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  • Call for papers - Africa

    What philosophy for ITC today?

    Les technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) ont pour objectif de permettre la mise en réseau entre individus et acteurs de la société. De nos jours, que constatons-nous ? Une nouvelle philosophie de l’usage des TIC se fait jour. Cette philosophie exclue un bon nombre de nos concitoyens qui refusent ces technologies au nom de leur liberté individuelle. Il n’est pas rare de nos jours de rencontrer ces citoyens qui n’ont ni ordinateur, ni téléviseur, ni internet. Quelle philosophie pour ces citoyens à part entière que l’on considère comme des citoyens entièrement à part, voire marginalisés et mis au ban de la société ? L’exclusion de ces citoyens qui ne sont pas connectés est une question philosophique qui peut être analysée sous l’ample interdisciplinaire.

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  • Seminar - Thought

    Semiotics in Algerian Academia

    State of the Art and Prospects

    Semiotics is a well-established discipline in European academia. However, it is a relatively new one in Algerian universities. Since the 1980s, semiotics has not ceased searching for its institutional place, especially in the fields of arts, languages, and communication sciences; and this has been undertaken within diverse areas of studies and diverse multilingual vistas. This scientific legacy that has been accumulated for nearly three decades deserves to undergo a retrospective synthesis and reappraisal. This will enable review the great articulations traced by semiotics in different research areas (literature, linguistics, communication, architecture, etc.). The upcoming colloquium will thus attempt to sketch an historical overview of semiotics in Algerian academia, from introductory courseson theory and methodology in undergraduate curricula, to more specialized and in-depth courses on the theoretical and epistemological foundations in graduate and postgraduate levels. It also intends to outline an overview of the somehow vivid scientific activity that has led to diverse and rich scientific production.

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