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Freud, lecteur et interprète de Goethe

Freud, lecteur et interprète de Goethe | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
En faisant état de sa lecture des textes de Goethe, Freud suggère une affinité touchant les processus de filiation ; il s’attribue à lui-même un statut analogue à celui de Goethe, celui du « favori de la mère », promis à un parcours « héroïque »...
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«Freud parviendra-t-il à maintenir, dans ses élaborations théorico-cliniques, cet équilibre des forces dont il emprunte le thème à la pensée de Goethe ? Il semble que l’invention de la technique analytique s’effectue partiellement sous l’égide de Méphisto. Alors que Goethe n’en finit pas de déployer, tout au long de son œuvre, une vaste fête florale, l’une des métaphores élues par Freud pour présider au jeu psychanalytique est celle de la défloration.»

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Anne Dalsuet "Y a-t-il une philia numérique ?" (notes 16 déc. 2013)

Intervention du 16 décembre 2013. Anne Dalsuet au séminaire EHESS d'Antonio A. Casilli « Étudier les cultures du numérique : approches théoriques et empiriqu...
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La termitière numérique peut aussi nous hisser au rang du politique [...]  Il s'agit d'utiliser les identités polyphoniques numériques qui peuvent susciter des comportements contestataires

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Reading is different online than off, experts say

Reading is different online than off, experts say | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it

"Our brains, neuroscientists warn, are developing new circuits with a big impact on non-digital reading."

 

“We can’t turn back,” [Doctor Maryanne] Wolf said. “We should be simultaneously reading to children from books, giving them print, helping them learn this slower mode, and at the same time steadily increasing their immersion into the technological, digital age. It’s both. We have to ask the question: What do we want to preserve?”

Wolf is training her own brain to be bi-literate. She went back to the Hesse novel the next night, giving herself distance, both in time and space, from her screens.

“I put everything aside. I said to myself, ‘I have to do this,’ ” she said. “It was really hard the second night. It was really hard the third night. It took me two weeks, but by the end of the second week I had pretty much recovered myself so I could enjoy and finish the book.”


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Slow reading versus online skimming. Training oneself to be bi-literate: digital reading and reading books. 

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Terheck's curator insight, April 8, 5:19 PM

Yes, I feel it personnaly quit different, and I still prefer to read on paper. While on screen, I read, as an activity aong others. When I take a book, I stop was I was doing, and start reading, just reading, beeing more focuses on what I read.

Helena Andrade Mendonça's curator insight, April 9, 6:28 AM

Reflexão sobre leitura no impresso e no digital . Ainda não tinha ouvido 'Bi-literacy' 

Julie Ekner Koch's curator insight, April 10, 3:45 AM

Are we becoming Twitter brains? We are losing the ability to read long texts if we don't preserve the analogue reading and writing. Our brain adapts to the digital way of skimming through texts, thereby losing the 'deep' comprehension created by offline reading

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IEML: A Project for a New Humanism. An interview with Pierre Lévy | CCCB LAB

IEML: A Project for a New Humanism. An interview with Pierre Lévy | CCCB LAB | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it

Pierre Lévy is a philosopher and a pioneer in the study of the impact of the Internet on human knowledge and culture. In Collective Intelligence. Mankind’s Emerging World in Cyberspace, published in French in 1994 (English translation in 1999), he describes a kind of collective intelligence that extends everywhere and is constantly evaluated and coordinated in real time, a collective human intelligence, augmented by new information technologies and the Internet. Since then, he has been working on a major undertaking: the creation of IEML (Information Economy Meta Language), a tool for the augmentation of collective intelligence by means of the algorithm medium. IEML, which already has its own grammar, is a metalanguage that includes the semantic dimension, making it computable. This in turn allows a reflexive representation of collective intelligence processes.


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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, March 26, 4:51 PM

"People have to accept their personal and collective responsibility. Because every time we create a link, every time we “like” something, every time we create a hashtag, every time we buy a book on Amazon, and so on, we transform the relational structure of the common memory. So we have a great deal of responsibility for what happens online. Whatever is happening is the result of what all the people are doing together; the Internet is an expression of human collective intelligence.

Therefore, we also have to develop critical thinking. Everything that you find on the Internet is the expression of particular points of view, that are neither neutral nor objective, but an expression of active subjectivities. Where does the money come from? Where do the ideas come from? What is the author’s pragmatic context? And so on. The more we know the answers to these questions, the greater the transparency of the source… and the more it can be trusted. This notion of making the source of information transparent is very close to the scientific mindset. Because scientific knowledge has to be able to answer questions such as: Where did the data come from? Where does the theory come from? Where do the grants come from? Transparency is the new objectivity."

