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  1. Last 7 days
    1. Kristin Kobes Du Mez, a history professor at Calvin University and the author of Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation, argues that Trump represents the fulfillment, rather than the betrayal, of many of white evangelicals’ most deeply held values. Her thesis is that American evangelicals have worked for decades to replace the Jesus of the Gospels with an idol of rugged masculinity and Christian nationalism.

      I can see this certainly, and there's something about the origins of those in Appalachia (cross reference Colin Woodard's thesis in American Nations) which also seems to be at play.

  2. Oct 2021
  3. Sep 2021
    1. La gare est à 5 minutes en voiture de la maison
      1. les atouts du quartier
    2. dans un quartier calme
      1. les atouts du quartier
    3. Notre maison est dans un quartier calme, à 5 minutes en voiture du centre ville de Reims, 15 minutes en vélo (15 minutes en tramway)
      1. the house is in a calm neighborhood only a few minutes away from multiple options for public transportation
    4. Un parc avec des jeux pour enfants est situé à 3 minutes à pieds de la maison :)
      1. a park for kids is only 3 minutes away from the house
  4. Aug 2021
    1. The history of the American Negro is the history of this strife,—this longing to attain self-conscious manhood, to merge his double self into a better and truer self.

      What would be involved in the act of "merging" that Du Bois fantasizes about?

    2. It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others,

      What is "peculiar" about Du Bois's mode of perception? How does his "double consciousness" compare to Emerson's experience of the "bare earth" in "Nature"? Why doesn't Du Bois just head out for the "perfect sweetness of solitude"?

    3. It is in the early days of rollicking boyhood that the revelation first bursts upon one,

      What is the "revelation" that bursts up on Du Bois in childhood? What choices does it leave Du Bois as he attempts to work through it?

    4. To the real question, How does it feel to be a problem? I answer seldom a word.

      What does it mean to be a problem? Why is this such a strange-sounding construction and what are some of its implications?

    5. Between me and the other world there is ever an unasked question

      What's the first word of the first chapter? Why is betweenness such a crucial term in Du Bois's discourse? How does this opening compare to Emerson's?

    6. And, finally, need I add that I who speak here am bone of the bone and flesh of the flesh of them that live within the Veil?

      What is the rhetorical effect of this line? What would it mean for him to "add" or not "add" the fact of his blackness? What do you make of his dramatic understatement, his "need I add," that doesn't quite add or subtract his racial identity?

    7. Gentle Reader

      Who is this "gentle reader"? How does Du Bois situate reader and writer in this piece from the beginning? What is "hidden," and from whom?

  5. Jul 2021
    1. Nếu có dịp đến Gia Lai du lịch mà bạn bỏ qua một địa điểm này thì đó là thiếu sót rất lớn, cánh đồng chè Bàu Cạn gắng liền với hàng trăm năm với vùng đất Chư Prông hiện tại. Có nhiều khác biệt so với Biển Hồ chè và cánh đồng chè Bàu Cạn mà khi bạn đặt chân đến mới có thể cảm nhận rõ sự khác biệt rõ rệt đó.

      Cánh đồng chè Bàu Cạn – Đồn điền chè danh tiếng trăm năm

  6. May 2021
    1. The new model is very much influenced by prudent bank regulation and the aim to reduce income smoothing

      Il y a un peu confusion des genres. Certes le nouveau modèle est influencé par les pratiques du secteur bancaire. Le G20 ayant sommé le Board de l'IAS de revoir sa copie suite à la crise financière, c'est un peu logique. Cela dit c'est un grand pas de l'IASB car le normalisateur comptable ne souhaitait pas "sectoriser" la norme comptable. Cependant ce sont les établissements financiers qui utilisent le plus la norme sur les instruments financiers (IFRS9).

