Hobbes à l'agrégation

un cours d'Émile Durkheim suivi par Marcel Mauss

Author: Émile Durkheim,Marcel Mauss,Jean-François Bert

Publisher: Editions de l'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

ISBN: 9782713223198

Category:

Page: 59

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En 1895, Hobbes est au programme de l'agrégation de philosophie. Nous voici en présence des notes inédites prises par Marcel Mauss pendant le cours que donne Emile Durkheim devant un public fidèle et actif. Sont ainsi mises en relief les préoccupations du sociologue au milieu des années 1890. Déchirement du tissu social, rôle de l'Etat et de la famille, fonction sociale de la religion: comment fait-on pour vivre ensemble ? - des questions centrales pour l'histoire des sciences sociales que posait Hobbes et qu'actualise Durkheim.

Affectivity and the Social Bond

Transcendence, Economy and Violence in French Social Theory

Author: Tiina Arppe

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317184661

Category: Social Science

Page: 256

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Affectivity and the Social Bond offers a fresh and original perspective on the relationship between affectivity and transcendence in nineteenth and twentieth century French social theory. Engaging in a conceptual analysis of the works of Comte, Durkheim, Bataille and Girard, this book exposes a major transformation brought about by the sociological gaze in understandings of affectivity and its relationship to both sociality and transcendence in nineteenth century social thought: the ambivalence between the transcendence of the social and the immanence of affective experience. Revealing the manner in which questions of violence and economy are intertwined in the sociological analysis of affectivity, Affectivity and the Social Bond reflects upon the problem of controlling affectivity, alongside the political implications and possible dangers of a sociological model which seeks the roots of the social bond first and foremost in the affective realm. A rigorous engagement with the classics of French social theory, their treatment of human affectivity and its relationship to social integration and regulation, this book will appeal not only to sociologists and social theorists, but also to those with interests in social and political philosophy and the history of ideas.

Durkheimian Studies/Études Durkheimiennes

Author: W. Watts Miller,W. S. F. Pickering

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781782381518

Category: Social Science

Page: 150

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SECTION I The Mystery of Some 'Last Things' of Emile Durkheim: Notes for a Research Project W.S.F. Pickering Decouverte d'une archive: l' Esquisse d'une theorie de la magie Jean-Francois Bert Durkheim's Lost Argument (1895-1955): Critical Moves on Method and Truth Stephane Baciocchi and Jean-Louis Fabiani Lecon inaugurale: Pragmatisme et Sociologie / Inaugural Lecture: Pragmatism and Sociology, 1913 Emile Durkheim edited and translated by Stephane Baciocchi, Jean-Louis Fabiani and Willie Watts Miller Introduction Transcription Translation SECTION II Durkheim's 'Dualism of Human Nature': Personal Identity and Social Links Giovanni Paoletti From Ideas to Ideals: Effervescence as the Key to Understanding Morality Raquel Weiss Echange, don, reciprocite: l'acte de 'donner' chez Simmel et Durkheim Luca Guizzardi and Luca Martignani SECTION III REVIEW ARTICLE Les carrieres de Durkheim en Amerique, Angleterre et France Matthieu Bera BOOK REVIEWS Emile Durkheim, Hobbes a l'agregation. Un cours d'Emile Durkheim suivi par Marcel Mauss, J-F. Bert (ed.) Jean Terrier Emile Durkheim, Les Regles de la methode sociologique, Laurent Mucchielli (ed.) Dominique Merllie Philippe Steiner. Durkheim and the Birth of Economic Sociology, trans. Keith Tribe A.M.C. Waterman Jean Terrier, Visions of the Social: Society as a Political Project in France 1750-1950 Susan Stedman Jones Jean-Francois Bert, Marcel Mauss, Henri Hubert et la sociologie des religions. Penser et ecrire a deux Nick Allen Derek Robbins, French Post-War Social Theory Mike Gane Anni Greve, Sanctuaries of the City: Lessons from Tokyo Caitlin Meagher

