LES INTERPRÉTATIONS DES MONDES POSSIBLES

Posted On Dec 11 2017 by

The real world in which we live is accessible to us by a multitude of images or descriptions of the states; in this world, one plus one is two. Cicero was a great orator, Bucharest is the capital of Romania, Cinderella did not really exist, it was only a character of a fairy tale. The concept of “possible worlds” has its origin in Leibnizian philosophy; this theory has also been valued in semantics (Kaarlo Ja¬akko Hintikka, Peter Frederik Strawson, Hilary Putnam at al.) as the universe of language discourse. A possible world is a general and abstract mental representation, a …


CORPS FANTASME ET SOCIETE DANS LA METAMORPHOSE DE FRANZ KAFKA

Posted On Dec 11 2017 by

The Metamorphosis provides one the most disconcerting examples of Franz Kafka’s vision of the human existence. For Kafka, the human condition is absurd and man fully feels the existential misfortune in the labyrinth of a reality that escapes him. Kafka’s work had a major influence on the twentieth century’s literature, notably on the theater of the fifties, by the alienating view that makes beings strange and alien to themselves, separated from their essence, and in constant search for the meaning of existence. This alienating vision of the individual that wanders aimlessly in an incoherent, labyrinthine, and meaningless world can also …


DE L’EFFRACTION DU RÊVE DANS LA RÉALITÉ : TROIS CONJECTURES SUR LE RÊVE

Posted On Dec 11 2017 by

More than one thousand years ago in France, « dreaming » and « going insane » had the same radical « esver » that expressed the meanderness of our minds. The elders seemed to have seen a correlation that today in modern French seems lost. We will look at a semiology of the dreamer’s conditions and their similarities with certain mental disorders. We will thus sketch the idea of a nosology of the dream. We propose three conjectures: the mechanisms of certain psychiatric disorders are identical with the state of the dreamer within his dream; the dream precedes reality in …


(Română) DES CADRES DE L’EXPÉRIENCE AUX CADRES DE LA CONVERSATION

Posted On Feb 22 2017 by

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(Română) AUTOREPRÉSENTATION IRONIQUE DANS LES ROMANS FRANÇAIS DE MILAN KUNDERA

Posted On Jul 18 2014 by

Kundera’s French novels often blur the delimitation of the several voices of the text (author, narrator, reader, characters) because of the evasiveness of their criteria. The characters thus display more mobility and flexibility in a shifting narrative textual space. This clever game of masks (a reflection of virtual evolutions of our present world), is handled by a masterly irony which reduces possibilities of getting a hold on these ultra-modern identities. But, paradoxically, such identities must originate in some in some powerful, highly productive matrix. As some writers would use metaphor or cryptic writing, Kundera’s irony places a mask over an …


LE SCEAU DE LA VÉRITÉ

Posted On Oct 18 2011 by

Le travail proposé, qui se déroulera en deux temps et qui portera sur un corpus constitué d’interviews radiophoniques d’hommes du monde politique, visera à montrer : -d’une part que les réponses apportées laissent transparaître des réalités qui seront voulues comme perceptibles (voulues, c’est-à-dire que ces univers ne seront pas nécessairement décrits) et qui s’avèreront être très orientées et subjectives, -d’autre part que ces réponses se voient discrètement estampillées du sceau de la vérité, garant d’un parlé vrai. Dans un premier temps, nous verrons comment l’éthos discursif se voit construit au fil du discours au travers d’une non-objectivité évidente, et comment, …