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Reliance, déliance, liance: emergenza di tre nozioni sociologiche
Marcel Bolle De Bal
m@gm@ , 2007,
Abstract: Michel Maffesoli, grande seguace, utilizzatore e diffusore della nozione di rileanza mi ha chiesto, come padrino della stessa, di redigere un articolo di riferimento concernente la genesi e il contenuto di questo concetto a causa dell’attenzione crescente. Ciò facendo, pensava non soltanto ai suoi colleghi sociologi, ma soprattutto ai suoi studenti e discepoli portati a ricorrere all’uso di questo termine relativamente nuovo nell’armamentario della lingua sociologica. è ben volentieri che rispondo al suo amichevole ed insistente invito. Tenuto conto dei molteplici scambi che ho avuto a questo proposito nel corso degli anni, reputo indispensabile legare l’analisi del concetto di rileanza a quella degli altri due che le sono ontologicamente legati: delianza e leanza . In realtà - ciò può constatarsi dalla lettura cronologica dei miei scritti sull’argomento - la ri-leanza suppone l’esistenza preliminare di una de-lianza e questa uno stato di pre-delianza che definiamo allora come il fenomeno di leanza , sequenza che tenterò di chiarire qui di seguito.
The sacred, philosophical and sociological Janus
Marcel BOLLE DE BAL
Essachess : Journal for Communication Studies , 2011,
Abstract: Symbolically, Janus, as the god of initiations, is supposed to be the Sacred's keeper. The Sacred, like Janus, has two faces : the religious and the non-religious one. The latter has a reconnecting function. As an illustration of its reality is presented its specific existence inside Free-masonry. Are successively analysed the relations between the Sacred and divinity, humanity, secret, profane and modern communication.
A adapta o como procedimento técnico de tradu o: uma leitura descritiva do Hamlet em quadrinhos brasileiro Adaptation as a technical procedure of translation: a descriptive reading of Hamlet in a Brazilian comic book
Marcel Alvaro de Amorim
Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada , 2013,
Abstract: Os procedimentos técnicos da tradu o foram identificados pela primeira vez no trabalho de Vinay e Darbelnet ([1958] 1977). Dentre esses procedimentos, o da adapta o foi ent o descrito, de forma local, como a adequa o cultural ou situacional do texto da língua de partida no texto da língua de chegada. Na atualidade, mais que um procedimento local, teóricos como Bastin ([1998] 2011) consideram a prática da adapta o como um procedimento global, que envolve diversos outros procedimentos secundários de tradu o. Sendo assim, os objetivos principais deste trabalho foram sistematizar uma categoriza o dos procedimentos secundários do processo de adapta o e aplicar tal categoriza o à análise de uma tradu o/adapta o da pe a Hamlet, de William Shakespeare, para o português brasileiro realizada por Bruno S. R. e ilustrada por Sam Hart, cotejando a com outras tradu es estabelecidas da pe a sempre que necessário. The technical procedures of translation were first identified in the work of Vinay and Darbelnet ([1958] 1977). Among these procedures, the adaptation was described, locally, as cultural or situational adequacy of the source text in the target culture and language. Currently, more than a local procedure, researchers as Bastin ([1998] 2011) have been considering adaptation as a global one that involves several other secondary procedures in the translation process. Therefore, the main objectives of this study were to categorize the secondary procedures of the adaptation process and apply this categorization to the analysis of a translation/adaptation of the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, written by Bruno S. R. and illustrated by Sam Hart, comparing it with other traditional translations of the play whenever necessary.
A filosofia da linguagem de Wittgenstein e suas implica es para sócio-psicolingüística
Marcel de Almeida Freitas
Utopia y Praxis Latinoamericana , 2004,
Abstract: En este artículo se presentan algunos aportes a lo que se ha convenido en llamar la filosofía del lenguaje en Wittgenstein, de acuerdo a los recientes estudios que se han realizado en sociolingüística y psicolingüística. Entre es tos aportes, sepueden destacar una visión pragmática del lenguaje y las formas intersujetivas de la vida, en cuanto que determinadas por la cultura y los modos de significación del lenguaje.