emile Durkheim

A Biography

Author: Marcel Fournier

Publisher: Polity

ISBN: 9780745646459

Category: Social Science

Page: 700

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This book will become the standard work on the life and thought of Émile Durkheim, one of the great founding fathers of sociology. Durkheim remains one of the most widely read thinkers in the social sciences and every student of sociology, anthropology and related subjects must study his now-classic books. He brought about a revolution in the social sciences: the defence of the autonomy of sociology as a science, the systematic elaboration of rules and methods for studying the social, the condemnation of racial theories, the critique of Eurocentrism and the rehabilitation of the humanity of ‘the primitive’. He defended the dignity of the individual, the freedom of the press, democratic institutions and the essential liberal values of tolerance and pluralism. At the same time he was critical of laisser-faire economics and he defended the values of solidarity and community life. In many ways, Durkheim’s rich intellectual heritage has become part of the self-understanding of our time. Despite his enormous influence, the last major biography of Durkheim appeared more than 30 years ago. Since then, the opening up of archives and the discovery of manuscripts, correspondence with friends and close collaborators, administrative reports and notes taken by students have all provided a wealth of new material about his life and work. Meticulously documented, Marcel Fournier’s new biography sheds fresh light on Durkheim’s personality and character, his relationship with Judaism, his family life, his relations with friends and collaborators, his political and administrative responsibilities and his political views. This book will be indispensable to students and scholars throughout the social sciences and will appeal to a wide readership interested in knowing more about the life and work of one of the most original and influential thinkers of the twentieth century.

The Enigma of the Gift

Author: Maurice Godelier

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226300450

Category: Social Science

Page: 256

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When we think of giving gifts, we think of exchanging objects that carry with them economic or symbolic value. But is every valuable thing a potentially exchangeable item, whose value can be transferred? In The Enigma of the Gift, the distinguished French anthropologist Maurice Godelier reassesses the significance of gifts in social life by focusing on sacred objects, which are never exchanged despite the value they possess. Beginning with an analysis of the seminal work of Marcel Mauss and Claude Lévi-Strass, and drawing on his own fieldwork in Melanesia, Godelier argues that traditional theories are flawed because they consider only exchangeable gifts. By explaining gift-giving in terms of sacred objects and the authoritative conferral of power associated with them, Godelier challenges both recent and traditional theories of gift-giving, provocatively refreshing a traditional debate. Elegantly translated by Nora Scott, The Enigma of the Gift is at once a major theoretical contribution and an essential guide to the history of the theory of the gift.

Louis Althusser et quelques autres

Notes de cours 1958-1959 - Hyppolite, Badiou, Lacan, Hegel, Marx, Alain, Wallon

Author: Emile Jalley

Publisher: Editions L'Harmattan

ISBN: 233634999X

Category: Philosophy

Page: 428

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Les Cours pour la préparation à l'agrégation de philosophie de l'année 1958-1959 de Louis Althusser et Jean Hyppolite forment 150 pages de documents originaux totalement inconnus jusqu'à ce jour et d'une remarquable qualité de pensée : ils sont un témoignage précieux de l'état encore brillant de la philosophie universitaire au tournant des années 60. Un véritable scoop aussi est la découverte d'un Louis Althusser très étonnant, totalement différent de ce qu'en a fait l'histoire à partir de 1965.

Moral Education

Author: Émile Durkheim

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486143457

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

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18 lectures by influential theorist discuss development of a sense of discipline; willingness to behave in collective interest; autonomy; discipline and child psychology; punishment; altruism; influence of school environment; more.

