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École doctorale Concepts et langages (Paris)

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Works: 475 works in 482 publications in 2 languages and 596 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Criticism, interpretation, etc  History 
Roles: 996, Editor, Degree grantor
Classifications: P99, 780
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Most widely held works by École doctorale Concepts et langages (Paris)
Que faisons-nous du texte?( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 35 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Études de linguistique contrastive( Book )

1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 33 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Musique et arts plastiques : la traduction d'un art par l'autre : principes théoriques et démarches créatrices( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La traduction d'une œuvre d'art plastique par une œuvre musicale, et vice versa, constitue un champ d'études récent par rapport à la traduction interlinguistique, mais qui suscite un intérêt croissant. A partir d'approches variées, les auteurs cherchent à mieux comprendre la démarche créatrice de l'artiste traducteur, qu'il soit musicien ou plasticien. Que traduit-il de l'autre art ? Comment ? Pourquoi ?
L'essor du romantisme : la fantaisie pour clavier de Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach à Franz Liszt by Jean-Pierre Bartoli( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pianistes du XXe siècle : critique, pédagogie, interprétation( Book )

1 edition published in 2007 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les diatopismes du français en Vendée et leur utilisation dans la littérature I'oeuvre contemporaine d'Yves Viollier by Inka Wissner( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This doctoral dissertation studying the use of French regionalisms, or diatopicisms, in literature, is situated in the fields of variationist linguistics and of discourse analysis. The study offers a detailed description of the concepts and current terminology in the recent discipline of Francophone differential linguistics as well as in the related branches of French discourse analysis. It pays particular attention to the methods applied in the identification of diatopic elements and the interpretation of existing sources - completed by field studies conducted by the author - as well as for an appropriate discourse analysis of diatopicisms in literature. Developing a new sociopragmatic paradigm, the author analyses the strategies that present meta-linguistically highlighted diatopicisms and their textual distribution in order to interpret what these procedures say obliquely about the diatopicisms in terms of their pragmatic and sociolinguistic characteristics. The large corpus analysis is presented in the form of dictionary articles, based on a model developed in French differential lexicography, and enriched by sociopragmatic sections. The author analyses all highlighted diatopicisms in the twenty-six popular novels of Yves Viollier which belong to the latter's sociolinguistic community (Vendée). The study shows that the strategies highlighting diatopicisms in the analysed novels - published from 1972 to 2009, realist and partly regionalist - are relatively rare. The ethos of the novelist's home region is partly created by the use of diatopicisms - but this is achieved through original choices, rather than largely shared stereotypes
Complexité et changement climatique une étude épistémologique des théories de la complexité transdisciplinaires et leur apport aux phénomènes socio-écologiques by Jennifer Wells( Book )

2 editions published in 2009 in French and English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cette thèse propose une analyse épistémologique des théories de la complexité, une évaluation de leur portée générale et de leur utilité dans des domaines particuliers, et la mise au jour de leur contribution décisive à la question centrale du changement climatique. L'objectif est de cerner la nature de la complexité à travers tout l'éventail des disciplines, car les théories de la complexité ne cessent de s'éteindre et la liste des bénéfices qu'on leur attribue de s'allonger. L'étude de cas du changement climatique est riche, y sont impliqués de nombreux systèmes complexes d'importance décisive pour le genre humain, parmi lesquels l'agriculture, l'énergie, l'eau et l'économie. Le présent travail propose d'abord une définition de la complexité généralisée, comprise comme cadre général de la pensée fondé sur six grandes catégories. Il procède ensuite à l'analyse à travers ce cadre, des dimensions scientifiques, politiques et éthiques du changement climatique. Notre point de départ est constitué par un examen attentif du trois corpus importants : le rapport du GEIC « Climate Change 2007, » « le Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, » et l'éthique du changement climatique. Il s'avère que la mise en œuvre des théories de la complexité est nécessaire pour mesurer de manière rigoureuse la portée non seulement des aspects multiples des différents systèmes complexes impliqués, mais aussi de l'ensemble dans toutes sa signification polyvalente. En s'interrogeant sur le rôle et l'utilité des théories de la complexité dans des domaines et à des échelles multiples, nous mettons en lumière une série de principes-clés sur la nature et l'usage de ces théories
La polysémie( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Problèmes et méthodes en toponymie française essais de linguistique historique sur les noms de lieux du Roannais by Xavier Gouvert( Book )