  7. Apr 2021
    1. les horaires étant annualisés, ils font en général 40 ou 41 heures semaine,
    2. Non , les personnels administratifs en EPLE ne bénéficient pas des vacances scolaires, car ils travaillent pendant les vacances, pour préparer, organiser, gérer… tout comme d’autres personnels de l’Éducation nationale qui pendant que les élèves ont des vacances travaillent à d’autres tâches encore pour le bon fonctionnement du système éducatif. Non, les personnels administratifs des services ne bénéficient pas non plus des vacances scolaires.
    1. Astreintes des chefs d'établissements scolaires 9e législature Question écrite n° 03237 de M. Philippe Madrelle (Gironde - SOC) publiée dans le JO Sénat du 26/01/1989 - page 118 M. Philippe Madrelle appelle l'attention de M. le ministre d'Etat, ministre de l'éducation nationale, de la jeunesse et des sports, sur les différentes modalités d'astreintes auxquelles sont assujettis les chefs d'établissements scolaires. Il lui demande de bien vouloir lui préciser si les chefs d'établissements sont obligés d'assurer d'une manière permanente la garde des bâtiments administratifs, pédagogiques et des logements de fonction de l'établissement où ils exercent leur activité professionnelle. Par ailleurs, il lui demande si cette astreinte est susceptible de s'étendre à d'autres personnels de l'établissement. Réponse du ministère : Éducation publiée dans le JO Sénat du 04/05/1989 - page 713 Réponse. - En plus de leurs responsabilités définies par le décret n° 85-924 du 30 août 1985 relatives au bon fonctionnement des établissements durant les périodes de présence des élèves, afin d'assurer la sécurité des personnes et des biens, les chefs d'établissement doivent assurer également un certain nombre d'obligations pendant les congés scolaires. La réglementation applicable en ce domaine conduit le chef d'établissement, dans le respect des dispositions statutaires en matière de congés annuels, à organiser durant les vacances une permanence qui répond à des objectifs précis : garantir le renseignement des familles et notamment prévoir l'inscription des élèves, permettre aux services académiques d'effectuer le travail préparatoire pour les rentrées scolaires, assurer l'encadrement du personnel de service pour la conduite des travaux d'entretien ou de réfection qui ne peuvent s'effectuer qu'en dehors de la présence des élèves, permettre la réponse de l'étab lissement aux sollicitations extérieures que peut appeler la politique d'ouverture du service public de l'éducation nationale. Il relève de la responsabilité du chef d'établissement d'établir à cet effet un service de vacances dans lequel, pour la période des vacances scolaires d'été, sa présence est notamment impérative deux semaines après la sortie des élèves et deux semaines avant leur rentrée. Sont astreints également au service des vacances, outre les chefs d'établissement, leurs adjoints, les personnels d'éducation ainsi que les personnels affectés au service d'intendance. S'agissant du gardiennage pendant la période de fermeture, il appartient au chef d'établissement de proposer à l'inspecteur d'académie, directeur des services départementaux de l'éducation, les modalités de mise en place de ce service et les éventuelles solutions de remplacement. Enfin, compte tenu des conséquences de l'organisation du service de vacances sur le fonctionnement des établissements, le chef d'établissement doit tenir informé selon le cas le président du conseil régional ou général du dispositif retenu.
  8. Mar 2021
    1. ’une dimension distingue particulièrement les contributeurs, soit le fait de rechercher ou de partager de l’information.
    2. écrire les modalités et structures de contribution propres aux échanges en ligne.
    1. Peñe, kenn du ko able.

      Un peigne, personne ne le prête.

      peñe bi -- (French) comb.

      kenn -- no one.

      du -- to be (negative). ➖

      ko -- it.

      able v. -- to lend.

  9. Nov 2020
  10. Oct 2020
    1. Une authentique dérogation est à noter: la loi du 15 mars 2004 a introduit l’interdiction du « port de signes ou de tenues » manifestant « ostensiblement une appartenance religieuse » pour les élèves des écoles, collèges et lycées publics, qui sont des usagers du service public de l’éducation. Ainsi, les signes et tenues interdits sont ceux dont le port conduit à se faire immédiatement reconnaître par son appartenance religieuse, tels que le foulard, la kippa ou une croix de dimension manifestement excessive. La loi ne remet pas en cause le droit des élèves de porter des signes religieux discrets.Il est à noter que cette interdiction, strictement limitée aux écoles collèges et lycées publics, ne s’applique pas dans l’enseignement supérieur,et notamment au sein de l’université, que les élèves, usagers, sont libres de fréquenter en revendiquant leur religion, sous réserve, classiquement, de ne pas troubler l’ordre public.
  11. Sep 2020
    1. we assert a hierarchy based on an arbitrary judgment of what is “real” or “good” or “right” code

      Comme on l'a déjà fait par le passé (et même encore aujourd'hui) en littérature, finalement. C'est peut-être aussi par là que les critical code studies rejoignent les études littéraires. En laissant de côté une évaluation subjective de la qualité du code, on peut s'intéresser plus spécifiquement à son sens, à son imbrication dans un contexte, à son statut dans un espace culturel, etc.

    2. Code was literally becoming the means of debate, used as evidence in arguments for and against the scientific valid-ity of climate change.

      Intéressant parallèle à faire entre ce traitement du code et celui des publications scientifiques en médecine... Le manque d'informations dont dispose le public pour comprendre et contextualiser les études scientifiques de beaucoup de domaines peut ici se comparer à celui qui est fait de ce code, brandi comme argument mais fallacieux parce que mal interprété, mal contextualisé, etc.

  12. Aug 2020
    1. C’est la plateforme qui décide ce que j’ai à dire à propos de moi et comment le dire, ce qui est important et ce qui ne l’est pas, à quelle fréquence et à qui j’écris. Ces valeurs sont prédéterminées par la plateforme.
  13. Jul 2020
    1. What’s needed are ways for these people to investigate AI, to contest it, to influence it or to even dismantle it.

      Means of combat; paths to negotiation of power.