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Penn Museum - Giant Sarcophagus Leads Penn Museum Team in Egypt To the Tomb of a Previously Unknown Pharaoh

Penn Museum - Giant Sarcophagus Leads Penn Museum Team in Egypt To the Tomb of a Previously Unknown Pharaoh | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia PA 19104
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The existence of an independent "Abydos Dynasty," contemporary with the 15th (Hyksos) and 16th (Theban) Dynasties,

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2013: The Year in Interactive Storytelling

2013: The Year in Interactive Storytelling | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
A collection of interactive stories, charts and maps by The New York Times in 2013.

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Powerful strories, wonderfully animated.I especially like "The Invisible Child" but the 1st story is technically amazing.

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First Stanford code poetry slam reveals the literary side of computer code

First Stanford code poetry slam reveals the literary side of computer code | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
The high-tech poetry competition, which explored how computer code can be read as poetic language, is accepting submissions for the next competition.

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My favorite (from Website link, previous slams):

All.go.rhythm   Paul Hertz

include everything.*; void wonder(Universe u) { while (ever || never) { for (Poem i in u.now()) { Word dust = u.speak(i); for (Moment mote in dust) { wonder(new Universe(mote)); } } } }
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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, December 28, 2013 10:57 PM

So what exactly is code poetry? According to Kagen, "Code poetry can mean a lot of different things depending on whom you ask.

"It can be a piece of text that can be read as code and run as program, but also read as poetry. It can mean a human language poetry that has mathematical elements and codes in it, or even code that aims for elegant expression within severe constraints, like a haiku or a sonnet, or code that generates automatic poetry. Poems that are readable to humans and readable to computers perform a kind of cyborg double coding."

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Jill Tarter: Join the SETI search

The SETI Institute's Jill Tarter makes her TED Prize wish: to accelerate our search for cosmic company. Using a growing array of radio telescopes, she and her team listen for patterns that may be a sign of intelligence elsewhere in the universe.

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Search for extra-terrestrial intelligence could shift our perspective, dissolve the tribes lines and we could see ourselves as Eathlings

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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, December 10, 2013 12:23 AM

“Ultimately, we actually all belong to only one tribe, to Earthlings.”

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How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses | Wired.com

How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses | Wired.com | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
Students in Matamoros, Mexico weren't getting much out of school -- until a radical new teaching method unlocked their potential.

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Waldo Conti-Bosso's curator insight, October 17, 2013 9:11 AM

An Unforgettable Encounter between Paulo Freire and Seymour Papert (1990´s)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BejbAwuEBGs

Do século XX: Ler, escrever e calcular (reading, writing and arithimetic).

Para o século XXI: Trabalhar em equipe, resolver problemas e habilidades de relacionamentos interpessoais (teamwork, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills)

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Building Seagram | Phyllis Lambert à l'honneur | Biographies, récits, essais

Building Seagram | Phyllis Lambert à l'honneur | Biographies, récits, essais | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
Oui, c'est bel et bien une jeune Phyllis Lambert de 27 ans qu'on voit ici, en 1955, aux côtés du réputé architecte Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, devant la maquette de ce...

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Bibliomancienne's curator insight, April 14, 2013 7:50 PM

'Publié par les prestigieuses éditions Yale University Press (hélas, pas de version française prévue par cette très anglo-saxonne maison), l'ouvrage de 320 pages, rédigé d'une plume vive et abondamment illustré, a reçu dimanche dernier une critique dithyrambique dans le New York Times, mais aussi dans leNational Post et le magazine spécialisé Artinfo.com."

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Applied Hope — American Dreamers

Applied Hope — American Dreamers | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
Commencement remarks to the Natural Science School, University of California at Berkeley, 15 May 2011 The early bioneer Bill McLarney was st…
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Thus most of the world’s brains are in the South, half are in the heads of women, and most are in the heads of poor people. As an emerging global nervous system and millions of new civil-society organizations start to knit together that collective intelligence—the most powerful thing we know in the Universe—innovation and collaboration are starting to overcome stagnation and squabbles. The search for intelligent life on Earth continues, but as we all strive to become much higher primates, some promising specimens are turning up just in time: each of you here today.  

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Marina Abramović and Ulay

Marina Abramović and Ulay | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
Marina Abramovic and Ulay started an intense love story in the 70s, performing art out of the van they lived in. When they felt the relationship had run its course, they decided to walk the Great W...