2 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le présent travail vise à dresser un bilan critique des travaux de toponymie française et à formuler les principes d'une science des noms de lieux rigoureuse, exigeante et ouverte à la linguistique sous tous ses aspects. La première partie aborde, sous la forme d'une réflexion épistémologique et rétrospective, la place de la toponymie dans l'histoire de la linguistique en France, depuis le XVIIe siècle jusqu'à nos jours. La deuxième est consacrée aux problèmes théoriques de la toponymie, et notamment à une (re)définition du « signe toponymique » : nous soutenons la thèse selon laquelle le nom propre est par essence un signe linguistique « préactualisé », c'est-à-dire actualisé en langue et non en parole. Dans ce cadre, nous redéfinissons la notion même de « lieu » comme une catégorie foncièrement linguistique, i.e. arbitraire, relative et oppositive. Dans une troisième partie, nous entreprenons de définir les buts et les techniques de la toponymie, d'un point de vue pratique et concret. À nos yeux, la toponymie ne saurait emprunter ses méthodes qu'à la linguistique historique, dont elle est une sous-discipline. Afin de mettre en pratique les conceptions et les méthodes élaborées dans les trois premières sections de notre travail, la quatrième partie prend la forme d'un dictionnaire raisonné des noms de lieux de l'ancienne province du Roannais (nord-ouest du département de la Loire). Chaque section du répertoire (fonds français, fonds dialectal, fonds protoroman et fonds gaulois/prélatin) est précédée d'un chapitre introductif où nous livrons une analyse méthodique des problèmes majeurs que pose la strate linguistique considérée. La cinquième et dernière partie se propose d'illustrer, sur la base de trois études de cas approfondies, ce qu'une toponymie plus « contrainte » peut apporter aux autres sous-disciplines de la linguistique, ainsi qu'aux sciences connexes : phonétique géohistorique ; histoire des institutions ; histoire du peuplement
La critique radicale de la science en France : origines et incidences de la politisation de la science en France depuis Mai 1968 by Renaud Debailly( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'idée selon laquelle les citoyens devraient participer à la définition des choix scientifiques et techniques s'est progressivement diffusée en France à partir des années 1980. Cet idéal participatif repose sur le renouvellement de la conception des rapports entre sciences et société. Cette thèse propose d'étudier la genèse de cette nouvelle conception à partir de la critique de la science formulée par des acteurs scientifiques durant les années 1970, et d'établir les liens entre cette critique et la nouvelle sociologie des sciences. La critique est envisagée comme un processus de politisation de la science, c'est-à-dire une requalification de la science en tant qu'activité sociale indifférenciée. Trois axes ont été retenus pour étudier la constitution de cet idéal participatif : les conditions d'émergence de cette critique de la science, sa structuration dans les revues militantes, et ses effets sur des domaines déterminés (la vulgarisation au Seuil, et l'expertise avec les Boutiques de Sciences)
Francis Poulenc et la musique populaire by Dominique Arbey( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Francis POULENC (1899-1963) a été particulièrement influencé par la musique populaire de son époque. Pour étudier cet aspect de son œuvre, notre recherche s'appuiera sur la production musicale du compositeur, sur ses nombreux témoignages (correspondances, émissions radiophoniques et divers écrits) et sur tous les documents liés à la création et à la réception de ses œuvres. Le compositeur du Bal masqué n'imitait pas la musique populaire mais en empruntait quelques éléments : tel un peintre, il réalisait des " portraits de music-hall ". Afin d'apprécier cette imprégnation, nos analyses portent sur différents paramètres musicaux : la mélodie, le rythme, l'harmonie, les structures, l'orchestration et la vocalité. La finalité de notre travail s'inscrivant dans des perspectives socioculturelles, l'analyse de ces aspects techniques ne se dissocie pas du contexte historique lié au compositeur et plus largement au Groupe des Six
Etude comparative des verbes supports faire, donner et prendre - buat/membuat, beri/memberi et ambi/memgambil en français en français et en malais by Omrah Bin Hassan Hussin( Book )

