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Cours public 2007

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Cours public 2007

A society podcast in French from UNIL | Université de Lausanne
Website: http://www.unil.ch/courspublic

De Roger Federer à Ernesto Bertarelli en passant par Lauriane Gilliéron, la société nous projette quotidiennement à la figure des exemples de réussite économique, sociale ou médiatique. Qu’ils nous fassent rêver ou cauchemarder, ces symboles érigés en modèles posent le problème des relations entre la société et le devenir de l’individu. Comment résister à la culture accrue de la réussite et de la compétitivité ? Quels sont ces modèles et quels sacrifices se cachent derrière ces ascensions fulgurantes ? Peut-on encore penser économiquement la réussite pour tous ? Si les êtres humains ont érigé leurs standards, comment les espèces animales envisagent-elles la notion de performance et de réussite ?

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