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La comunicación más allá de las palabras

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« Khhhhhhh » Marina Yaguello : L’invention des langues - Un Nouveau festival 2013

Les hommes ne se contentent pas de parler les langues, ils les rêvent aussi ; et ces rêves prennent des formes diverses : quête chimérique d’une langue primitive mythique, la « lingua adamica » ; création utopique d’une langue parfaite, expression...
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La brillante linguiste Marina Yaguello sur l'invention des #langues et les langues imaginaires dans le cadre du Festival Khhhhhh au centre Pompidou le 28 février 2013. (Vidéo 1h10)

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Tibet : Tibetan self-immolated in Luchu | dossiertibet

Tibet : Tibetan self-immolated in Luchu | dossiertibet | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it

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So so sad...Is China completely blind and deaf to Tibet's pain?

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Ten Years, Ten Thoughts

Ten Years, Ten Thoughts | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
Stories are the glue, holding information together in some semblance of order, for our brains to process into knowledge.
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Edge: THE END OF THEORY By Chris Anderson

Edge: THE END OF THEORY By Chris Anderson | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it

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The Age of the Petabyte. Way way past the Age of Aquarius, up in the cloud!

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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, March 31, 6:06 PM

"Digital humanity apparently crossed from one watershed to another over the last few years. Now we are noticing. Noticing usually helps. We'll converge on one or two names for the new watershed and watch what induction tells us about how it works and what it's good for."

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Favorisez l'intelligence collective et émotionnelle

Favorisez l'intelligence collective et émotionnelle | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
Etre et faire mieux ensemble

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Claude Emond's curator insight, March 25, 5:45 PM

Topic d'Alain Pascail sur Scoop.it. Merci pour cela, Alain 

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Digital publishing: How it will evolve in 2014 and beyond

Digital publishing: How it will evolve in 2014 and beyond | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
The future of publishing is entering a new golden era that will make publishing available to more people. Twitter, new long-form content distributers and an increase in digital ad spending will support this new era.

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"And while digital publications are typically sold at a lower per-unit cost, profit margins are much higher – from 41 percent to 75 percent as publishers make the transition from print to digital."

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Tek-Gnostics: Navigating the Apocalypse 1.6 – Babylon Revisited.

Tek-Gnostics: Navigating the Apocalypse 1.6 – Babylon Revisited. | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
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Like a fractal, media-driven freedom movements expand outward... duplicating, not exactly… but organically… to the farthest reaches of earth.

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Les élites débordées par le numérique

Les élites débordées par le numérique | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
Gouvernants, syndicats ou lobbys traditionnels se révèlent désemparés face aux nouvelles pratiques économiques et sociales nées avec Internet.
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« Les élites françaises n'ont pas été entraînées à réussir dans le monde mais dans le centre de Paris

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La montée vers la noosphère de Pierre Lévy

texte intégral disponible ici : http://www.erudit.org/revue/socsoc/2000/v32/n2/001433ar.pdf


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«Libéré de la peur par le feu, l’homme a pu inventer

la technique, le langage et la religion. Libérés par l’art de la platitude du réel, nous avons commencé à projeter des mondes. Libérés de la mémoire par l’écriture, nous avons accéléré l’histoire. Libérés de la raison et du calcul par l’ordinateur, nous sommes en train de rassembler notre intelligence collective.» Un texte éblouissant!

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Claude Emond's curator insight, November 24, 2013 8:32 PM

Un des textes les plus importants que j'ai lus sur l'avénement de l'internet, son rôle dans l'accélération de notre prise de conscience collective et son importance pour notre avenir. Par Pierre Lévy, un pionnier de l'intelligence collective et, pour moi, le premier philosophe du cyberespace. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_L%C3%A9vy_(philosophe) 

 

Mlik Sahib's curator insight, November 25, 2013 10:51 PM
"La culture est devenue un seul tissu urbain, économique, hypertextuel, cognitif,techno-scientifique, affectif. Le tissu du sens trouve progressivement son unité dans la noosphère. En ce lieu convergent toutes les lignées spirituelles, comme elles conver-gent désormais en chacun de nous, puisque nous sommes des planétaires, fils et filles de toutes les religions, recevant simultanément les messages de tous les prophètes, de tous les saints, de tous les sages, de tous les éveillés. Ces messages brûlants, transmis depuis que l’homme a dérobé le feu duciel, sont parvenus jusqu’à nous et nous touchent, ici et maintenant. En ce lieu virtuel convergent les découvertes de tous les temps, les inventions de tous les lieux, les savoirs innombrables de toutes les lignées de connaissance et de pratique. Comme ils convergent désormais en chacun de nous.Nous sommes les fils et les filles de toutes les sciences et de toutes les techniques. Dans l’espace de communication universelle convergent toutes les paroles, toutes les langues, tous les récits, toutes les œuvres d’arts, comme ils convergent en chacun de nous, nous parvenant du fond de longues lignées de chanteurs, de danseurs, de comédiens et d’artistes. Nous sommes les fils et les filles de tous les poètes. Tous les efforts humains pour élargir notre conscience convergent dans une noosphère qui, désormais, noushabite, parce qu’elle est l’objectivation de la conscience et de l’intelligence collective de l’humanité"
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Décès du poète Clément Marchand, doyen des poètes québécois (une lettre de Claude Beausoleil)

c'est avec une grande tristesse que je vous annonce le décès le 22 avril, à Trois-Rivières, du grand grand poète Clément Marchand. 

