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The reasonable guys – Lukianoff & Haidt, *Coddling*

A very strange experience, setting out into Lukianoff and Haidt’s Coddling of the American Mind. The voice of reason, moderation (in a smartingly hot context), plus the sweetness of American men (which sociology here?). The very astute first enunciative take, with the sweetly mocking Misoponos fable and the 3 Great Untruths (of current « campus » culture). Place the derision, inoffensive, defuse; captatio, and benevolence all round. Effortless but also very studied, apt, artful possibly – as the relational condition...

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Index cahier orange

Vol. 35 – mars 2021- – The Age of Surveillance Capitalism. The Fight for a human future at the new frontier f power, Shoshana Zuboff (2019), to p. 90. – How We Think. Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis, N. Katherine Hayles, 2012.   Vol. 34 – 2021 – Les Trois écritures. Langue, nombre, code, Clarisse Herrenschmidt, 2007 (part 2.)

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Chronique des lectures

Automne 2022 . Qui a tué l’empire romain ? Frédéric Wilner, Arte, 2022. . L’Atelier noir, Annie Ernaux, 2011, 2022. . Armageddon Time, James Gray, 2022. . Moi aussi. La nouvelle civilité sexuelle, Irène Théry, Seuil, 2022. . Soylent Green, Richard Fleischer, 1973. . D’Images et d’eau fraîche, Mona Chollet, 2022. . Paris Photo 2022, Grand Palais éphémère. . La Conspiration du Caire, Tarik Saleh, 2022 (Garçon venant du paradis). . “Petite bibliothèque des sciences humaines”, Arnaud Saint-Martin sur Merton,...

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