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  1. Fragments D'Inconnu: Pour Une Histoire du Sujet.Pascal Michon - 2010 - Les Éditions du Cerf.
    La figure de l'individu, qui a dominé la philosophie et les sciences sociales au cours des trois dernières décennies, semble à bout de souffle. Partout, singuliers et collectifs cherchent à dépasser la simple adaptation au monde fluide imposé par le capitalisme mondialisé et à redevenir les agents de leur propre vie. Au nord comme au sud, un immense désir de subjectivation est en train de gagner nos sociétés. Pourtant, la figure du sujet reste confuse. Longtemps identifiée à une entité naturelle, (...)
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    Marcel Mauss retrouvé. Origines de l'anthropologie du rythme.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    P. Michon, Marcel Mauss retrouvé. Origines de l'anthropologie du rythme, Paris, Rhuthmos, coll. « Rythmologies », 2015, 130 p. Si vous désirez le livre SOUS SA FORME IMPRIMÉE, envoyez-nous un mail à [email protected] Vous pouvez également le commander sur Amazon.fr ou sur tout autre site plus accessible pour vous. Marcel Mauss est l'un de ceux qui ont le plus fait pour la théorie du rythme au XXe siècle. Pourtant, parmi ses héritiers directs, seul Gurvitch a prolongé sa - Anthropologie – (...)
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    Rythmologie baroque.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Exposé présenté lors de la journée d'études CRAL-EHESS par Christophe Corbier, Marielle Macé et Esteban Buch, « Histoire du rythme, histoire des rythmes » – Paris – 12 décembre 2014. - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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    4. Birth of a Rhythmological Conflict.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Janina Wellmann's analyses are extremely valuable because they provide us with new historical evidence that can only improve our understanding of a very obscure past. But the general interpretations she proposes are quite questionable. The idea that after 1800 a “Rhythm Episteme” has dominated the field of knowledge erases the very acute conflict that broke out in the early years of the 19th century between poetic and artistic rhythmologies, inspired by a common - Sur le concept de rythme (...)
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  5. Le rythme aujourd'hui : quelques notes introductives.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte a été présenté lors de la journée d'études « CHANGER DE RYTHME, CHANGER DE SENS » organisée par Maria Manca (Paris 7), Jean Lambert (Paris 10) et Sandra Bornand (CNRS/LLACAN), journée dont on trouvera le programme ici. L'augmentation du nombre des études rythmiques La première chose qui saute aux yeux quand on traverse les textes consacrés récemment aux phénomènes rythmiques ou utilisant le rythme comme concept opératoire – toutes définitions confondues –, c'est tout simplement l'augmentation (...) - 3. (...)
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  6. Rhythm as Form of Physiopsychological Process.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    From Physiology to Psychology After 1860 psychology began to emancipate itself from philosophy and to bond with natural science, especially physiology. But there was no direct translation of the rhythm concept from the latter to the former. This can be exemplified by looking at the contributions of the physiologist and psychologist Karl von Vierordt. Vierordt was educated as a medical doctor and began studying breath in the 1840s. Then his interest - Psychologie – Nouvel article.
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  7. Rhythm in Physiology – Peripatetic School's Problems.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter NB : This text is a section of larger work on rhythm in Antiquity. Rhythm in Physiology – Peripatetic School's Problems In the Προβλήματα – Problems, which is an Aristotelian or more probably pseudo-Aristotelian collection of questions and answers gradually assembled by members of the peripatetic school, the concept of rhythm mutates again. The gap between the Aristotelian sophisticated analyses developed in Rhetoric and Poetics and the gross definitions given in - Médecine – Nouvel article.