À l'âge de 100 ans, il était le doyen des poètes québécois.

Lucide, charmeur, informé il a séduit et conduit plusieurs générations de poètes à réfléchir sur la ville, 

la poésie, les minorités sociales, la langue française dans le monde.

Poète et éditeur, penseur et homme de coeur, il est un des phares de la poésie du Québec. 

Les soirs rouges est son grand livre ouvert sur l'universel. 

Saluons cette parole poétique. 

Lui qui a écrit «Pour avoir raison,  il faut durer. » donne sûrement une leçon de courage, de passion pour la vie et d'optimisme humaniste.

Calue Beausoleil 


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Freud, lecteur et interprète de Goethe

Freud, lecteur et interprète de Goethe | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
En faisant état de sa lecture des textes de Goethe, Freud suggère une affinité touchant les processus de filiation ; il s’attribue à lui-même un statut analogue à celui de Goethe, celui du « favori de la mère », promis à un parcours « héroïque »...
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«Freud parviendra-t-il à maintenir, dans ses élaborations théorico-cliniques, cet équilibre des forces dont il emprunte le thème à la pensée de Goethe ? Il semble que l’invention de la technique analytique s’effectue partiellement sous l’égide de Méphisto. Alors que Goethe n’en finit pas de déployer, tout au long de son œuvre, une vaste fête florale, l’une des métaphores élues par Freud pour présider au jeu psychanalytique est celle de la défloration.»

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Shift_Learning: The 7 Most Powerful Idea Shifts In Learning Today

Shift_Learning: The 7 Most Powerful Idea Shifts In Learning Today | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
So we're taking a stand here. This is all incredibly subjective, but so are the VH1 Top 100 Hair Bands Videos and those are fun,…

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A natural consequence of digital and social media, transparency is the opposite of closed, traditional schooling, where the walls of the classroom are tick and the local teachers and policies govern, judge, and process everything.

 
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Pierre Levy's curator insight, March 19, 2013 12:37 PM

The good news is, many of the elements of a progressive learning environment—e.g., digital literacy, connectivism, and play—conveniently, and not coincidentally, work together. And better yet, collectively they can reduce the burden on those managing the learning because they place the learner at the center.

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How Evernote Is Revolutionzing My Classroom - Edudemic

How Evernote Is Revolutionzing My Classroom - Edudemic | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
The great Evernote experiment is underway in the UK. Adam Webster details how he went all-digital with the help of iPads and Evernote.

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A UK teacher's experiment with a class of 22 schoolchildren using iPads and Evernote: "They have annotated poems online, created a glossary of poetic terms, a video poem of one of Hughes’ poems, an eBook of their favorite poems which they have designed and illustrated, as well as curating notes on how to begin the process of analysing poetry and examples of them having a go at the very challenging task."

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Pierre Levy's curator insight, March 16, 2013 6:24 PM

Evernote would do two of the key things I really needed – it allows my students to curate their work (which can be produced in a multitude of mediums) in an orderly, logical fashion, and, perhaps most exciting, it allowed me to observe their work as they created it, through shared notebooks. In addition to this, we have utilized other parts of the Evernote family by using Skitch and Penultimate which automatically sync drawings and handwritten notes amongst other things) straight to your main Evernote folders.

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Comedian Beppe Grillo turns blog into Italy's third-largest political movement (Wired UK)

Comedian Beppe Grillo turns blog into Italy's third-largest political movement (Wired UK) | The Spirit of the Times | Scoop.it
A comedian on an anti-corruption crusade, Beppe Grillo's success (and his political movement) has been built on the back of his blo

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Pierre Levy's curator insight, February 26, 2013 8:56 AM

The policies he's espoused are similarly removed from centre. A 20-hour working week, free internet for everyone, free tablets for schoolchildren, a freeze on interest payments that could make the country default on its debt, tax cuts for working people, stricture rules to punish and prevent corruption, strong new environmental laws and increased corporate transparency. There's even a proposal to replace PIL (Gross Domestic Product in Italian) with BIL (Gross Domestic Happiness). It's avowedly populist, and the Demos study shows that it has attracted both left- and right-wing voters.