Archive for February, 2012

School Place

This is what gave Jean Gagnepain the idea of a clinic that wanted to, himself, that is totally experimental. He said it was not because we changed "object" is to say "we" of nature to man (even if we build this man "object" is obvious) we change science: science must be, first a model consistent, and also place a check. It is important to experience somewhere, where the idea was that the clinic is, in man, the only place check. Referring to this clinic, Jean Gagnepain often evoked the work of the mechanic. In a strange car stops working all together. Nothing was damaged at the same time: sometimes it's on, other times the carburetor, etc. That's why he's always compared to a mechanic who learned mechanics repairing cars. Because, as in a car, it is strange that the man stop working all together.

Nothing was damaged at the same time: do not lose the reason, but we are right, and in the same way the reason might become the object of experimental science. With this title the Theory of Meditation may well be called clinical anthropology. And mediators (regrouped under the name of the School of Rennes), in the same way, are the first in the world to bet on the need to establish a scientific approach of the man who gives, obviously, in a theoretical model and at the same time, a place for experimentation. Put another way, the meeting point between the clinical theory and the place is very critical because we can not separate them …

Broadway is Afire With Rebecca!

Rebecca Naomi Jones is an amazing star.  She’s been on Broadway a number of times, first in “Passing Strange” and then in “American Idiot.” And she’s definitely no idiot. It’s a pleasure to watch such a talented actress and singer in the spotlight – one who definitely deserves the attention she is getting.

And it’s even more interesting to read about her background. She’s the daughter of a Jewish mother and black father who is making a go of it for herself on Broadway.  Her most recent role in “American Idiot” showed her to be an amazing singing sensation as well.

She pranced about in a skimpy costume for the show, reinterpreting the songs from the all-male punk-pop band Green Day. And she did it with perfect timing and a voice that rocked the stage.  It’s certainly fun to see such an inspiring and dynamic singer and actress!