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  8. André Caplet – Épiphanie (d'après une légende éthiopienne).Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
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  9. Conclusion – An Essay on Rhuthmology – The Naturalistic Cluster — Part 1.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter In the first volume of this series, we followed the emergence and the conflicting development in Antiquity of three rhythmic paradigms which have been active in Western thought ever since: the Democritean physical, the Platonic metric, and the Aristotelian poetic paradigms. We observed how the two rhuthmic models disappeared in the last centuries before the Current Era and how the Platonic model, with its metric and idealistic dimensions, subsequently acquired complete - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  10. Conclusion – An Essay on Rhuthmology – The Naturalistic Cluster — Part 2.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Main Features of the Naturalistic Cluster A first important result of our analysis has been to show that, despite obvious differences, Deleuze and Guattari shared fundamental views with Serres and Morin. 2.1 Methodologically and epistemologically, the dynamic perspective advocated in A Thousand Plateaus was very close to that defended in The Birth of Physics and not far removed from that presented in Method, even if the latter might seem almost opposite at first glance. - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  11. Conclusion – An Essay on Rhuthmology – The Naturalistic Cluster — Part 3.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Divisions Within the Naturalistic Cluster Naturally, we also found that Deleuze and Guattari's interpretation of the rhuthmic perspective diverged on a certain number of issues from Serres' and particularly from Morin's. 3.1 Regarding methodology and epistemology, although, as already noticed, this argument should not be overestimated, there was an obvious difference between the angles from which each theory was developed. Whereas Morin advocated synthesis based on - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  12. Conclusion – An Essay on Rhuthmology – The Naturalistic Cluster — Part 4.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Insights and Difficulties Concerning Language Such differences within the naturalistic group should not be underestimated. They showed that a fairly wide range of ethical and political positions could arise from the same basic assumptions. However, they should not be overestimated either, firstly because of the fundamental points of agreement observed above, but also, paradoxically, because of the common difficulties in tackling questions relating mainly to linguistics, - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  13. Conclusion – An Essay on Rhuthmology – The Naturalistic Cluster — Part 5.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Insights and Difficulties Concerning Literature and Art Both Serres and Morin and Deleuze & Guattari encountered profound difficulties in the treatment of literature and art. The hyperpragmatist framework they all shared had unfortunate consequences that, unsurprisingly, were similar to those encountered with language. 5.1 Just like in Serres' paradoxical essay on Lucretius, literature and art were almost totally absent from Morin's point of view, who nevertheless - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  14. Conclusion – An Essay on Rhuthmology – The Naturalistic Cluster — Part 6.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Inconsistencies and Confusions in the Definition of the Concept of Rhythm These limits of Deleuze and Guattari's approach to language and literature have clearly had negative consequences on their capacity to develop their own rhuthmic strategy. Due to their rejection of the lessons learned from experience by writers, as well as the linguistic and poetic theories based on this experience, they did not have all the resources necessary to build a theory of rhythm robust - Philosophie – Nouvel (...)
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  15. Damien Hirst – Cerisiers en Fleurs.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    [Ces toiles] sont excessives – presque vulgaires. Comme Jackson Pollock abîmé par l'amour. Elles sont ornementales mais peintes d'après nature. Elles évoquent le désir et la manière dont on appréhende les choses qui nous entourent et ce qu'on en fait, mais elles montrent aussi l'incroyable et éphémère beauté d'un arbre en fleurs dans un ciel sans nuages. C'était jouissif de travailler sur ces toiles, de me perdre entièrement dans la couleur et la matière à l'atelier. Les Cerisiers en Fleurs sont (...)
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  16. Emergence d'une anthropologie rythmique – Quatrième volute.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion présentée ici. L'oreille est contente et la vérité n'est point offensée. Diderot, art. « ENCYCLOPÉDIE » Au XVIIIe siècle, paradoxalement, les avancées les plus intéressantes d'un point de vue rythmologique ne se produisent pas dans les réflexions théoriques, pourtant très abondantes concernant la musique. En dépit d'un renouvellement non négligeable et de quelques essais de musiques non mesurées, comme ceux de Louis Couperin au siècle précédent, celles-ci restent - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  17. Elise Lerat & Collectif Allogène – Feux.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ici, danseurs et danseuses tentent d'harmoniser leurs rythmes, intimes et personnels, à celui du groupe, confrontant leurs corps et mouvements au seuil du collectif. Comment garder son propre rythme, tout en faisant partie d'un tout? Comment se laisser envahir par les mouvements des autres sans s'y perdre? En tentant de créer, à partir des danses de chacun et chacune, un flux de mouvements qui ne s'achève que pour renaître dans de nouveaux gestes, jusqu'à l'ivresse. Alors comment vivre - Danse, théâtre (...)
