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See detailThe Articulation of “I”, “We” and the “Person”. Elements for an Anthropological Approach within Western and Islamic Contexts
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Dupret, Baudouin (Ed.) Standing Trial. Law and the Person in the Modern Middle East (2004, November)

Comment les éléments constitutifs de l'identité personnelle orientent-ils les jugements des individus, leur sens moral et leur perception du juste.

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See detailThe Person and Justice in Tunisian Souq: A Reflection upon the Linkages Between Justice, Impartiality and Respect for the Person
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in DUPRET, Baudouin (Ed.) Standing Trial. Law and the Person in the Modern Middle East (2004)

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See detailIntroduction. Dimensions du compromis : Arguments pour la constitution d’une théorie du compromis
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Social Science Information/Information sur les sciences sociales (2004), 43(2), 131-143

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See detailLe compromis, rationalité et valeur. Esquisse d’une approche sociologique
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Social Science Information/Information sur les sciences sociales (2004), 43(2), 307-330

The authors propose a reflection on the status of compromise in European sociological tradition, and more particularly in two classical authors, Durkheim and Weber, as well as in several contemporary ... [more ▼]

The authors propose a reflection on the status of compromise in European sociological tradition, and more particularly in two classical authors, Durkheim and Weber, as well as in several contemporary authors who follow in Weber’s footsteps. After having noted the absence of any reference to the idea of compromise in Durkheim’s work, they posit that it is nevertheless possible to detect the presence of compromise as an implicit category in Weber’s writings, notably through his distinction between different ethics. While it is explicitly present in the contemporary authors examined, the concept is related to the different proceduralization theories found in Habermas, Crozier, Sainsaulieu and Reynaud. [less ▲]

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See detailThe morality in/of compromise: some
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Social Science Information/Information sur les sciences sociales (2004), 43(2), 291-305

This article aims to highlight the position occupied by compromise in the field of ethics. The argument is set out in two stages. First, the author attempts to clarify the contours of compromise by ... [more ▼]

This article aims to highlight the position occupied by compromise in the field of ethics. The argument is set out in two stages. First, the author attempts to clarify the contours of compromise by treating it as both a procedure or process of conflict resolution and a goal or ‘‘solution’’ to be achieved. In the second stage, he examines the distinction that could be made between ‘‘morality in compromise’’ and ‘‘morality of compromise’’, so as to measure its import and show how compromise not only contains elements specific to morality as a system but can also be a form of morality in itself. [less ▲]

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See detailFlexibility and Security : What forms of Political Regulation ?
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Transfer. European Review of Labour and Research (2004), 10(2), 300-318

The article examines the strengths and weaknesses of the concept of ‘flexicurity’, calling into question the tendency of the contemporary cultural imagination to regard flexibility as a framework for the ... [more ▼]

The article examines the strengths and weaknesses of the concept of ‘flexicurity’, calling into question the tendency of the contemporary cultural imagination to regard flexibility as a framework for the expression of individual freedom. It then describes a range of possible policy options, in relation to the market, in the perspective of combining flexibility of labour and security of persons. Tree major options emerge: the ‘procedural’, the ‘neo-substantive’ and the ‘partnership’ options. As a conclusion, this article comes out in favour of different policy which would alter the framework for public intervention. It specially underlines the need for a ‘flexible’ and ‘decentred’ Welfare State, capable of supporting and encompassing forms of regulation emanating from civil society, in particular – but not exclusively – from the social partners. [less ▲]

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See detailLe compromis. Une exploration théorique et pragmatique
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

Book published by Sage Publications (2004)

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See detailThe Articulation of “I”, “We” and the “Person”. Elements for an Anthropological Approach within Western and Islamic Contexts
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in DUPRET, Baudouin (Ed.) Standing Trial. Law and the Person in the Modern Middle East (2004)

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See detailLe Tanfîl entre justice distributive et justice corrective. Une mise en perspective aristotélicienne du sens de la justice
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

Scientific conference (2003, January)

Etudier dans une perspective aristotélicienne le sens de la justice en mettant en avant la distinction entre justice distributive et justice corrective

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See detailEthique de la promesse. L’agir responsable
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

Book published by Presses Universitaires de France (2003)

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See detailDu contrôle à la responsabilisation. Approches de l’entreprise et du système pénal
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Nachi, Mohamed (Ed.) Du contrôle à la responsabilisation. Approches de l’entreprise et du système pénal (2002)

