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Multidisciplinary approach to phenomena

Annual doctoral study day - Multiannual cycle (2017/2021) On the theme “Multidisciplinary approach to phenomena: questioning across the law, the pure, human and social sciences »
When Feb 03, 2017
from 09:00 to 06:00
Where Maison Internationale des Langues et des Cultures - 35 Rue Raulin, 69007 Lyon
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Presentation

A “phenomenon” is commonly defined as: “An observed natural fact, capable of scientific study, which can be seen or experienced” or as “an observed fact, particularly in its occurrence or as the expression of something else” and also as “anything that can appear to the conscience, anything that is perceived by the senses” (Larousse).

A lawyer works on a multitude of phenomena.

Other disciplines, whether they belong to the human and social sciences or to the pure sciences, are also called to work on an extraordinarily diverse set of phenomena.

The objective of this annual doctoral study day is to approach such phenomena from a multi-disciplinary perspective.

This is how it works:

– a lawyer works on a phenomenon in particular and wishes to enter into discussion with another discipline that also has an interest in that phenomenon;

– a non-lawyer works on a phenomenon in particular and wishes to enter into discussion with another discipline that also has an interest in that phenomenon.

Partnerships can be formed between lawyers and non-lawyers in order to draw up their proposed contributions. If such contributions emanate from a lawyer or a non-lawyer alone, the conference organisers will find a person from the other discipline to partner with.

Language: French or English

Programme : forthcoming

 

Scientific direction

J.-S. Bergé (droit, Université Jean Moulin – Lyon 3, IUF), Ph. Billet (droit, Université Jean Moulin – Lyon 3), S. Grumbach (informatique/mathématiques, INRIA/ENS/IXXI Lyon), S. Harnay (économie, Université de Lorraine), U. Mayrhofer (management, Université Jean Moulin – Lyon 3), L. Obadia (anthropologie/sociologie, Université Lumière – Lyon 2)

 

Scientific committee

  • A. Baujard (économie, Université de Saint-Etienne)
  • A. Geslin (droit, Sciences Po Lyon)
  • D. Graillot (géographie, Ecole des mines, Saint-Etienne)
  • D. le Métayer (informatique/mathématiques, INRIA Lyon, CITI),
  • J.-L. Halpérin (droit, ENS Paris, IUF)
  • M.-A. Hermitte (droit, EHESS Paris)
  • V. Michelot (études américaines, Sciences Po Lyon)
  • O. Negrutiu (biologie, ENS Lyon)

 

Organisation

Ecole doctorale de droit (EDD 492) – Institut universitaire de France (IUF) – Institut sur les systèmes complexes (IXXI)

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