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  18. Gilles Deleuze & Félix Guattari and the Rhuthmoi of Thought – Part 2.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Rhizome as Rhuthmos of Thought This deconstruction of modernist critiques was naturally meant to introduce the reader to their own kind of writing and theory: the “rhizomatic approach” which was thus presented as a way to radicalize what modernist writers and thinkers, including Heidegger, had announced without being able to achieve: a way of writing and doing theory that would be really immanent in the flux. It was no longer a question of mimicking the multiplicity and the - (...)
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  19. Gilles Deleuze & Felix Guattari and the Rhuthmoi of Individuation – Part 2.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter How to Become Animal? Chapter 10 elaborated further the contribution of Chapter 6. Destratifying the body, the language and the subjectivity in order to get closer to the becoming itself required to overcome one's own “human condition,” that is, so to say, to “become animal.” Deleuze and Guattari first engaged a critique of Levi-Strauss' structuralist conception of myths concerning the relationship between humans and animals, especially in totemism, and a defense of Jung's - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  20. Gilles Deleuze & Felix Guattari and the Rhuthmoi of Individuation – Part 3.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Flowing Multiplicities and Fibers Since the flowing multiplicities had no substantial being based either on “differentiated elements” or a “common center of unification,” they were constituted by a certain “number of dimensions” or enclosed in a supple “envelop.” But they were, at the same time, “transforming themselves into each other.” The flux of the being was therefore simultaneously composed of molecules in constant motion and of changing aggregates which constantly - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  21. Éléments de rythmologie – Avant-propos.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est l'avant-propos d'un ouvrage en cours. Der Rhythmus ist ein Versuch zur Individuation. Damit Rhythmus da sein könne, muß Vielheit und Werden da sein. Hier zeigt sich die Sucht zum Schönen als Motiv der Individuation. F. Nietzsche, Rhythmische Untersuchungen, KGW II 3, S. 338. Depuis une bonne trentaine d'années, il existe dans les sciences sociales et humaines, mais aussi en philosophie, un courant multiforme qui essaie de surmonter les nombreux dualismes qui les grèvent, que (...) - Philosophie – (...)
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  22. Les rythmes des signes et de la signification.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion présentée ici. Diderot manifeste une très forte attention à la question du langage. Il bénéficie sur ce plan de la réflexion de Locke, de Maupertuis et de Condillac, mais aussi, ce qui est probablement aussi important nous allons le voir, de ses propres expériences et réflexions d'écrivain. On sait que Locke a engagé, dans le livre III de son Essai sur l'entendement humain (1690), ce que certains spécialistes ont appelé une « révolution sémiotique (...)
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  23. Émile Benveniste and the Rhuthmoi of Language – Part 2.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Is Language a Dialectical Medium For Man? Benveniste was therefore foreign to any transcendental interpretation of the universality of language, whether the latter was seen from the a priori of validity and freedom, or from that of facticity and servitude. However, neither did he interpret the universality of language as Jürgen Habermas and Jean-Marc Ferry did by trying to reconcile the two previous positions within a pragmatic phenomenology of the world of - Linguistique et théorie du langage – (...)
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  24. Émile Benveniste and the Rhuthmoi of Language – Part 3.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Is Language a Hermeneutical Medium For Man? These conclusions might seem, at first glance, to bring the Benvenistian conception of language closer to the less radical hermeneutical conceptions developed from the 1970s by the French philosopher Paul Ricœur in a series of remarkable books: La Métaphore vive, 1975 – The Rule of Metaphor: Multi-Disciplinary Studies of the Creation of Meaning in Language, 1978; Temps et récit, 3 vol., 1983-1985 – Time and Narrative, - Linguistique et théorie du langage (...)
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  25. Émile Benveniste and the Rhuthmoi of Subjectivity – Part 2.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter The Emergence of the Subject in the Operation of the Enunciation Apparatus Now, the I does not function alone. It is part of a larger linguistic system based on speech, which Benveniste describes meticulously and calls “the formal apparatus of enunciation”. First, the I belongs to a twofold distinctive system which installs the subject in his social interaction but also establishes the referential use of language. On the one hand, the speaking person - Linguistique et théorie du langage (...)