Émile Durkheim

1858-1917

Author: Marcel Fournier

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Sociologie

Page: 940

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Fils et petit-fils de rabbin, né à Épinal en 1858, Émile Durkheim refuse de suivre la voie familiale. Agrégé de philosophie, il devient professeur de sciences sociales à Bordeaux et commence la rédaction de ses ouvrages de sociologie. Sachant s'entourer des collaborateurs les plus zélés (Célestin Bouglé, Paul Fauconnet, Maurice Halbwachs, Robert Hertz, Henri Hubert, Paul Lapie, Emmanuel Lévy, Marcel Mauss, Paul Richard, François Simiand, etc.), il crée avec eux en 1896 une revue, L'Année sociologique, et forme ce qu'il est convenu d'appeler l'école française de sociologie. Voilà pourquoi Marcel Fournier s'intéresse non seulement à l'homme, mais aussi à tous ceux qui l'ont entouré et ont participé avec lui à la fondation de cette nouvelle école de pensée, souvent qualifiée à l'époque de " réalisme social ". Dans cette biographie, à la fois intellectuelle et collective, l'auteur ne laisse rien au hasard de la vie et de l'œuvre considérable du fondateur de la sociologie en France. De De La Division du travail social (1893) aux Formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse (1912), en passant par Les Règles de la méthode sociologique (1895) et Le Suicide (1897), les préoccupations majeures de Durkheim (l'individu, la famille, le travail, la politique, la morale, la religion, la maladie, la guerre, la mort) résonnent aujourd'hui avec autant d'acuité. Si c'est une vie avant tout consacrée à la recherche et à l'enseignement que l'on découvre ici, c'est aussi une existence qui, sans être partisane, est sincèrement engagée : dans l'affaire Dreyfus, dans la séparation de l'Église et de l'État, dans la montée du socialisme en France. Enfin, profondément marqué par la mélancolie et la tragédie, Durkheim parviendra difficilement à supporter les malheurs d'une vie - la perte de son fils à la guerre -, d'une société et d'une époque.

Moonwatch Only

60 Years of OMEGA Speedmaster

Author: Grégoire Rossier,Anthony Marquie

Publisher: Watchprint.com Sarl

ISBN: 9782940506170

Category:

Page: 566

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-A new edition of this definitive book, marking the 60th anniversary of the Speedmaster -Includes new features and additional historical information "The OMEGA Speedmaster Professional - the Moonwatch - has done things that no other timepiece has done and it has been worn in places that only a few human beings have been." - Captain Eugene Cernan, last man on the moon "It is an indescribable reference work and a true must-have for every Speedmaster collector." - Forbes There are very few timepieces in the world that deserve a definitive and comprehensive book. The OMEGA Speedmaster Professional Moonwatch is one of them. Initially designed for automobile racing teams and engineers, the Omega Speedmaster embarked on a very different trajectory when NASA chose it to accompany astronauts heading for the Moon in 1965. Its involvement in the space adventure has propelled the Moonwatch to the top of the list of celebrated timepieces. After years of research and observation, the authors present a complete panorama of the Moonwatch in a systematic work that is both technical and attractive, making it the unparalleled reference book for this legendary watch. This new edition, marking the 60th anniversary of the Speedmaster, has been enriched with numerous new features and additional historical information. Contents: Foreword by Raynald Aeschlimann, President and CEO of OMEGA; Foreword by Captain Eugene Cernan, Commander of Apollo 17; Why a Speedmaster Moonwatch guide?; Part 1 - Speedmaster History; 1, Major Dates; 2, Speedmaster and NASA 25; Part 2 - Main Components and Accessories; 1, An Original Approach; 2, The Caliber; 3, The Caseband; 4, The Dial; 5, The Bezel; 6, The Hands; 7, The Caseback; 8, The Crown; 9, The Pushers; 10, The Glass; 11, The Bracelet; 12, The Presentation Box; 13, The Documents; Part 3 - The Models; 1, Introduction; 2, Standard Production; 3, Special and Limited Series; 4, Personalized Models and Special Projects; 5, The Alaska Project; Part 4 - 60 Years of Innovation; Part 5 - How to Start Collecting Speedmasters; 1, Budget; 2, Choosing a Model; 3, Sales Channels; Part 6 - Appendices; 1, Model Codes; 2, Tables & Bibliography; 3, Contributions; 4, Identification Aid

Montesquieu

Author: Émile Durkheim

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 9780952993605

Category: Social Science

Page: 206

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Louis Dumont, who died in 1998, was one of the most important figures in post-war French anthropology. He is well-known for his early work on India, which culminated inHomo Hierarchicus(1966; in English 1972, 1980), an anthropological account of the caste system. He later extended this work into a comparison of the values of Indian and western society in works likeEssays on Individualism(1986) andGerman ideology: From France to Germany and Back(1994). He is also known for pioneering work on kinship in south India and more generally (for exampleAffinity as a Value, 1983). The current volume represents the fruits of this side of his activities and originated in as a series of lectures providing an account of the British and French schools for students. Robert Parkinis a Departmental Lecturer in Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford. He has a longstanding interest in the anthropology of kinship, represented byKinship: an Introduction to Basic Concepts(1997) andKinship and Family: n Anthropological Reader(2004, edited with Linda Stone). He has also published a full-length study of Dumont in the same Berghahn series (Louis Dumont and hierarchical opposition, 2003).

