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See detailMétamorphoses du flux : fleuve et logos héraclitéens chez Platon
Gavray, Marc-Antoine ULg

in Revue de Philosophie Ancienne (2005), (1), 55-76

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See detailLes métamorphoses du pharmakon : un lieu de réflexion autour de l'invention de l'espace à-venir.
Bodart, Céline ULg

Master of advanced studies dissertation (2012)

Ce travail de recherche s'est inscrit dans la question d'un nouveau rapport homme/monde à penser et d'une forme à lui donner. L'originalité de notre contribution était de proposer d'y entre-ouvrir un lieu ... [more ▼]

Ce travail de recherche s'est inscrit dans la question d'un nouveau rapport homme/monde à penser et d'une forme à lui donner. L'originalité de notre contribution était de proposer d'y entre-ouvrir un lieu de réflexion inédit ; ce lieu nous lui avons prêté les traits du pharmakon, terme grec signifiant à la fois remède et poison. Ce concept, aussi riche que complexe, nous a offert de convoquer la réflexion sur l'urbain contemporain et d'en provoquer la forme à-venir. Pour faire de ce concept philosophique un lieu pour penser la ville, nous en avons questionné les formations et dé-formations à travers le travail de trois philosophes. Nous avons commencé par retourner aux origines platoniciennes du pharmakon, pour ensuite en étudier l'analyse dressée par Derrida dans la « Pharmacie de Platon » (1968), et finalement s'intéresser aux récents travaux de Bernard Stiegler court-circuitant le pharmakon en une méthode pharmacologique. Il s'agissait donc d'initier une démarche pharmacologique en architecture en posant le pharmakon comme lieu de réflexion encore inexploré dans la pratique de l'espace urbain contemporain. [less ▲]

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See detailLes métamorphoses du pharmakon; un lieu de réflexion autour de l'espace à-venir.
Bodart, Céline ULg

in Philotope (Le) (2014), 10

Driven by recent (r)evolutions we all need to bring our traditional bonds to institutions into questions. Hence, while our relations to the world are being replayed, it's high time to force architectural ... [more ▼]

Driven by recent (r)evolutions we all need to bring our traditional bonds to institutions into questions. Hence, while our relations to the world are being replayed, it's high time to force architectural matters to take part in it ; to rethink an urban form shaped on the ongoing redefinition of these relations. In this context, the present paper attempts to open an new think-place commited to the re-invention of the urban space for this human/world relationship. A think-place built on the metamorphosis of the phamakon concept. A place plotted as a chronological path from the platonician origins of this concept, going through its derridean re-interpretation, and to finally reach its recent Stiegler's re-reading. Beyond this paper's will to explore the conceptual (dis-)forming of the pharmakon through these three philosopher's works, the first aim is to hijack our own object of reflection – the actual re-invention of urban space – from these three pieces of work. [less ▲]

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See detailLes métamorphoses historiques d’un prophétisme africain
Melice, Anne ULg

Scientific conference (2011, December 14)

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See detailMétamorphoses sorcières : le cas des loups-garous.
Strivay, Lucienne ULg

Conference (1985)

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See detailMetamorphosing cultural patterns: Cassirer in the steps of Warburg on Culture Theory
Hagelstein, Maud ULg

Conference (2016, March 03)

My argument stems from a reading of the fifth study in Cassirer’s The Logic of the Cultural Sciences (1942), devoted to the “Tragedy of Culture.” I contend that this fifth study resolves an observable ... [more ▼]

My argument stems from a reading of the fifth study in Cassirer’s The Logic of the Cultural Sciences (1942), devoted to the “Tragedy of Culture.” I contend that this fifth study resolves an observable indecision in Cassirer’s position on cultural productions: to lead man toward greater happiness and freedom, should one strive to uphold traditional forms, or should one abandon old models and create new ones? I believe that Cassirer’s consideration of art historian Aby Warburg’s works (1866-1929) constitutes a defining moment in understanding his answer to that question. This fifth study illustrates the profound impact of Warburg’s model for understanding culture on Cassirer’s philosophy. Contrary to the claims of some exegetes, Cassirer and Warburg’s theoretical positions on the matter are very close. Cassirer’s treatment of the reception of artistic forms (he argues that form reception is never merely a passive act) follows, point by point, Warburg’s theory of the survival (Nachleben) of artistic motifs. [less ▲]

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See detailMetamorphosis of acromegaly to a non-functioning pituitary adenoma
Valdes Socin, Hernan Gonzalo ULg; Stevenaert, Achille ULg; Legros, Jean-Jacques ULg et al

in 5th European Congress of Endocrinology - Abstract book (2001)

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See detailMetamorphosis rate of paedomorphs in a natural newt population
Denoël, Mathieu ULg; Lena, J. P.; Joly, Pierre

Poster (2007)

Facultative paedomorphis is a developmental process in which larvae opt for metamorphosis before maturity or reach sexual maturity while retaining larval traits (e.g., gills). Although metamorphosis is ... [more ▼]

