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・릿츠메이칸대학 산업사회학부 교수（2007.04～）
(2008a) “Equality and Recognition” in Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture, Vol 19, No.4, 117-127.
(2008b) “Biological Modules and Emotions” in The Modularity of Emotions (Luc Faucher & Christine Tappolet, eds.) Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary volume 32, pp. 115-134.
(2007a) Liberalism and Multiculturalism in Canada in Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture, Vol 18, No 2, (2007), pp. 95-106.
(2007b) Du reproche, a propos de Évolution et Rationalité de Ronald de Sousa in Dialogue, Vol 46, No. 1 (2007) pp. 173-177.
(2007c) “Guerre et histoire dans l’oeuvre de Raymond Aron” in La Philosophie de l’Histoire. Hommages offerts a Maurice Lagueux (Ch. Nadeau & A. Lapointe, eds.) Qu?bec: Presses de l’Universit? Laval, pp. 301-318.
2007-2011 “Multiculturalism and Social Justice” a 4 years research grant funded by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), total funding 13,380,000 yens. Other research members: Jeremy Eades (APU), Reiko Gotoh (Ritsumeikan), Lillian Terumi Hatano (Konan Women’s University), Nagao Nishikawa (Ritsumeikan), Masachi Osawa (Kyoto), Shigeki Tominaga (Kyoto).
2007-2009 “Artificial Empathy” a 2 years research project in collaboration with Luisa Damiano (JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow) funded by Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science. Total funding 2,900.000 yens
◆Papers given at conferences:
April 2007 “Emotions and mirror neurons” in Imitation, Mimetic Theory and Religious and Cultural Evolution an international workshop organized at Stanford University, Stanford USA
September 2007 Economics as Ethics in International conference European Values in Business and Economic Ethics, Heidelberg, Germany.
October 2007 “History of the Canadian Multicultural Policy”, Konan University, Kobe, Japan.
November 2007 Suicide et Terreur in Colloque International les terrorismes contre la guerre, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
February 2008 Public Emotions Universita Cattolica, Milano, Italy
February 2008 “Networks and Outside Spaces: Terror, Territory and Globalization” in International Conference Heroes and Victims of Globalization Bergamo University, Bergamo, Italy.
March 2008 “Aspects militaires et sociaux des attentats suicide, École des Sciences Politiques, Poitiers, France.
March 2008 visiting professor of epistemology at the Poitiers campus of the Ecole des Sciences Politiques de Paris.
Organisation of scientific meetings:
With Reiko Gotoh organizes the international conference Identity and Alterity in Multiculturalism and Social Justice: “Conflicts”, “Identity”, “Alterity, “Solutions?” held at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, on February 17 and 18, 2008.
February 2007 "Nationalism and Culture", Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture17(3):133-140
Exception, Excuses and Norm(e)s, Canadian Journal of Law and Society, Vol 21, No. 1, pp. 1 - 133, (Guest Editor: Paul Dumouchel), 2006.
(2006a) "Qu'est-ce qu'une maladie? Pinel aliéniste et nosographe" in Philosophiques, Vol. 33, No. 1
(2006b) "Introduction: exceptions, excuses, norm(e)s" in Revue Canadienne Droit et Société, Vol 21, No.1, pp. 1-10.
(2006a) "La religione come problema politico" in Che Cos'e il Religioso? Religione et politica, Torino: Bollati Boringhieri, pp. 160 -174. Traduction italienne de "La Religion comme problème politique" (2003a).
(2006b) "Science, technique et histoire " in Culture et technoscience : des enjeux du sens à la culture (L. Vigneault & R. Blais, eds,) Québec : Presses de l'Université Laval, 2006, pp. 69-82.
(2006c) "René Girard " in Le dictionnaire des sciences humaines (S. Mesure & P. Savidan, eds.) Paris : P.U.F./Quadrige, 2006, pp. 510-511.
(2006) " Il était une fois Colombe et Faucon… " in Hors-Série Sciences et Avenir, juillet/aoùt 2006, p. 59.
During the year I participated in eight conferences related to my research on multiculturalism and on political violence which took place in Italy, Japan, China and France.
I gave three conferences in different cities in Italy: "Génocide et mimétisme", Université degli Studii di Parma, Parma; "Espace Politique et Espace Sacrificiel", Universita degli Studii di Messina, Messina; "The Territory as a figure of Political Space" Universita Cattolica di Milano, Milano; two in Japan "Multiculturalism in Canada", Konan University, Kobe and "Between Friends and Enemies", Kyoto University, Kyoto; and finally one in China and one in France: "Crimes against humanity" Tsinghua University, Beijing, China and "Terrorisme et anthropologie", at the École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.
Together with Gotoh sensei we organized a two days international conference on the theme "Social Justice and Multiculturalism" with 13 participants from five different countries, including two of our doctoral students.