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  26. Émile Benveniste and the Rhuthmoi of Subjectivity – Part 3.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter * We will see that Benveniste's essays on general linguistics unfortunately received a mixed reception from the members of the rhythmic constellation. Nevertheless, our investigation has shown why we must certainly grant him one of the very first places. Compared to Lefebvre's still Platonic approach and even that of Foucault, who illuminatingly described the social consequences of the diffusion of the metron in modern societies and developed a ground-breaking conception - Linguistique et théorie du langage – Nouvel article.
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  27. Émergence d'une anthropologie rythmique – Les rythmes des signes et de la signification.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion présentée ici. Diderot manifeste une très forte attention à la question du langage. Il bénéficie sur ce plan de la réflexion de Locke, de Maupertuis et de Condillac, mais aussi, ce qui est probablement aussi important nous allons le voir, de ses propres expériences et réflexions d'écrivain. On sait que Locke a engagé, dans le livre III de son Essai sur l'entendement humain (1690), ce que certains spécialistes ont appelé une « révolution sémiotique (...)
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  28. Émergence d'une anthropologie rythmique – Les rythmes du langage.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion présentée ici. L'avancée lockéenne n'est pas, toutefois, sans limitations internes. On sait que Locke a commencé son entreprise de démolition de l'innéisme et du rationalisme par une analyse de la genèse sensible des idées et que ce n'est que dans un deuxième temps qu'il lui a ajouté une étude des signes, consignée finalement dans le livre III du Traité sur l'entendement humain. Cet ordre dans la rédaction du Traité explique en grande partie que (...)
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  29. Émergence d'une anthropologie rythmique – Les rythmes de la signifiance.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion présentée ici. Du point de vue épistémologique, son « empirisme spéculatif » donne à Condillac la possibilité de se départir de la méfiance traditionnelle à l'égard du langage encore éprouvée par Locke. Bien sûr, il conserve l'attitude critique héritée de Bacon à l'égard des imprécisions de terme ou de la réification des noms, mais il place désormais le langage sous un jour beaucoup plus lumineux. Alors que Locke voyait le langage comme un outil (...)
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  30. Michel Foucault and the Rhythms of Time – Part 1.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter In the previous chapter, we saw that Michel Foucault never explicitly thematized the concept of rhythm nor envisaged its possible use in his own approach to society, power and knowledge. Moreover, by ignoring Benveniste and his rhuthmic theory of language activity, he deprived himself of theoretical means which could have been used to solve some of the complex rhythmanalytical problems with which he was confronted in his theory of knowledge. Our description would not be - Philosophie – Nouvel (...)
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  31. Michel Foucault and the Rhythms of Time – Part 3.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter The Time in Spirals of the Power-knowledge Apparatuses To understand the originality of the new conception of time developed by Foucault, we must not tack onto his work a conception of Nietzsche which he himself challenged. If we take this precaution, it is then possible to look at this conception for itself, within its own logic. We will see that the time in pieces of genealogy was actually not totally chaotic. This time had a particular form, segmented and (...)
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  32. Michel Foucault and the Rhythms of Time – Part 4.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter The Vertical Time of Modernity The elaboration of a genealogy of ethics in the last years of Foucault's life led him to a philosophy of present and modernity. One of the objectives aimed by the use of genealogy, during the 1970s, was to make a “history of present.” Foucault understood these terms in a very different way than did the historians, who, following Pierre Nora, began to use them concurrently. According to him, it was not a matter of (...)
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  33. Nos chantiers – Problèmes de rythmanalyse – Vol. 1 et 2.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte clôt les deux volumes des Problèmes de rythmanalyse qui viennent de paraître : P. Michon, Problèmes de rythmanalyse, vol. 1, Paris, Rhuthmos, 2022, 270 p. – ISBN : 979-10-95155-33-1. P. Michon, Problèmes de rythmanalyse, vol. 2, Paris, Rhuthmos, 2022, 256 p. – ISBN : 979-10-95155-34-8. Nos chantiers 6. Renonçant aux visions surplombantes familières des philosophes, je me suis astreint dans ces deux volumes à parcourir, dans leurs méandres et dynamiques propres, un certain nombre de - Vers un nouveau (...)
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  34. On the Contemporary Disintegration of Cultural Memory.Pascal Michon - 2003 - Intertexts 7 (2):117-129.