Facultative paedomorphis is a developmental process in which larvae opt for metamorphosis before maturity or reach sexual maturity while retaining larval traits (e.g., gills). Although metamorphosis is not reversible, the paedomorphic state is not a dead end as branchiate adults are able to metamorphose. However, the extent of this process has never been quantified in the wild. Our aim was then to estimate switching rate by carrying out a 3-year monitoring survey of a population of Alpine newts (Triturus alpestris) inhabiting an alpine lake. The data were analysed using a multi-state capture-recapture model. While morph switching did occur in this population, it involved only 12% of the paedomorphs each year (i.e., 17% of recaptured individuals), suggesting that metamorphosis was not favoured in this population during the study period. This rate is lower than in laboratory experiments during which newts from the same population were placed in water drying conditions, but as shown previously paedomorphs can avoid metamorphosis in migrating to permanent water bodies when their pond dries out. These results are in agreement with other studies showing an advantage of a dimorphism in heterogeneous habitats. The ontogenetic pathway of wild Alpine newts is thus characterised by two forks in the developmental pathway. The first occurs during the larval stage, and the second occurs in paedomorphic adults. Such a two-level decision process may allow individuals to cope with environmental uncertainty. This may be particularly adaptive as aquatic conditions can deteriorate over time as shown by yearly changes in body condition of newts [less ▲]

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See detail« La métaphore : écart et substitution »
Gyemant, Maria ULg

in Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Philosophia (2008), 1-2/2008

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See detailMétaphore et métaphysique : le débat entre Jacques Derrida et Paul Ricoeur
Steinmetz, Rudy ULg

Scientific conference (1995)

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See detailMétaphore et publicité. Le cas Nearly new car
Saint-Amand, Denis ULg

in Enjeux : Revue de Formation Continuée et de Didactique du Français (2013), 86

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See detailMétaphores conceptuelles dans les discours citoyens
Perrez, Julien ULg; Reuchamps, Min ULg

Conference (2011, May 06)

Jusqu’à présent, ce sont surtout les linguistes, et plus particulièrement les linguistes cognitivistes, qui ont entrepris l’étude des métaphores conceptuelles ; pourtant, une telle approche devrait ... [more ▼]

Jusqu’à présent, ce sont surtout les linguistes, et plus particulièrement les linguistes cognitivistes, qui ont entrepris l’étude des métaphores conceptuelles ; pourtant, une telle approche devrait intéresser les politologues afin d’aller « derrière les mots » et d’explorer le(s) sens politique(s) des métaphores utilisées par les citoyens. Ce faisant, les politologues viendraient ainsi nourrir les réflexions des linguistes par une perspective appliquée de l’étude des métaphores conceptuelles. Il ne suffit pas de détecter les expressions métaphoriques, encore faut-il appréhender leur signification politique. C’est ainsi que dans la troisième section de ce texte, nous proposons une analyse qualitative des métaphores conceptuelles que l’on peut trouver dans les discours citoyens sur le fédéralisme en Belgique. Sur cette base, la troisième section propose, de manière exploratoire, une méthode semi-automatique d’identification des expressions métaphoriques qui pourrait être appliquée à d’autres types de discours, comme les discours politiques ou médiatiques ou encore les programmes de partis, et éventuellement à d’autres thématiques. L’ensemble de cette contribution repose sur la volonté d’étudier les relations communautaires au travers des métaphores conceptuelles qui les traduisent, en combinant une approche politologique à une approche linguistique. [less ▲]

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See detailMétaphores conceptuelles dans les discours citoyens en Belgique
Reuchamps, Min ULg; Perrez, Julien ULg

in Perrez, Julien; Reuchamps, Min (Eds.) Les relations communautaires en Belgique: Approches politiques et linguistiques (2012)

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See detailLes métaphores du temps en Egypte ancienne
Winand, Jean ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2000)

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See detailLes métaphores du temps
Winand, Jean ULg

Scientific conference (1999, March 03)

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See detailMétaphores spatiales dans la symbolique démocratique
Herla, Anne ULg

Conference (2008, April 12)

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See detailThe metaphors of the Belgian political crisis: evidence from citizens' discourse and the parties' manifestos
Perrez, Julien ULg; Reuchamps, Min ULg

Conference (2012, July 07)

Since 2009 Belgium has been through an unprecedented political and institutional crisis, which has come to an end with the forming of a new federal government in December 2011. This crisis can partly be ... [more ▼]

Since 2009 Belgium has been through an unprecedented political and institutional crisis, which has come to an end with the forming of a new federal government in December 2011. This crisis can partly be explained by the victory of the Flemish nationalist party (N-VA) in the federal elections of 2009 and by the diverging views of the two main parts of the country on the functioning and the future of the federal state. In this presentation, we try to assess to what extent this political crisis can be explained on the metaphorical level by analysing the use of conceptual metaphors in different types of political discourse for the period 2007-2010. While politics constitutes an abstract and complex domain of experience in which metaphors play a prominent role (Lakoff 2002, De Landtsheer 2009, Semino 2008), little attention has been paid to the use of conceptual metaphors in actual political discourse (see Authors to appear, De Landtsheer 2009, Koller 2009, L’Hôte & Lemmens 2009 for some examples). In this contribution we propose to study political conceptual metaphors in two types of corpora, which have traditionally been left out of the analysis, namely political party programmes on the one hand and citizens’ discourse on the other. Our first research goal is to identify the conceptual metaphors the main Flemish (Groen!, SP.a, CD&V, Open VLD, N-VA, Vlaams Belang) and Walloon (Ecolo, PS, CDH, MR) political parties developed in their programmes and to study their level of circularity, that is to what extent they are present in the other parties’ programmes. This will allow us to determine which were the dominant metaphors of the campaign leading to the federal elections of 2009 and the victory of the Flemish nationalist party (N-VA). In a second stage, we will analyse citizens’ discourse, which was collected during two citizen panels on Belgian federalism, and evaluate to what extent these dominant metaphors determined the citizens’ perception and comprehension of the Belgian political situation. [less ▲]

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See detailLa métaphysique de l'enfance. L'apport d'une école de pédagogie d'Aix-la-Chapelle.
Scholl, Jean-Marc ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2003)

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