CAMILLE ARAMBOURG, THE LAST OF THE ‘ENCYCLOPEDISTES’ NATURALISTS OF THE XXe CENTURY
Djillali HADJOUIS is a paleoanthropologist, paleontologist and is the attached to the Conservation of heritage at the departmental laboratory of archaeology of the Val de Marne (France). He gives us a first taste of his talent as a biographer while concentrating on the scholars of XIXeme and of XXeme century who installed the scientific bases of natural sciences and Man in Algeria since 1830.
VIRTUOSITY : A NEW APPROACH TO INSTRUMENTAL PRACTICE
Hélène JACQUET is both psychiatrist and pianist. Today, she devots her time to concerts and to prepare students for entry to the national academies and international contests. In this article, she describes to us a true genealogy of instrumental virtuosity with intimacy, pedagogy and a very great meticulousness.
THE BBB (BURNED BY BLUE) EFFECT
Ana Leonor MADEIRA RODRIGUES attended the School of Fine Arts in Lisbon and the Academy der Bildenden Kunst & HdK in Berlin where she obtained a masters in cultural studies before obtaining her doctorate in Architecture at the faculty of Lisbon (subject of the thesis: « The drawing, order structuring and universalizing architectonic thought »). She teaches there since 1992. She offers an art & science fiction to us which has been exhibited several times since 1996 in Lisbon, in the USA and in Frankfurt, and will soon be published as a book. The first episode is presented to you in this number of PLASTIR, the others will follow soon.
SENS & KNOWLEDGE : THE PLACE OF THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE SUBJECT IN A SCIENTIFIC TRAINING COURSE
Mariana LACOMBE is the coordinator of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Monastery of Saint Benedict in São Paulo in Brazil and is a member of the CIRET through which she
addresses this article to us. This paper deals with the epistemological didactic of learning and the urgent need to include all transdisciplines with any educational approach.