“Provoking (the right) titles” - by Luis de Miranda[Research paper] by Luis de Miranda

2011-01-27

Luis de Miranda est né en 1971 au Portugal et vit depuis son enfance à Paris. Diplômé d'HEC en 1994, il a fait aussi des études de philosophie. Il est titulaire d'un master de philosophie à de l'université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne.

The co-director at Max Milo editions as well as a writer, a philosopher and the founder of the organization, “le CREEL”, Luis de Miranda an is actor of his own reality. Provocative but deep-thinking, creative but realistic, he stands up for a more self-critical society. He is the founder of the “crealiste” movement, which offers relevant and artistic solutions for becoming co-creators of our reality and escaping fatalism.

Quote article  Luis de Miranda, « “Provoking (the right) titles” - by Luis de Miranda », 27 january 2011, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Research paper]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/158.sls

In the same section

The ruling interest

[Reading report]

[Reading report] : Alice de Rochechouart

Using Baruch Spinoza’s philosophy, Frédéric Lordon studies current political and economical society’s foundations. He creates a new paradigm that enables him to analyze the matters of interest in modern societies.

>>Read more

The work : value endangered - by Dominique Méda

[Reading report]

[Reading report] : Jean-Michel Courtay

Today it is generally accepted that men need work for it is one of the key elements to create social cohesion. In his book, Dominique Méda intends to find out exactly when and how work has started to be glorified and considered as the origin of social cohesion. To that end, the author brings out...

>>Read more

The “Terre de Liens” property company

[Research paper]

[Research paper] : Laura Loffler

The Foncière Terre de Liens property company is a solidarity-based investment tool which collects savings from citizens to purchase land in order to install or maintain solidarity-based agri-rural project sponsors. Legally, it is a partnership limited by shares and it is managed by the Cooperative...

>>Read more

The History of Development – From Western Origins to Global Faith - by Gilbert Rist

[Reading report]

[Reading report] : Camille Deniau

For decades, development has been used as a political tool, to justify economic and social policies. It made people believe in global well-being and in the elimination of poverty. Why then is development today at the centre of a passionate debate, if it has failed so greatly? It is definitely...

>>Read more

La Perte des Sens - by Ivan Illich

[Reading report]

[Reading report] : Pablo Nomanza

This reading note is an attempt to identify some of the ideas developed in the book -– while trying to depict how coherent and achieved Illich's progression is. Comments emphasise both the content of the book, that is to say Illich's radical criticism of the industrial era and the alternative he...

>>Read more

Keyword

With the same doctype

Research paper

Leadership and responsibility for HEC... “CEO” and “responsibility” are... by Julien Lacaze
Different ways of fighting excess food... There are different ways of fighting... by Marie Mourad
Impact of the diverse visions of social... The dynamic of social entrepreneurship... by Camille Portejoie
Independent publishers and the social... An efflorescence of small and... by Fleur d'Harcourt
Aboriginal entrepreneurship in Quebec:... In Quebec, aboriginal people... by Garance Rey
Conditions for the sustainability of... A cultural brownfield can be defined as... by Marianne Rauche
Al Amana, critical analysis of a... Al Amana is a Moroc-credit association... by Yazid Arifi
Energy self-sufficiency with renewable... Our economic and social model is not... by Alexis Lemeillet
Is French alternative agriculture... French agriculture is as criticized as... by Laure Cassaigne
Perceptions of homeless persons and... The person “on the street” has... by Alix Peillon