computer science, poetics, linguistics, semiotics, philosophy and history of science, education, relations between science, humanities, philosophy and religion. He has published 40 books, 400 research papers and several hundreds of papers on various cultural topics of general interest.
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Urbino e la storia della semiotica

In questa intervista Pino Paioni descrive l'ambiente semiotico europeo sul finire degli anni sessanta e racconta la nascita e le caratteristiche del Centro di Semiotica di Urbino. Uno spazio in cui si incontrano importanti studiosi di semiotica, linguistica ma anche antropologia: da Algirdas J. Greimas a Claude Lévi-Strauss. Il centro diviene il luogo di costituzione della prima generazione di semiotici e della formazione delle generazioni successive. La storia della semiotica si intreccia, in questa intervista, con le storie e gli aneddoti che riguardano studiosi come Roland Barthes, Jurij Lotman, Michel de Certau.Pino PAIONI è Direttore del "Centro Internazionale di ...
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La semiotica tra rigore scientifico, analisi testuale e creazione pittorica

Questa intervista a Jacques Geninasca è fatta di racconti di un percorso virtuoso tra semiotica e arte, definizioni dei punti chiave della sua teoria, esempi di analisi, prospettive di ricerca, critiche teoriche, ammonimenti al rigore. Si tratta dunque di fili che vengono riannodati, ma anche della presentazione di una ricerca viva e volta al futuro, di un invito alla ricerca. Tra i temi trattati: questioni di metodo, concetti della semiotica greimasiana, la "semiotica modulare" di Geninasca e la differenza da quella greimasiana, la spazialità, la relazione tra creazione pittorica e analisi letteraria, l'interdisciplinarità.Jacques GENINASCA, semiologo e artista, è uno studioso ...
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The Definition of Morality

Debates about the definition of ‘moral judgment’ and ‘moral rule’ have a venerable history in philosophy. In addition to debating the merits of various proposed definitions, philosophers have also disagreed about what the definition is supposed to do: What counts as getting the definition right? One proposal is that moral rules or moral judgments are a psychological natural kind, and that the correct definition should specify the essential features of this kind. Recently, a number of philosophers and psychologists have suggested that research using the moral / conventional task, first introduced by Elliot Turiel, has uncovered some of the essential ...
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The Persistence of Moral Disagreement

Moral disagreement is widespread. But would that disagreement persist even under hypothetical idealized conditions in which all parties to a moral debate are rational, impartial and fully informed about the relevant non-moral facts? The answer is important for many moral theories. On some versions of theories in the “ideal observer” tradition, a positive answer entails either moral relativism or moral skepticism, and many contemporary moral realists hold that a negative answer would show that moral realism is false. A number of recent empirical studies of moral judgments in different cultural groups suggest that moral disagreement would indeed persist under idealized ...
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Egoism vs. Altruism: Deconstructing the Debate

Psychological egoism maintains that all human motivation is ultimately selfish. Though people often desire to help others, egoists maintain that these desires are always instrumental, caused or sustained by the belief that helping will lead to the satisfaction of some self-interested desire. By contrast, psychological altruism maintains that some of our ultimate or non-instrumental desires are not self-interested; their object is the well-being of others. Philosophers from Hobbes to the present have worried that if egoism is true, moral behavior may be threatened, and drastic steps have been proposed to counter this threat. Recently both psychologists and evolutionary biologists lavished ...
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Debunking Morality A Hodgepodge of Multipurpose Kludges

A venerable view, still very much alive in contemporary debates, urges that our spontaneous moral judgments reflect a deep wisdom, except when the processes underlying those judgments are interfered with by morally problematic forces. However, much recent work suggests that we should have a very different view of our spontaneous moral judgments. This work indicates that there is no one psychological system underlying moral judgments. Rather, there is a hodgepodge of different systems that pull in different directions. Moreover, some of these systems were designed to perform cognitive functions that have little to do with morality. When they are co-opted ...
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Introduction à la conférence

La société post-moderne et l’élaboration d’un espace européen de la recherche où l’insertion des SHS paraît de plus en plus stratégique ont confirmé que le territoire n’avait rien d’une donnée spatiale brute mais était bien un construit social, en particulier, mais non exclusivement, sur le Vieux Continent. Cette approche en termes de CST (construction sociale des territoires) s’est imposée dans la majorité des disciplines de SHS depuis les années 1980 : géographie/aménagement, sociologie, sciences politiques, histoire, économie. Il s’agit ici d’une approche fondamentalement transversale, interdisciplinaire, dans un questionnement qui représente un des socles des SHS. C’est ...
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