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Les dimensions émotionnelles du politique : Chemins de traverse avec Philippe Braud

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ISBN: 9782753562622 DOI: 10.4000/books.pur.70529 Language: French
Publisher: Presses universitaires de Rennes
Subject: Political Science
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Philippe Braud a marqué de son empreinte intellectuelle plusieurs générations d'étudiants dans les amphithéâtres rennais, de la Sorbonne ou plus récemment de l'Institut d'études politiques de Paris. Dans les cursus de droit, comme dans ceux de science politique, sa pédagogie décomplexée et son approche originale de la discipline ont bousculé les savoirs acquis et ouvert l'auditoire sur une face longtemps tue de la politique. L'État, les partis, le vote, les phénomènes contestataires, les identités collectives sont toujours abordés bien sûr, mais au prisme de l'étude du symbolique comme levier pour parvenir à une sociologie des émotions cherchant systématiquement à dévoiler les ressorts invisibles, masqués ou ignorés, de l'exercice et de l'appréhension de la chose publique. Tel est en effet le credo de cet intellectuel iconoclaste, non maître à penser mais révélateur des impensés, non technicien mais savant curieux, plus intellectuel « touche à tout » que spécialiste austère : le politique est avec lui appréhendé par des chemins de traverse avec les outils du sociologue et non la boussole du psychologue. Ce ne sont pas les âmes qui sont sondées mais les interactions et les logiques de situation, avec leur part de projections, d'ambitions et d'attentes affectives. Les articles réunis dans cet ouvrage, sous la plume d'anciens doctorants ou de compagnons intellectuels de Braud, cherchent tous à rendre un hommage parfois critique à celui qui, avec quelques autres, a cherché avant l'heure à légitimer dans le champ scientifique l'étude des contraintes affectuelles de la vie publique.

Émotions et discours

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ISBN: 9782753506367 9782753546752 Year: Language: French
Publisher: Presses universitaires de Rennes
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Défini dans la Rhétorique et dans la Poétique d’Aristote comme un langage-action, le pathos est l’une des techniques d’argumentation destinée à produire la persuasion, cela en émouvant les récepteurs. Les critiques de cette raison pratique n’ont cessé de dénoncer sa dimension manipulatrice et démagogique, constatant son écart avec le raisonnement formel centré sur la vérité objective. Cependant, l’analyse des émotions dans la langue permet de reconnaître la problématique essentielle de la cul...

Ancient Jewish Prayers and Emotions. Emotions associated with Jewish prayer in and around the Second Temple period

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Book Series: Deuterocanonical and Cognate Literature Studies ISSN: 1865-1666 ISBN: 9783110369083 Year: Volume: 26 Pages: 417 DOI: 10.1515/9783110369083 Language: English
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: Religion
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This collection of essaysoffers ananalysis of central texts in Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic relating to emotions within literary prayers. Their discussions touch upon such diverse topics as relations with God, exegesis, education, prophecy, linguistic expression, feminism, happiness, grief, cult, suicide, non-Jews, Hellenism, Qumran and Jerusalem. The articles contribute to a scientific understanding of early Rabbinic and Christian ideas.

Musique, langage, émotion : Approche neuro-cognitive

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ISBN: 9782753564114 DOI: 10.4000/books.pur.60581 Language: French
Publisher: Presses universitaires de Rennes
Subject: Social Sciences
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Cet ouvrage de recherche fondamentale et appliquée intéressera non seulement les chercheurs et étudiants avancés de plusieurs disciplines situées au sein ou aux frontières des sciences cognitives (psychologie cognitive, psycholinguistique, neuropsychologie, neurosciences, musicologie…), mais aussi tous ceux qui aiment la musique. Il illustre le foisonnement récent des connaissances neuroscientifiques au sujet de la musique – art et jouissance de plus en plus présents dans notre vie quotidienne – et de ses relations avec le langage et les émotions. Les spécialistes les plus renommés y abordent la perception des structures musicales dans ses relations avec le langage (Barbara Tillmann et coll. ; Emmanuel Bigand et coll.), le rôle et l'importance des émotions dans la musique ainsi que les éventuels dysfonctionnements du traitement de ces émotions (Oliver Grewe et coll. ; Séverine Samson et coll. ; Régine Kolinsky et coll.), et, enfin, les troubles profonds d'origine congénitale des capacités musicales (Isabelle Peretz et coll.). Les principaux moyens d'investigation scientifique dans le domaine de la cognition musicale (comportemental, électrophysiologique, étude de patients et des activations cérébrales, simulation par « réseaux neuronaux ») y sont aussi représentés. Comme l'écrivent les organisateurs, dans le domaine de la musique, « en matière de connaissances scientifiques, que ce soit par le brassage des techniques ou par le métissage des domaines, notre défi pour le futur sera de chanter en chœur ».