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  35. Preface – Elements of Rhythmology – Vol. 4.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Different groups spread around an uninhabited centre = the very principles of idiorrhythmic organizations. The disciplines have closed down upon mutilated objects. Thus, closed knowledge has everywhere destroyed or hidden the solidarities, the articulations, the ecology of beings and of acts, existence! During the past fifteen years, rhythmanalysis - Vers un nouveau paradigme scientifique? – Nouvel article.
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  36. Preface – Elements of Rhythmology – Vol. 5.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    In 1980, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari published what would become their most famous book: A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia. The result of seven years of hard labor, this new work was intended to expand the reflection they had initiated in their first four-handed book Anti-Oedipus, published in 1972 with the same subtitle. By deepening the notions of “flow” and “desire” but going this time beyond the sole discussion of Freudianism and Marxism, it provided a completely - Philosophie – (...)
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  37. Rhythm as Form of Aesthetic Process.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter In the 1880s and the 1890s, there was a new turn in the use of the concept of rhythm in art history and aesthetics. Rhythm, which had been successively—and sometimes jointly—considered as a judgment criterion then as an analytical category, was increasingly considered as a form of process. This new trend was mainly influenced by the new development of psychology which began to be massively imported into aesthetics during this period, but it also resulted from the growing - (...)
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  38. Radicalisation de la raison rythmologique – Conclusion.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion présentée ici. Troisième volute Au XVIIIe siècle, l'ontologie et l'épistémologie rythmiques se transforment. Comme tous leurs contemporains, Spinoza et Leibniz réfléchissaient à partir des sciences reines de leur siècle : la physique, l'astronomie, elles-mêmes adossées aux mathématiques, en particulier à l'arithmétique, l'analyse et la géométrie. Diderot, quant à lui, profite des progrès considérables de certaines sciences expérimentales et d'observation : la chimie, (...) - Philosophie – Nouvel article.
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  39. Rhythm From Art to Philosophy – Nietzsche – Conclusion.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter * No need to say that Nietzsche's contribution to rhythmology is one of the most developed in the 19th century but also one of the most obscure and ill-known. I guess that there is still much more to discover in his posthumous writings, fragments and letters, even in his published texts, nevertheless, our survey has clearly shown a certain number of significant points. 1. Contrary to Hegel or other previous Idealist philosophers of the 19th century, but also to (...)
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  40. The Spread of Rhythm in Life Science and Medicine – Part 1.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter During the first two centuries of the current era, the Roman Empire was under the rule of the Principate. The tremendous civil violence that marred the end of the Republic disappeared. The whole Mediterranean was unified and the exchange between the Greek Eastern and the Latin Western worlds flourished. The Roman aristocracy was entirely “domesticated” but benefited from this period of peace, growth and intercultural exchange to develop new behaviors and interests. - Médecine – Nouvel article.
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  41. Vers une autre raison rythmologique ? – Les rythmes comme flux.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion présentée ici. De cette nouvelle conception de la matière, Diderot semble tirer, en ce qui concerne l'individuation, des conclusions encore plus radicales que précédemment : il n'existerait aucune essence formelle et donc aucun individu – et donc, de notre point de vue, aucun rythme identifiable. Du fait du primat de la matière, de sa dispersion, de ses modes aléatoires de regroupement, des interactions constantes entre ses différentes parties et des gerbes des (...) - (...)
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    Could Rhythm Become a New Scientific Paradigm for the Humanities?Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    This text was presented in the Conference “Rhythm as Pattern and Variation : Political, Social and Artistic Inflections, Goldsmiths College — University of London, on April 23, 2016. Recent Development of Rhythmic Studies The first thing that becomes obvious when you document, as I have been doing for the last five years, the studies dedicated in human and soc­ial science to rhythmic phenomena or using rhythm as operating concept—whatever its definition—is the rapid increase in their number. - Vers un nouveau (...)
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    Sobre el Concepto de Episteme del Ritmo.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Agradezco sinceramente a Aníbal Zorrilla quien tradujo este texto del inglés al español y también para su presentación durante las Jornadas Internacionales El Ritmo En Las Artes – « Ritmo, poética y espacio » – Buenos Aires – 6-7-8 de Septiembre de 2018.: En su libro Die Form des Werdens: Eine Kulturgeschichte der Embryologie, 1760-1830 publicado en 2010, Janina Wellmann afirma que alrededor de 1800 el concepto de - Vers un nouveau paradigme scientifique?