2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis proposes a comparative study of three support verbs, also called sometimes in English « light verbs », faire/membuat "to do", donner/memberi "to give" and prendre/mengambil "to take" in French and Malay languages. The method used is that of the Lexicon-Grammar of Maurice Gross and that of theory of the Defining Matrix Analysis of Amr Ibrahim. Our objective is to describe the formal properties of the sentences containing support verbs in French and Malay and to compare them from the syntactic and semantic point of view. We have bracket four tests of recognition of the support verb in order to determine the statue of these three verbs in the studied construction. Our study is structured in six chapters. In the first chapter, we expose the main notion: the definition of the support and the different points of view of the linguists that took an interest in the study of the support verb in the framework of the Lexicon-Grammar. The second chapter is a general presentation of the Malay language. The third chapter is the study of the verb support "membuat/faire" (to do) in Malay. The forth chapter is a study of the support verb "memberi/donner" (to give) in Malay. The fifth chapter is a study of the support verb "mengambil/prendre" (to take) in Malay. The sixth chapter is a comparative study between the three support verbs membuat/faire (to do), memberi/donner (to give) and mengambil/prendre (to take) in Malay and French. The results obtained have shown that the support verbs in French and Malay share the same general characteristics. These results also enabled us to show that in spite of the universality of the phenomenon, each language has its own mechanism concerning the function of the support verb and the system of determination
La duperie de soi et le problème de l'irrationalité by Vasco Saragoça Nunes Correia( Book )

2 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Self-deception poses a notable challenge for any theory of rationality, given that the self-deceiver appears to embrace a deceptive belief knowing of it's deceptive nature. This is at least what is claimed by those who hold an "intentionalist" account (Sartre, Davidson, Pears, Talbott, Scott-Kakures, Bermudez), who tend to portray self-deception as an intentional act for which the self-deceiver should be held accountable. Instead, I hold a so-called "emotionalist" account according to which self-deception is a sub-intentional and involuntary process of cognitive illusion which stems from the influence our emotions may insidiously exert on our cognitive faculties, and thereby on our judgments. That leads me to develop a "cognitive-hedonic" theory of emotions with the purpose of showing how exactly our emotions are capable of inducing not only irrational beliefs, but even irrational actions (acrasia)
Origine et fonction du directeur musical dans la France contemporaine by Gilles Demonet( Book )

2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The music director has his own origin in important musical transformations which arose between the 17th and the 18th centuries. These mutations with Lully gave birth to a prototype who is at the same time composer, musician, performer, businessman, and who has been moulding the figure of the music director from this period onwards. Then, when these various duties split, a new profile of music director emerged, as an orchestra-founder and -trainer, embodied by Habeneck.From the end of 19th century, new models were implemented, such as inventors, entrepreneurs and citizens thoroughly committed to their community. Beside, some festivals have their own orchestra, but no permanent conductor. Some other orchestras simply refuse to be lead by a stable or non-stable conductor.The music director of our century in France is the heir of these various models. He has numerous duties and needs to demonstrate evidence of great skills, since he has to come up to the expectations of a wide and versatile environment. But, at the same time, his uniqueness and value are not really appreciated and the wolrdwide competition between conductors led him to be less present and therefore to give up a substantial part of his powers, related to programming and artistic direction. To some extent, the situation of the music director in France is reflecting the institutional system of this country
François Gervais musicien au Front de 1914 à 1919 : affirmation identitaire, sociale et artistique by Eric Sauda( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

