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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 6h
Replying to @Fadiax @drtime_
Said in another way, I guess sometimes I like the path of less resistance that comes with free thinking. That being said, deep thinking requires the bundle of rhythms you are referring to, as it requires the externalization inherent to the writing process.
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Michel AlhadeffJones 6h
Replying to @Fadiax @drtime_
I appreciate the nuance you introduce, Fadia & I like very much the bundle metaphor. Writing & thinking come indeed together (except maybe for surrealistic authors), but thinking does not always require writing, which explains the differential of rhythms I was referring to ;-)
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Michel AlhadeffJones 6h
I look forward to seeing what you found ;-)
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Michel AlhadeffJones 8h
One source of ‘frustration’ for me: I may be a thinker but I remain a . I can associate original ideas rapidly, but I’m much more slower at composing texts. I guess that’s part of the rhythmic dissonances life is made of.
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Michel AlhadeffJones 9h
Another one that seems right on time...
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Michel AlhadeffJones 9h
It looks very intriguing...
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Michel AlhadeffJones Apr 23
Some limits of transformative & come w/ the urge educators sometimes feel to justify what they do, making noise, when in fact transformative processes remain often invisible because they emerge in silence through the everydaylife
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Dr Fadia Dakka Apr 23
Replying to @alhadeffjones @drtime_
spoken like a true Lefebvrian! Hidden rhythms are challenging and fascinating.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Apr 22
Very stimulating work and research done by on , and working conditions. . It raises many questions, but I would not be surprised if in a few years from now, such a technology becomes fully mainstream.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Apr 22
Replying to @drtime_ @Fadiax
I’m always amazed by the imagination of app developers ! More seriously, (except for people who have health conditions) the really relevant rhythms that determine our everyday life are probably those that cannot be easily quantified because they remain so hard to observe.
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HBreton Apr 22
Annonce d'un colloque : Université de Tours - Les sciences sociales à l'épreuve du terrain. Logique d'enquête, approches narratives et dynamiques coopératives depuis l'école de Chicago.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Apr 21
This short film is a must-see. from another when was ! Brings me back to my earlier project to document in video NYC rhythms
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Michel AlhadeffJones Apr 21
Interesting example of change in temporal norms within an institution & its beneficial effects.Nothing original there (other sectors have implemented such policy),but at least it’s effective.
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Michel AlhadeffJones Apr 20
Congratulations Brian! Enjoy your accomplishment 🍾. Warmly, Michel
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Filip Vostal Apr 20
Slowing down modernity: a critique via
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Phil Wood Apr 20
Interesting reading DfE national workload surveys. Based on teacher returns for a 'typical week'. Completely inadequate as a measure of temporality in teacher work. Time as quantitative, and easily divisible. No consideration of either temporal densities or rhythms.
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HBreton Apr 20
SÉMINAIRE ANNUEL Diplôme Universitaire (DU) Histoires de vie en formation. Samedi 23 juin 2018 - Apprendre de la maladie - entre récit, savoir et histoire. Lien :
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Le Monde diplo Apr 19
Ne dites plus « obsolescence programmée», mais «préservation de la durée de vie»
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Philosophie magazine Apr 20
“La temporalité physiologique des femmes est devenue contradictoire avec leurs temporalités sociale et privée” _Camille Froidevaux-Metterie
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