THE SHANGHAI COOPERATION ORGANISATION’S MOMENTUM TOWARDS A MATURE SECURITY ALLIANCE
Marcel De Haas
Scientia Militaria : South African Journal of Military Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.5787/36-1-42
Abstract: Security organisations can differ in their scope of activities and in deepness of their mutual cooperation. For instance, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) nowadays pays homage to the broad concept of security: security not only encompassing military but also political, economic, social and environmental factors.1 Among other things, this comprehensive approach to security includes aspects such as free and fair elections; well-organised administrative, lawenforcement and judicial organs at national, regional and local level; employment; housing; education and health services. If all of these dimensions of security are provided in the areas where NATO operates, such as Bosnia, Kosovo and Afghanistan, then a stable and secure situation has been reached. However, in 1949 NATO started as an organisation with an exclusive military objective, namely to deter an eventual attack by the Soviet Union and its satellites against European (NATO) countries. Especially during its operations in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, the Western alliance realised that its concept of security should include other aspects than military, in order to achieve a stable international security environment. As to the intensity of cooperation among its member-states, NATO started with the most essential elements of political and military cooperation only. It took NATO many years to establish its current integrated political-military structure and activities, such as frequent political deliberations, joint forces and allied operations far beyond its territorial borders.
Some remarks on another proof of geometrical Paley-Wiener theorems for the Dunkl transform
Marcel de Jeu
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: We argue that another proof by Trimeche of the geometrical form of the Paley-Wiener theorems for the Dunkl transform is not correct.
Commutative $C^*$-algebras and $σ$-normal morphisms
Marcel de Jeu
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: We prove in an elementary fashion that the image of a commutative monotone $\sigma$-complete $C^*$-algebra under a $\sigma$-normal morphism is again monotone $\sigma$-complete and give an application of this result in spectral theory.
Subspaces with equal closure
Marcel de Jeu
Mathematics , 2001,
Abstract: We take a unifying and new approach toward polynomial and trigonometric approximation in an arbitrary number of variables, resulting in a precise and general ready-to-use tool that anyone can easily apply in new situations of interest. The key idea is to show, in considerable generality, that a module, which is generated over the polynomials or trigonometric functions by some set, necessarily has the same closure as the module which is generated by this same set, but now over the compactly supported smooth functions. The particular properties of the ambient space or generating set are to a large degree irrelevant. This translation -- which goes in fact beyond modules -- allows us, by what is now essentially a straightforward check of a few properties, to replace many classical results by more general and stronger statements of a hitherto unknown type. As a side result, we also obtain a new integral criterion for multidimensional measures to be determinate. At the technical level, we use quasi-analytic classes in several variables and we show that two well-known families of one-dimensional weights are essentially equal. The method can be formulated for Lie groups and this interpretation shows that many classical approximation theorems are "actually" theorems on the unitary dual of n-dimensional real space. Polynomials then correspond to the universal enveloping algebra.
Determinate multidimensional measures, the extended Carleman theorem and quasi-analytic weights
Marcel de Jeu
Mathematics , 2001,
Abstract: We prove in a direct fashion that a multidimensional probability measure is determinate if the higher dimensional analogue of Carleman's condition is satisfied. In that case, the polynomials, as well as certain proper subspaces of the trigonometric functions, are dense in the associated L_p spaces for all finite p. In particular these three statements hold if the reciprocal of a quasi-analytic weight has finite integral under the measure. We give practical examples of such weights, based on their classification. As in the one dimensional case, the results on determinacy of measures supported on R^n lead to sufficient conditions for determinacy of measures supported in a positive convex cone, i.e. the higher dimensional analogue of determinacy in the sense of Stieltjes.
Paley-Wiener theorems for the Dunkl transform
Marcel de Jeu
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: We conjecture a geometrical form of the Paley-Wiener theorem for the Dunkl transform and prove three instances thereof, one of which involves a limit transition from Opdam's results for the graded Hecke algebra. Furthermore, the connection between Dunkl operators and the Cartan motion group is established. It is shown how the algebra of radial parts of invariant differential operators can be described explicitly in terms of Dunkl operators, which implies that the generalized Bessel functions coincide with the spherical functions. In this context, the restriction of Dunkl's intertwining operator to the invariants can be interpreted in terms of the Abel transform. Using shift operators we also show that, for certain values of the multiplicities of the restricted roots, the Abel transform is essentially inverted by a differential operator.
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