Women and Gender in Jewish Philosophy

Author: Hava Tirosh-Samuelson

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253216737

Category: Philosophy

Page: 356

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Proceedings of a conference held Feb. 25-26, 2001 at Arizona State University.

Sociology and Philosophy (Routledge Revivals)

Author: Emile Durkheim

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135174245

Category: Philosophy

Page: 154

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First published in English in 1953, this volume represents a collection of three essays written by seminal sociologist and philsopher Emile Durkheim in which he puts forward the thesis that society is both a dynamic system and the seat of moral life. Each essay stands alone, but their connecting thread is the dialectic demonstration that a phenomenon, be a sociological or psychological one, is relatively independent of its matrix. The essays provide a valuable insight into Durkeheimian thought on sociological and philsophical matters and offer an excellent guide to Durkheim for students of both disciplines.

Visions of the Social

Society as a Political Project in France, 1750-1950

Author: Jean Terrier

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 900420153X

Category: Social Science

Page: 216

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Taking the example of France between the Enlightenment and the Second World War and focusing especially on the connection between social theories and political projects, this book provides an original analysis of French scholarly debates on the nature of society.

Religion of the Semites

The Fundamental Institutions

Author: William Smith

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351493698

Category: Religion

Page: 507

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Scottish Semiticist and Arabist William Robertson Smith was a celebrated biblical critic, theorist of religion, and theorist of myth. His accomplishments were multiple. Smith's German mentors reconstructed the history of Israelite religion from the Bible itself; Smith ventured outside the Bible to Semitic religion and thereby pioneered the comparative study of religion. Where others viewed religion from the standpoint of the individual, Smith approached religion-at least ancient religion-from the standpoint of the group. He asserted that ancient religion was centrally a matter of practice, not creed, and singlehandedly created the ritualist theory of myth. Since Smith's time, the ritualist theory of myth has found adherents not only in biblical studies but in classics, anthropology, and literature as well.Smith's accomplishments are seen most fully in Religion of the Semites, adapted from a number of public lectures he gave at Aberdeen, and first published in 1889. Smith delivered three courses of lectures over three years. It is this set that is reprinted here. Only recently were the notes for the second and third courses of lectures discovered and published.Religion of the Semites combines extraordinary philological erudition with brilliant theorizing. Among the fundamental emphases of the book are the foci on sacrifice as the key ritual and non-ancient sacrifice as communion with God rather than as penance for sin. Most important is Smith's use of the comparative method: he uses cross-cultural examples from other ""primitive peoples"" to confirm his reconstruction from Semitic sources.Smith combines pioneering sociology and anthropology with a staunchly Christian faith. For him, Christianity is an expression of divine revelation. For Smith, only continuing revelation can account for the leap from the collective, ritualistic, and materialistic nature of ancient Semitic religion to the individualistic, creedal, and spiritualized nature of Christianity. Lectures on th

Introduction to the Work of Marcel Mauss

Author: Claude Levi-Strauss

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136188800

Category: Social Science

Page: 104

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First published in 1987. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Second Sex (Vintage Feminism Short Edition)

Author: Simone de Beauvoir

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1473521912

Category: Philosophy

Page: 144

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Vintage Feminism: classic feminist texts in short form WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY NATALIE HAYNES When this book was first published in 1949 it was to outrage and scandal. Never before had the case for female liberty been so forcefully and successfully argued. De Beauvoir’s belief that ‘One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman’ switched on light bulbs in the heads of a generation of women and began a fight for greater equality and economic independence. These pages contain the key passages of the book that changed perceptions of women forever. TRANSLATED BY CONSTANCE BORDE AND SHEILA MALOVANY-CHEVALLIER ANNOTATED AND INTRODUCED BY MARTINE REID