Emotions in History – Lost and Found

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ISBN: 9786155053344 9786155225031 Year: Language: English
Publisher: Central European University Press
Subject: History
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Coming to terms with emotions and how they influence human behaviour, seems to be of the utmost importance to societies that are obsessed with everything “neuro.” On the other hand, emotions have become an object of constant individual and social manipulation since “emotional intelligence” emerged as a buzzword of our times. Reflecting on this burgeoning interest in human emotions makes one think of how this interest developed and what fuelled it. From a historian’s point of view, it can be t...

Why Do We Do What We Do? Motivation in History and the Social Sciences

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ISBN: 9783110417593 9783110427271 Year: Pages: 172 DOI: 10.2478/9783110417593 Language: English
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: History --- Social Sciences
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Why we do what we do is a matter of great interest to everyone, and everyone seems to have had their say about it – philosophers, sociologists, anthropologists, psychologists, economists, and historians perhaps the most, case by case. Occasionally the specialists have offered their ideas to a general readership, but mostly they prefer to speak to and with their fellows in their particular disciplines. To evaluate and compare their findings in a cross-disciplinary way is now for the first time attempted, by Ramsay MacMullen. Emeritus history professor from Yale University, he is the recipient of various academic awards, including a lifetime Award for Scholarly Distinction from the American Historical Association.

The Well-Being of Children. Philosophical and Social Scientific Approaches

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ISBN: 9783110450521 9783110450644 Year: Pages: 176 DOI: 10.1515/9783110450521 Language: English
Publisher: De Gruyter
Subject: Social Sciences --- History --- Mathematics
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This volume explores the questions related to the theory, practice, and policy of the well-being and well-becoming of children. It does so in a truly interdisciplinary way with a focus on the social sciences and philosophy, giving therefore justice to the growing insight that studying and promoting the well-being of children has a strong ethical component. It is dependent on the questions of good life, its conditions and cannot be separated from the concept of social justice and moral entitlements of children and their families. In this book, philosophers and social scientists, in close dialogue, shed light on some of the most challenging matters involved.

Language and Cognition

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Book Series: Frontiers Research Topics ISSN: 16648714 ISBN: 9782889196272 Year: Pages: 125 DOI: 10.3389/978-2-88919-627-2 Language: English
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Subject: Science (General) --- Neurology
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Interaction between language and cognition remains an unsolved scientific problem. What are the differences in neural mechanisms of language and cognition? Why do children acquire language by the age of six, while taking a lifetime to acquire cognition? What is the role of language and cognition in thinking? Is abstract cognition possible without language? Is language just a communication device, or is it fundamental in developing thoughts? Why are there no animals with human thinking but without human language? Combinations even among 100 words and 100 objects (multiple words can represent multiple objects) exceed the number of all the particles in the Universe, and it seems that no amount of experience would suffice to learn these associations. How does human brain overcome this difficulty?

Chapter: '‘Rapt Up with Joy’: Children’s Emotional Responses to Death in Early Modern England' from book: Death, Emotion and Childhood in Premodern Europe (Book chapter)

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Book Series: Palgrave Studies in the History of Childhood ISBN: 9781137571984 9781137571991 Year: Pages: 20 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-57199-1_5 Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Subject: Psychology --- History
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Valuable scholarship has been produced on parents’ responses to the deaths of children in early modern England, but the emotional experiences of the young themselves have rarely been explored. This chapter seeks to rectify this deficiency by viewing death through the child’s eyes. Taking advantage of recent insights from the history of emotions, Newton argues that dying children expressed diverse and conflicting passions, from fear to ecstasy. The underlying question is to what extent children’s experiences differed from those of adults. While the range of emotions was similar, the preoccupations of children differed; these included a concern about surviving siblings, and a more vivid imagination of heaven. Through highlighting such distinctions, we come closer to what it was like to be an early modern child.

New Boundaries Between Aging, Cognition, and Emotions

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Book Series: Frontiers Research Topics ISSN: 16648714 ISBN: 9782889456659 Year: Pages: 150 DOI: 10.3389/978-2-88945-665-9 Language: English
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Subject: Science (General) --- Psychology
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Numerous studies have reported age-related differences for emotional information. For example, when, compared to younger adults, older adults reveal a relative preference in attention and memory for positive over negative information. One explanation places emphasis on an emotion processing preference in older adults that reflects their socioemotional self-relevant goals.Based on evidence from behavioral and neuroscientific research, researchers have realized that it is necessary to propose a new conceptual framework to describe the relationship between cognition and emotion.Given the growing body of research focused on the interaction between emotions and cognition, our purpose is to provide a picture of the state of the art of the interaction between aging, cognition and emotions.

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