（ 이 름 ） Paul Dumouchel
（학위 및 현재의 전문） Ph.D. 과학철학, 윤리학, 정치철학
지금까지의 교육연구성과 와 어필할점
My main domains of research have been philosophy of science, ethics and political philosophy. My goal in pursuing research in these two domains simultaneously rests on the belief that questions concerning the common good require us to understand science, a force that has shaped and that promises to transform more and more the social and natural world. At the same time as I lead this historical and conceptual research into the theoretical and social foundations of modern science and of the modern world I endeavored to keep abreast of current political issues and debates. As a consequence violence and emotions two issues which are located at the interface of science (especially biology, but also anthropology) and politics have occupied an important place in my research activity. The main results that I have obtained to this date can be grouped into three categories: the foundations of economics, the theory of emotions and the history of science and philosophy. In L'Enfer des choses (1979) J.-P. Dupuy and I argued that modern market economy also plays a fundamental role in protection against social violence, a role somewhat similar to that played by the Sacred in traditional societies. In Emotions (1995) I proposed that emotions are fundamentally a means of intra-specific coordination that constitute the central element in the social bond and that they should be seen as expressive signals rather than as internal subjective states. In recent articles I have enquired into the consequences of this approach for our theories of moral sentiments. Finally in various articles on the history of philosophy (Hobbes) and of psychiatry (Pinel) as well as in articles on the concept of exchange and the importance of deception I have argued in favor of a social conception of rationality. My central claim has been that the subjective conception of rationality that has dominated reflection in the Occident has lead to insuperable difficulties, both practical and theoretical. Beyond the variety of interests that characterizes my research its main thrust may be described as an extension of the public domain. I have tried to show that central aspects of agency, like reason or emotions, are not really private and subjective but fundamentally public and inter-subjective and enquired into the consequences of this understanding of persons for our political and moral life.
My career has been rather international from the beginning. In 1982 after finishing my Master's degree in France I became with Jean-Pierre Dupuy and Jean-Marie Domenach founding member of the Centre d'epistemologie appliquée (CREA) of the Ecole Polytechnique (France) where I remained until 1984. From 1984 to 1987 I did my Ph.D at the University of Waterloo (Canada) and in 1987-1988 I was back in France doing post-doctoral studies at the CREA. I was hired by the Universite du Quebec a Montreal in 1988 where I remained until 2003. I became full professor in 1995 and was twice director of graduate studies. During that period I received funding from diverse research agencies in Canada and Europe totalizing over 600,000$ CND and was visiting professor in France (Ecole Polytechnique and Universite d'Aix-en-Provence), Austria (University of Innsbruck) and Japan (Kyoto University). In 2003 I was hired by Ritsumeikan University in the Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences.
연구업적:주로 발표논문명･저서명(논문명, 저서명, 학회지명, 권, 호, 최초와 최후의 페이지 발표년도, 각항목에 반드시 기재할 것
(with Jean-Pierre Dupuy) L'Enfer des choses Paris, Seuil, 1979. Japanese translation 1990, German translation, 1999.
Emotions. Essai sur le corps et le social Paris, Synthelabo, 1995. Second edition 1999
Tableaux de Kyoto Presses de l'Universit? Laval, 2005.
(with Jean-Pierre Dupuy) L'Auto-organisation de la physique au politique Paris, Seuil, 1983.
Violence et verite Paris, Grasset, 1985. English translation 1989.
(with Bjarne Melkevik) Tolerance, pluralisme et histoire Paris, L'Harmattan, 1998
Violences, victimes et vengeance Quebec, Presses de l'universite Laval, 2000
Canadian Journal of Law and Society " Exceptions, excuses, norms " (Guest editor Paul Dumouchel) Vol 21, No1, 2006.
Multiculturalisme et nationalisme en Asie, Paris: L'Harmattan, (forthcoming September, 2007).
Important (recent) articles
Qu'est-ce qu'une maladie?" in Philosophiques Vol 33, No1, pp. 19-36 (2006)
"Trust as an action" in European Journal of Sociology Vol. XLVI (3) pp. 417-428 (2005).
Malheur moral, jus in bello et responsabilit? morale" in Raison Politique 19: 161-171 (2005).
" Rational Deception " in Deception in Markets (C. Gerschlager, ed.) New York: Parlgrave/Macmillan, pp. 51-73, 2005.
(with Don Ross) " Emotions as Strategic Signals " Rationality & Society, September, 2004
(M. Kaufman & L. Soso?, eds.), (Berlin: Peter Lang, 2005), pp. 313-341
"Y a-t-il des sentiments moraux?" in Dialogue, Vol XLIII (3), pp. 471-489.
" Le terrorisme a l'age imperial " Esprit, Aout-septembre, 2002.
"Exchange and Emotions" in Expanding the Economic Concept of Exchange: Deception, Self-deception and Illusions (C. Gerschlager, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.
" Good Tricks and Forced Moved or the Antinomy of Natural Reason " in Dennet's Philosophy: A Comprehensive assessment (D. Ross, A. Brook & D. Thompson, eds.) MIT Press, 2001.
참고 (수상 명 및 수상 년도, 국제회의발표상황(기조강연, 초빙강연등을 기재)등의 적극적으로 제공할 만한 정보를 기재할 것)
From June 2001 to June 2004 I was respectively Vice-President, President and Past-President of the Canadian Philosophical Association. In June 2003 I gave the Presidential Address to the Canadian Philosophical Association which can be found at www.acpcpa.ca . November 2001, I was keynote speaker at the annual meeting of Japanese Society for the History of Psychiatry, Kyoto University, Japan. In 2000 among the few non-French Nationals invited to give a conference in the millennium celebration L'universite de tous les saviors. In 1999 and in 2000 I was Chair of the Programme Committee respectively of the 44th and 45th annual meetings of the Canadian Philosophical Association. From 1997 to 2000 I was Vice-President of the Societe de philosophie du Quebec. Since 1980 I have been invited to participate in over 35 international conferences in Canada, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, China, Japan, Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, England, Brazil, and the United States. Member of the editorial board of the following journals: Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis and Culture (U.S.A.); Revue de philosophie economique (France); Rivista Portuguesa de Filosophia (Portugal)