• Kant et le problème de l'affection 

    Piché, Claude (2004)
    Starting with Vaihinger’s famous trilemma which presents the different possibilities for explaining the origin of affection, I critically assess the classical theses of Jacobi, Aenesidemus-Schulze, Adickes, Kemp Smith, Paton and Allison on this ...
  • Kant and the problem of affection 

    Piché, Claude (Philosophy Documentation Center, 2004)
    Starting with Vaihinger’s famous trilemma which presents the different possibilities for explaining the origin of affection, I critically assess the classical theses of Jacobi, Aenesidemus-Schulze, Adickes, Kemp Smith, Paton and Allison on this ...
  • Games with unobservable heterogeneity and multiple equilibria: an application to mobile telecommunications 

    Marcoux, Mathieu (Université de Montréal. Département de sciences économiques., 2019-02)
    To shed light on the limited success of competition enhancing policies in mobile telecommunications, I estimate a game of transceivers’ locations between national incumbents and a new entrant in Canada. I recover player-specific unobserved heterogeneity ...
  • A brainstem neural substrate for stopping locomotion 

    Grätsch, Swantje; Auclair, François; Demers, Olivier; Auguste, Emmanuella; Hanna, Amer; Büschges, Ansgar; Dubuc, Réjean (Society for Neuroscience, 2018-12-12)
    Locomotion occurs sporadically and needs to be started, maintained, and stopped. The neural substrate underlying the activation of locomotion is partly known, but little is known about mechanisms involved in termination of locomotion. ...
  • L’association entre la sarcopénie et le pronostic des patients cirrhotiques dans le contexte de la transplantation hépatique 

    Nguyen, Mimosa (2018-12)
    Introduction : La cirrhose représente la 5e cause de mortalité au Canada. La sarcopénie affecte jusqu’à 70% des patients cirrhotiques. Sa présence pourrait être associée à un mauvais pronostic des patients cirrhotiques en attente et à la suite d’une ...
  • The “felt need of reason” in Kant’s Was heisst : sich im Denken orientieren? 

    Piché, Claude (2009-05-21)
    In his text “Was heisst: sich im Denken orientieren?” Kant takes the risk of stressing the role of feeling in rational faith. There is a risk involved here because feeling is at the very center of the thesis he opposes: Jacobi’s conception of faith ...
  • Le "besoin de la raison" dans les lettres sur la philosophie kantienne (1786-1787) 

    Piché, Claude (Springer, 2010)
    When Kant in the fall of 1786 intervened in the Pantheism Controversy with his text “What does it Mean to Orient Oneself in Thinking?,” Reinhold had already published his two first Letters on the Kantian Philosophy. It goes without saying that in his ...
  • Qu’est-ce qu’une “analogie” de l’expérience? 

    Piché, Claude (Bellarmin, 2000)
    In this paper I propose a new interpretation of the word “analogy” used by Kant to designate the principles of relation. After a brief presentation of three Kant-scholars (Guyer, Kemp Smith and Walsh) who remain doubtful about Kant’s intention with the ...
  • Fichte, Schleiermacher Y W. Von Humboldt, sobre la creación de la universidad de Berlín 

    Piché, Claude (Universidad del Valle. Departamento de Filosofia, 2005)
    On the eve of the foundation of the University of Berlin, Wilhelm von Humboldt was in charge of choosing between the various proposals submitted for the organization of the future institution. Since he had to choose for instance between the Fichte’s ...
  • Digital cinema or what happens to the dispositif? 

    Kessler, Frank; Lenk, Sabine (Amsterdam University Press, 2016)
    The digital cinema package : Created in 2005 by the Digital Cinema Initiatives—a group of Hollywood majors that formed a joint venture in 2002,—the Digital Cinema Package (DCP) is a wrapper containing images, sound, subtitles, and metadata. Six ...

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