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Michel AlhadeffJones
Professor in Adult Learning & Leadership, Columbia Univ; Psychosociologist & Rhythmanalyst at the Temporalities, Rhythms & Complexity Lab, Sunkhronos Institute
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 19
I hope you are doing better. Take care of yourself.
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Breton Feb 16
Vient de paraître : S'orienter tout au long de la vie : Bilan et perspectives de recherches - Savoirs n°48 -
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 17
And this is the same when my four years old child takes his time to get dressed, as I’m in the hurry 😊 it’s all about asserting the rhythm that is the most convenient in regard to one’s own interest.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 16
Replying to @HEreflections1
Btw, your paper was very interesting ;-) thanks for sharing.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 16
Replying to @HEreflections1
2/2 It relates on the capacity to have a system imposing as legitimate a specific logic to assess the value of a rhythm. I believe Michon’s (2005) considerations around & globalization are more nuanced to analyze the way temporal influences unfold through history.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 16
Replying to @HEreflections1
1/2 Yes, but this is not an absolute. Virilio, like Rosa, have identified a general tendency associated with the impact of speed & acceleration. But the mechanism of power imposition is not strictly related to a high pace of action.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 16
Replying to @HEreflections1
Phil, I would relativize this claim: Those who are going to attack Trump’s decision in court will exercise their power by imposing their own rhythm to the funding of the wall, ie the slow pace of the judiciary process. Power is about the imposition of a .
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 16
“I didn’t need to do this, but I’d rather do it much faster” Trump said. “I just want to get it done faster, that’s all.” Soon, the US Supreme Court will have to rule about the meaning of ...
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 12
The documentary is an absolute ‘must-see’.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 11
is manifest in environmental changes. The massive of may be one of the most scary consequences that human influence has on ... « Les insectes subissent l'extinction la plus massive depuis les dinosaures »
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 11
This video would be really funny if the matter was not so serious. Nevertheless irony remains a good strategy to address such a critical matter. Too Soon for Politicians to Talk About Guns? This App Is Here to Help. via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 11
Replying to @dawnaballard @kerbnerd
I’m glad you took up the challenge, Dawna 😊
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 11
I’m glad you took up the challenge 🤓
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 10
A good summary of research conducted around rhythmic synchronization & sleep, including one by ⁦⁩ Interesting to see how neuroscience explores the physiological grounds of . The Neuroscience of ‘Rock-a-Bye Baby’ via
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 10
7/7 has nominated me to post covers of . Just covers, 1 book/day for a week. I nominate to take up the challenge.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 9
Very sad news: Toni Ungerer, artist & caricaturist, author of many children’s books, passed away.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 9
6/7 has nominated me to post covers of . Just covers, 1 book/day for a week. I nominate to take up the challenge.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 8
5/7 has nominated me to post covers of . Just covers, 1 book/day for a week. I nominate to take up the challenge.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 8
Replying to @Fadiax @drkatyvigurs
Where is the « everyday » gone on that cover ?
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Michel AlhadeffJones Feb 6
It looks fascinating!
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