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    A Rhythm Constellation in the 1970s and 1980s – Lefebvre, Foucault, Barthes, Serres, Morin, Deleuze & Guattari, and Meschonnic. [REVIEW]Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    This presentation was made in the Seminar “Rhythmanalysis : Everything You Always Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask” convened by Dr Paola Crespi and Dr Sunil Manghani at Goldsmiths College on april 25, 2017 Part 1 : On Lefebvre, Foucault, Barthes, Serres, Morin, Deleuze & Guattari IMG/mp3/-3.mp3 Part 2 : On Meschonnic IMG/mp3/-4.mp3 - Vers un nouveau paradigme scientifique? – Nouvel article.
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    Ritmo, Ritmanálisis, Ritmología: un Ensayo del Estado de la Cuestión.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Agradezco sinceramente a Melisa Galarce por la traducción de este texto en español y a Aníbal Zorrilla por sus cuidadosas revisiones. Melisa Galarce es Docente en el Departamento de Artes del Movimiento de la UNA de Buenos Aires. Aníbal Zorrilla es pianista y compositor, Docente Investigador en el Departamento de Artes del Movimiento de la UNA de Buenos Aires — P. M. Entre las razones que motivaron la creación de RHUTHMOS – dejo aquí de lado las razones éticas y políticas (...)
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  46. Émergence d'une anthropologie rythmique – vers une théorie rythmique du langage ?Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte est la suite d'une réflexion engagée ici. Vers une théorie rythmique du langage ? Les critiques qui viennent d'être présentées débouchent sur un ensemble de thèses que je voudrais maintenant analyser en détail avant d'en faire la critique. Première thèse : Spinoza présupposerait, sans jamais toutefois l'exposer directement, une théorie du langage proche de celle qui émergera par la suite chez Humboldt puis se développera chez Saussure, Benveniste et lui-même. Cette théorie apparaîtrait, en (...) - Philosophie – Nouvel (...)
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    1. Rhythm as Rhuthmos – Denis Diderot.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Rhythm in Poetry Diderot was probably the first to focus on rhythm in poetry, while distinguishing it both from metric and musical models which existed since the Greek and Roman period. In the Salon of 1767, he explained that in poetry “rhythm counts for everything”, because rhythm causes a “prosodical magic” by a “particular choice of words,” “a certain distribution” of sounds both for timbre and quantity. This movement and the distribution of - Sur le concept de rythme (...)
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    Una breve historia de la teoría del ritmo desde los años 70.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Agradezco sinceramente a Melisa Galarce y a Aníbal Zorrilla por la traducción de este texto al español. Melisa Galarce es Docente en el Departamento de Artes del Movimiento de la UNA de Buenos Aires. Aníbal Zorrilla es pianista y compositor, Docente Investigador en el Departamento de Artes del Movimiento de la UNA de Buenos Aires. Una primera versión de este texto se presentó en inglés en la Universidad de Roskilde el 6 de diciembre de 2011 — P. M. El sitio (...)
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    Michel Serres and the Rhythms of the Flow – Part 3.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Previous chapter Rhuthmic Perception Theory At the juncture point between ontology and knowledge was the soul. According to Lucretius, the soul consisted of two parts: the animus, located in the chest, which commanded intellectual operations and will, and the anima which was spread throughout the body, received perceptions and transmitted in turn the impulses of the command center. The soul in both aspects could be shown to be corporeal. To make it short, anthropology could be - Physique – Nouvel article.
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    Maguy Marin – L'aujourd'hui encore aujourd'hui demain.Pascal Michon - forthcoming - Rhuthmos.
    Ce texte a déjà paru dans la revue Théâtre/public, octobre-décembre 2017, n° 226, p. 17-22. Nous remercions Olivier Neveux de nous avoir autorisé à le reproduire ici. Une partie des chorégraphies mentionnées ci-dessous est visible dans la section GALERIE DE DANSE. Socialement et individuellement, l'homme est un animal rythmique. Marcel Mauss Quelques chorégraphies de Maguy Marin. Quelques notes prises à la volée. MAY B Au début, une scansion d'ahans, de corps trottinant. La marche hébétée - Danse, théâtre et spectacle vivant (...)
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