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See detailPour un comparatisme heuristique. Répertoire d’évaluation, identité morale et dignité de la personne
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in The Tocqueville Review/La revue Tocqueville (2001), 22(2), 105-123

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See detailLa vertu du compromis : Dimensions éthique et pragmatique de l’accord
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Revue interdisciplinaire d’études juridiques (2001), 46(1), 81-110

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See detailJustice distributive et sens de la justice : analyse de cas de partage foncier
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

Scientific conference (2000, February)

Analyse de cas de partage foncier pour mettre en évidence le sens ordinaire de la justice sociale

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See detailEchange et sociabilité au sûq : pour une critique de l’approche de Clifford Geertz
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

Scientific conference (1999, March)

Etude portant sur les transactions économiques dans un marché local en Tunisie

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See detailÉthique de la dette et morale de l’obligation : analyse comparative de deux cas empiriques
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

Scientific conference (1998, February)

Etude sur les obligations morales en lien avec la dette et le sens de la justuce des individus

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See detailThéories de la justice et approche sociologique du juste en contexte tunisien
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Social Science Information/Information sur les sciences sociales (1998), 37(4), 547-592

Réflexion sur les conceptions proceduraliste et substantielle de la justice

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See detailLe juste entre formalisme et substantialisme. Etude comparative des jugements émis par des Tunisiens et des Français à propos d’une pratique coutumière de justice corrective
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Science Information/Information sur les sciences sociales (1998), 37(4), 547-592

Dans cet article, l’auteur se propose d’étudier le sens de la justice à partir d’un « cas » empirique recueilli en Tunisie et soumis à l’appréciation et au jugement de Tunisiens mais aussi de Français ... [more ▼]

Dans cet article, l’auteur se propose d’étudier le sens de la justice à partir d’un « cas » empirique recueilli en Tunisie et soumis à l’appréciation et au jugement de Tunisiens mais aussi de Français. L’examen des différentes espèces de justice établies par Aristote conduit à préciser les contours du tanfîl en tant qu’institution de partage mettant en oeuvre des règles de justice distributive et à montrer en quoi il s’agit dune forme de justice corrective sui generis. Après avoir éclairci la question du rapport aux normes, à travers la notion d’invocation des normes, et la question de la qualification, en comparant qualification juridique et qualification ordinaire, l’article analyse les formes d’argumentation et de justification que les Tunisiens et les Français interrogés mobilisent pour faire valoir leurs sens de la justice. L’analyse révèle deux types principaux de concepts de justice distributive : celle dans laquelle la légalité et le formalisme occupent une place prépondérante et celle où la primauté est accordée au contenu, à la substance, de la règle de justice. Tandis que dans le premier type le juste se confond avec le légal, dans le second non seulement il s’en distingue mais peut même s’y opposer, car ce qui est légal peut être injuste. L’auteur montre en particulier, en partant de la trilogie du juste chez Ricœur, dune part, que le compromis requiert une place de premier plan, et d’autre part, que l’idée de justice ne peut trouver sa pleine signification que dans une posture intermédiaire entre le légal et le bon, entre le formel et le substantiel. [less ▲]

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See detailJustice et injustice du Tanfîl. La part du légal et du conventionnel dans la construction sociale du sens ordinaire du juste
Nachi, Mohamed ULg

in Droit et Société (1998), 39

In this article, we propose, from a socio-anthropological point of view, a comparative approach of the ordinary sense of justice through the analysis of a paradigmatic case of sharing according to the ... [more ▼]

In this article, we propose, from a socio-anthropological point of view, a comparative approach of the ordinary sense of justice through the analysis of a paradigmatic case of sharing according to the mode of tanfîl. We begin with the examination of the two principal meanings, religious and customary, of this institution as to the different modalities of its implementation. Then, from this detailed analysis of the forms of justifications and judgments displayed by the Tunisians and the French concerning this case of sharing, we pointed out how the positions, of the ones and others, waver between two conceptions of justice: according to the first one, there is an adequacy between the legal and the just, whereas, according to the second, there is an inadequacy between the two. In the first case, there is a systematic recourse to the law as a referent of justification at the prejudice of the conventional norms, in the second, it’s the opposite that happens. Lastly, we will see, through the exigency of compromise, that finally the sense of justice situates between the two. [less ▲]

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