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Unread Messageby Christophe » 15/09/13, 11:03

Albert Jacquard has left us this week. New probably go unnoticed for many people because ultimately little known by the general public yet some of his speeches and thinking Man and society are fundamental to me (poverty, consumerism, intelligence. ..)

Jacquard was a little French Hubert Reeves to me ...

His life on his wiki page: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Jacquard

Selection jacquardiennes thoughts:

Human behavior:


Intelligence:


Demographics (there is more than a documentary interview, 40 minutes)


Political ecology:


What makes not bad thoughts! Add in the other!
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Unread Messageby delnoram » 15/09/13, 11:09

Yet quite seen on TV yesterday.
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 15/09/13, 12:41

Yes tribute but before we do see that very (too) ... rarely compared with interesting things he had to say ...
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 28/09/13, 09:16

That is intelligence!

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 15/04/14, 13:38

The future of work by Albert Jacquard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyYzeJ_Pf6o

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01 / 01 / 1999



"Human slavery reached its climax in our time as free wage labor."

George Bernard Shaw


Albert Jacquard, biologist, geneticist and philosopher French, died on Thursday at the age of 87 years. Lover of the word and the social fight, the man was famous for his quotes.


Specialist in population genetics, Albert Jacquard was best known for her social activism and her fight against social prejudice.


The man, who died Thursday at the age of 87 years, held a humanist discourse supposed to change the collective consciousness.

Albert Jacquard was the author of many books which we have extracted ten of his best quotes.

1. "Idleness is, it is said, the mother of all vices, but excess work is the father of all submissions." Extract from the Little Philosophy for Non-Philosophers



2. "The important thing is not that my speech is true, but it is true." From the Small Philosophy for the use of non-philosophers



3. "To manifest one's happiness is a duty; being openly happy gives others proof that happiness is possible. "Excerpt from the Little Philosophy for non-philosophers



4. "You can teach a computer to say" I love you, "but you can not learn to love him." From the Small Philosophy for the use of non-philosophers



5. "We must be aware of the contributions of others, even richer than the difference with yourself is greater." Excerpt from Little Philosophy for the use of non-philosophers



6. "God is innocent of omnipotence that was sought to overwhelm him." From a Conference - April 10 2001



7. "The real remedy against unemployment is that there is more work for anyone, but for everyone a place in society." From the Small Philosophy for the use of non-philosophers



8. "The others are not our hell because they are different; they create hell when we do not accept to enter into relationship with us. "Excerpt from Petite philosophy for the use of non-philosophers



9. "The lover who hopes to feel more happiness than the lover who got!" Extract from Petite philosophy for the use of non-philosophers



10. "For me, happiness is to feel beautiful in the eyes of others." Excerpt from Petite philosophy for the use of non-philosophers

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Unread Messageby Stephen » 16/04/14, 08:10

Christophe thank you for these reminders ;-)
The great sages will unfortunately never those who have the power to govern the rules of our society. They swim against the current of the stream of money ...
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Unread Messageby Leo Maximus » 16/04/14, 12:21

For years, Albert Jacquard intervened daily in "The look of Albert Jacquard" on France-Culture.

You can always listen and download his column:

http://www.franceculture.fr/personne-al ... quard.html

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Unread Messageby Hic » 23/08/14, 13:29

He. . .
"" Regretting the encouragement of competition and conformity rather than imagination and the collective.
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Unread Messageby Remundo » 25/08/14, 19:28

it's often after the death of people we begin to speak well :?
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Re: Albert Jacquard, society and intelligence. Tribute!

Unread Messageby Christophe » 14/12/17, 14:45

I wonder what Albert would have thought of this: http://www.lepoint.fr/livres/canular-li ... 532_37.php

Is Claude Simon really unpublishable? A manuscript of the Nobel Prize for Literature, addressed to about twenty publishing houses, was rejected by the majority of them. Should we be surprised?

Six months ago, Serge Volle amused himself by addressing the first fifty pages of a novel by Claude Simon (The Palace, Editions de Minuit, 1962): "To see if the reading committees would accept this manuscript today" , he explains, in retrospect. A few weeks later, he received a plethora of letters of refusal. Simon won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1985.

Twelve publishers took the trouble to explain to him why they gave up publishing this book. "The sentences are endless. They completely lose the thread to the reader. The story does not allow the development of a real plot with well-drawn characters, "reads one of his letters. Seven other houses have not yet responded. But after the echo that has been given to this affair, it is doubtful whether they are manifested henceforth.

(...)


Through this example, I see 2 serious facts about the decline of intelligence (human at least) of our society:

a) The obvious drop in the level of literature: we want "simple", "neuneu" ...

b) The fact that these publishers have not already recognized a Nobel Prize (1985 is not so old) and worse they have not even checked the plagiarism (it is not quite at first that ??) .. .This non verification at the time of 2.0 company is ... uh ... just a joke?

Here I would send them a manuscript "inspired" Proust to see ... I would sign Christophe Tsourp ... I bet they are so on the street that most would not even see the anagram : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:
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