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Nicoglou, Antonine 1983-

Overview
Works: 6 works in 7 publications in 2 languages and 70 library holdings
Genres: Dictionaries 
Roles: Author, Opponent
Classifications: BD236, 126
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Most widely held works by Antonine Nicoglou
L'identité : dictionnaire encyclopédique( Book )

1 edition published in 2020 in French and held by 60 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"À un moment où les revendications identitaires sont légion, il faut revenir en amont d'une tendance qui galvaude un concept philosophique pour le mobiliser sur le seul terrain idéologique et politique. Qui suis-je? Aucune discipline scientifique n'oserait à elle seule penser, affronter et circonscrire cette vieille question métaphysique... et enfantine. En mettant en œuvre une interdisciplinarité effective, les auteurs ont pour ambition d'éclairer l'énigme de l'identité personnelle, mais pas seulement. En effet, l'identité est à la fois le caractère de ce qui est même et de ce qui est unique, qu'importe l'objet. Pensée comme individuelle, elle serait tour à tour personnelle, psychologique, génétique ou narrative; pensée comme collective, elle serait sociale, ethnique, familiale, genrée, linguistique ou encore nationale. À travers les différents regards exposés ici, le lecteur tracera son propre chemin dans les méandres de cette notion."--
Fondements épistémologiques de la notion de CNEP by Alice Rousseau( )

2 editions published in 2020 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ppsychogenic non epiletique seizure (PNES) is an essentially descriptive nosological entity : it is described as a brutal change of sensations, of perceptions or of the level of consciousness. lts appearance reminds of epileptic seizure but it is not associated with epileptic electrophysiologic phenomenon. These crises predominantly concerns women and they are significantly associated with a psychotraumatic background. Contemporain clinicians agree with the fact that they fall under an unconscious dissociative process and it is shown that their triggering is correlated with an intense emotional experience. Such a clinical pic ture is found in medical wri tings that date back to antiqui ty : the uterine suffocation of Hippocrate, thereafter named hysteria, but it is also found under the name of epilepsia. However, even if the medical discourse has had many reversals that make discondinuous the nosological concepts of hysteria and PNES, their clinical descriptions as well as sorne etiological intuitions remainded remarkably similar. We propose to do a two main strands analysis of the advent of the concept of PNES : one semantic (by dividing the terms { Psychogenic }, {non epileptic} and { seizure }), and one clinical, by researching historical clinical writings that are close to the current definition of PNES. ln this research work, we demonstrate how epistemological movements evolve over centuries, repeating the same cycles,sometimes on the side of a neuroscientist positivism, sometimes on the side of a psychodynamic subjectivism. We identify the main points of divergences between those two poles and how it influences the practice, based on a clinical case
Introduction: sketches of a conceptual history of epigenesis by Antonine Nicoglou( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Waddington's epigenetics or the pictorial meetings of development and genetics by Antonine Nicoglou( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The evolution of phenotypic plasticity : Genealogy of a debate in genetics by Antonine Nicoglou( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Nicoglou, A. (Antonine), 1983-

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