François Gervais was born in Blois in 1885. High school graduated in literature and philosophy he early started musical studies and obtained in 1905 the second prize of cello at the Conservatoire of Paris. In 1913 he joined the ochestra of the Concerts Lamoureux directed by Paul Paray. He was on tour in Netherlands when he heard the declaration of war. F. Gervais was first mobilized at the 313th infantry regiment then at the 329th till the end of the war. Above the fact that he went to the front without instrument, he's distinguished as musician till the end of the year 1914. But in the spring of 1915, F. Gervais who's suffering of the absence of music pratical, demand to his superiors the permission to build a cello. The instrument carried out with few collected material, reveals it's surprising acoustic quality. Nevertheless, it's been designed to obviate all damages caused by soldier's living, quite sedentary and exposed to bad weather. During rest time behind the lines, F. Gervais entertains the troups (concerts, revues and shows) and rise in his friends and superiors's estimation. The pleasure of pratical music regained nearly dayly, F. Gervais alone or in group with others musicians buddies, will play all during the war for the soldier's relax between two moves to first line. Demobilized, he goes back home with his memories and his cello. Survivor of this war, he returns to the orchestra of Concerts Lamoureux and will become soloist cello in 1920. Later on, he will teach as independant professor (P. Tortelier will be his student) and in his last years, he will be professor at the conservatoire of Tours. After his death in 1956, his elder daughter Françoise Gervais will piousely keep at her domicile, the documents and the cello before to do a donation in 1999 to the french great war museum : l'Historial de la Grande Guerre de Péronne (80)
La structure duale de l'identité dans la première philosophie de F.W.J. Schelling monisme et subjectivité by Jean-Christophe Lemaitre( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The purpose of this work is to analyse Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling's philosophy through the prism of the notion of identity. The issue at stake is to gauge the originality of the author. It is our contention that such originality lies in his determination to perceive the notion of identity as something that cannot be reduced merely to logical and mathematical identity, without including the concept of difference right from the start in that of identity, and without going beyond the sphere of identity so as to reach another field of problematicity. With this purpose in mind, it appears clearly that it is compulsory to take into account those of Schelling's works published between 1801 and 1806, which form what commentators have called his "philosophy of Identity". Now we have deliberately chosen to survey instead the period immediately prior to that one, that is to say the years from 1794 to 1800, for it seems to us that Schelling's focus on how to ponder unity and identity stems from his study of the status of the subject, as this status had already been analysed in Kant's critical theory, first, and afterwards in Fichte's works. Our doctoral dissertation is devoted to the analysis of the connection between subjectivity, on the one hand, and an ontological framework of the monist kind, on the other hand. Confronting young Schelling's thought to Kant's has seemed to us crucial in our quest to understand how a philosophical system based on unity could take Kant's criticist philosophy as its stepping stone. We have adopted a genetic approach so as to uncover two patterns of identity: identity as ipseity (first part of our dissertation) and identity as harmony (second part). As our dissertation comes to its close, it appears possible to see these two patterns as systematically interconnected. This allows us to fully grasp the originality of Schellingian monism and thereby, the possibility of a monist type of thought welcoming the idea of subjectivity
Le problème de l'expérience consciente : une tentative de dissolution by François Kammerer( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Conscious experience constitutes a problem for physicalism. Indeed, it seems difficult to understand how something purely physical (such as the brain) can have conscious experiences. The phenomenal concept strategy is perhaps the most popular strategy for those who want to address this problem and defend physicalism. This strategy tries to account for our anti-physicalist intuitions regarding consciousness from within a purely physicalist framework, by way of a theory of our concepts of conscious experiences. This dissertation consists firstly in a presentation and a critical discussion of current versions of the phenomenal concept strategy. It tries to show that the various theories belonging to this strategy (broadly construed) all fail to give a satisfying account of anti-physicalist intuitions regarding consciousness; first, because they cannot give an account of our cognitively substantial grasp of consciousness (a grasp which is at the basis of our anti-physicalist intuitions); second, because they cannot explain the conceptual robustness of those intuitions. This dissertation also seeks to put forth a new theory of phenomenal concepts, one able to address those difficulties. This new theory describes phenomenal concepts as concepts that possess substantial cognitive content, in virtue of which they characterize conscious experiences as mental states which stand in a particularly intimate epistemological relation with the subject who has them. I argue that this theory manages to solve the various difficulties encountered by other theories of phenomenal concepts, thus allowing us to dissolve the metaphysical problem of consciousness in a satisfying way
La diglossie et son influence sur la production langagière arabe : Étude théorique et pratique à partir de copies d'examen et d'un extrait télévisé by Fadi Shahin( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis is a field study on diglossia and Arabic language production. Since the article by Ferguson (1959), numerous studies have appeared, often criticizing the dichotomous vision proposed by this author.After tracing the history of the Arabic language from its origins to the present day, we have studied the works of Arabic-Speakers on their language. From medieval times until the Naḥda, were Arabic-Speaking linguists aware of the diglossic situation?Using this historical perspective as a point of departure, we wanted to demonstrate the extent of the influence of the low variety (vernacular) on the high variety (literary) in Arabic language production through two sets of language production, one written and one oral. With this in mind, we used exam papers of students of different levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. For the study of the oral, we relied on a television extract.Can we make use of one variety without being subjected to interference from the second? This is the question that we attempt to address in this thesis
Les affects dans la pensée de Saint Augustin by Anne De Saxcé( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

