Year: 2018

Le plaisir de la convivialité

“Un bédouin s’arrêta devant des gens et dit à l’un d’eux : “Quel est ton nom ? – Mâni’ (Défenseur)”, répondit-il. Il dit à un autre : “Quel est ton nom ? – Muhriz (Gardien).” Il demanda à un autre : “Quel est ton nom ?” Il répondit : “Hâfiz (Protecteur). – Morbleu ! C’est […]

Lettre de Gustave Flaubert

“Vous m’accusez de prendre pour deux divinités distinctes Astaroth et Astarté. Mais au commencement, page 48, lorsque Salammbô invoque Tanit, elle l’invoque par tous ses noms à la fois : ”Anaïtis, Astarté, Derceto, Astaroth, Tiratha” ; et même j’ai pris soin de dire, un peu plus bas, page 52, qu’elle répetait ”tous ces noms sans […]

Who does not have his Minotaur? Venture into the labyrinth of myths

Conference as part of the festival The future human, Toulouse May 18, 2018 Corinne Bonnet, Adeline Grand-Clément, Vinciane Pirenne-Delforge Coming from a very human woman and a bull of divine origin, the Minotaur concentrates in its hybridity the excess (hybris) that gave birth to it. Between Crete and Athens, the stories of the labyrinth test and the […]

Thinking the human and the divine: mirror games and practices of the gap

Conference as part of the festival The future human, Toulouse May 18, 2018 Corinne Bonnet, Claude Calame, Vinciane Pirenne-Delforge, Fabio Porzia Can we compare the Greek and Semitic anthropological conceptions of what brings human and divine together as well as separate? Whether it is a matter of stories about origins or about ritual action, these […]

Listen to the seminars on podcast!

New feature on our website: podcasts of all the conferences are now avalaible. Currently, you can access seminar 2 “Noms de dieux! – Les dieux aux frontières” with the following links: ¤ Alberto Cantera Glera (FUBerlin) : “Noms et épithètes des dieux, dédicaces rituelles et calendriers dans la tradition avestique antique” ¤ Valérie Matoïan (CNRS […]

The Odyssey of Homer, song VI

But the Olympian Zeus of his extreme favors – the good as the wicked alms at his pleasure. – Hold patiently the burden he imposes on you. However, since here your feet have penetrated, – You will be provided with clothes, with everything, – As befits the sufferer who prays gently. The Odyssey of Homer, […]

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