First in De libero arbitrio, then in De ciuitate Dei, Augustine describes his theory of affectivity. In books IX and XIV of De ciuitate Dei, he objects to the Stoician theory of apatheia and the Platonician dualism. He points out the Christian idea of affectivity, which considers the affects depending on the will. In this way, emotions are parts of the Augustinian ordo amoris. They are good if they reveal a true love of the good. In these texts however Augustine does not explain what kind of emotions heis thinking about. He gives no definition of them and does not analyse their interconnections. But in the rest of his writings, we can find various descriptions of several emotions. In this work we try to appreciate Augutine's affectivity, by understanding that it is not predicated on the good will, but on the hope in the beata uita. This hope makes the thought of Augustin different from Stoician or Neoplatonician philosophy. From this point of view, we can understand how affectivity is linked tolanguage, how emotions are embodied by the voice, the respiration, the laughter and the tears, and how they are also a langage, which tells us the peregrinatio to the uita beata
Francophonie et traduction. Analyse linguistique de quatre œuvres francophones traduites vers l'italien by Chiara Brandolini( )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les auteurs francophones vivent et écrivent souvent dans des contextes plurilingues ; ainsi, un des traits marquants des littératures francophones est de placer au cœur de la problématique identitaire une réflexion sur la langue et sur la manière d'articuler les rapports entre la langue et la littérature. La complexité de ces rapports, généralement conflictuels, qu'entretiennent entre elles les langues en contact, donne lieu à la "surconscience linguistique" (Gauvin 1997), caractéristique commune des littératures francophones, qui peut prendre des formes diverses. Quatre romans provenant d'aires francophones fort différentes ont été considérés, ainsi que leur traductions respectives : Les soleils des indépendances de Kourouma, Texaco de Chamoiseau, Les belles-sœurs de Tremblay et Jour de silence à Tanger de Ben Jelloun. Cette étude vise à saisir de quelle façon il est possible de traduire les rapports sociolinguistiques entre les langues. Les difficultés et les stratégies mises en place par les traducteurs italiens ont été analysée grâce à l'élaboration d'un modèle d'analyse qui considère le contexte de la création de l'œuvre ; la représentation de l'œuvre face au public cible ; les signifiés dénotatifs et connotatifs des lexèmes diatopiquement marqués et des néologismes d'auteur ; les techniques de traduction employées. Il s'agit de voir quelle image, éventuellement exotique, a été "fabriquée" pour attirer l'attention des lecteurs italiens ; par quelles techniques les traducteurs ont réussi à véhiculer les signifiés strictement liés à une langue non standard. En somme, la thèse met en relation les études sur la francophonie avec les recherches en traductologie
 
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