  14. Jun 2020
    1. vous

      Pourquoi est ce que pour cette question il a fallu calculer a nouveau le rayon de la terre alors qu'elle était déjà donnée dans un document et que nous l'avons calculer dans la question 13 ? Et que les 3 valeurs ( valeur donnée dans le doc et dans les calculs ) ne sont pas les mêmes

  15. May 2020
  16. Mar 2020
    1. Dois-je me relier à la classe uniquement selon mon emploi du temps ?Les professeurs restent responsables de la conception de leur enseignement et prennent appui sur les personnels de direction chargés de la mise en cohérence des initiatives de chaque professeur. En outre, le lien avec la classe peut être maintenu sous des formes différentes (envoi de devoirs par messagerie, classes virtuelles, lecture de documents, recherches...). Une attention particulière devra être portée aux élèves qui ne disposent pas d’équipement adapté au format numérique. Des documents sous format papier seront alors mis à disposition de ces élèves.

      Il arrive que des enseignants demandent aux élèves de se connecter lors du même créneau horaire.

  17. Jan 2020
    1. Davidson appelle « action tout ce qu’un agent fait intentionnellement » (1982, p.5). Searle note qu’« il n’y a pas d’action sans intention » (1985, p. 105).

      importance de l'intention (corpus philosophique à l'appui)

  18. Nov 2019
    1. Il connaissait une quantité de poètes et d’écrivains dont j’ignorais tout ; avec lui entraient dans la maison les rumeurs d’un monde qui m’était fermé : comme j’aurais voulu y pénétrer ! Papa disait volontiers : « Simone a un cerveau d’homme. Simone est un homme. »
    2. Dans tous les domaines, autant j’étais avide de m’instruire, autant je trouvais fastidieux d’exécuter.
  19. Oct 2019
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    1. romourJaintlatteroflaatfallyouwillinfarthatI.th1nkitbest,&desirennberemovadfromthisstationonaccountatSomeprejudicesagainatme,here,inthemindsofacmeoftheBnhnd.-I.stillthinkthegem

      Ely wants to leave Fond du Lac because some of the Board has prejudices against him being there

    2. oreoftheIndianswishtosettledownasisnowantio-ipated,andshonldthe.missionbenomoreinterrupedinitscoursebytheIndianshostilities,threemalemissionariesmightbeveryprofitablyemployedat

      Ayer is misleading in his attempts to appease Greene

    3. oubtlessalltheFamiliesoverwhomanyinfluencehasbeenex~ertedbythemissionwillgo.Thereisbutlittleprospectthateven8or3childrenfromtheFortcouldbegatheredforaschoolastheclerkwilltakehisfamilywithhim;.and,asisnowthecalculation,onebepladedhere,whohasnochildrenforschool.Itisnotneces—saryIpresumetotouchonotherpointshintedatinthejointlet—ter.Brsno

      Ayer says the school at Fond du Lac isn't promising in terms of attendance

    4. Therehavebeann9indianaenoampedherewithén6‘0£‘V'H63k63'&ndnhene»p£obablyJ3ill—beLanaauxiugtn;win$er;to~remainanylanghh___cftime,Th

      no Ojibwe camping near Fond du Lac still

    5. twastheopinionoftheBrethren,lastspring,thatLeechLakewasamorehopefulfieldthanthisplace&thatideahasbeforethemthatitmightbeexpedienttodiscontinuethis,&reoccupythatsta—tion.B

      Leech Lake is more hopeful than Fond du Lac

    6. derallthesecircumstances,thequestionisseriouslypre—sentedtoourmindswhetherweareSpendingourstrengthtothebestedVentageinsinencingtheKingdomofchri

      Ayer is questioning whether or not the Board is wise to continue operating at Fond du Lac

    7. SomelatemeasuresoftheAmFurCaAtoEiewallthemeetineustriousandenterprisingiggmhereanddrewethersaw

      AFC is affecting population surrounding the missions

    8. heschonlsinceitsestablishmenthasbeenmadeupprincipal—lyofhalfbreedCatholicchildrenconnectedwiththeTradingho

      School at Fond du Lac is primarily used by "half breed Catholic" children

    9. MrEhearingitfrequentlyrepeatedhydifferentindividualsthathisrighttore

      Ely might be forced out

    10. WitnessingthesecasesandalsotheoneofthefirstChiefwhoprofessedfore'timetobeaProtestantChristian,butwithinayearturnedagainasthe"Dogtohisvomit"theIndianssuspectthehis—sionariesofsinistermotivesinattemptingtoconvertthemtothe_whitemansreligion,whichtheyimagineismadeupofforms

      Ayer says the Natives are skeptical of Christianity

    11. FormorethanayearpastIhavethoughtthatthefundsoftheBoardweremisappliedinsupportingamissionatthisplaceAf—tersomemonthsresidencehereIamfullysatisfiedofthefact.myreasonsImayprobablystateinasubsequentlette

      Ayer basically says that the Board is wasting their money at Fond du Lac

    12. tFondduLacalsothingsatpresentwearadiscouragingas

      also not great at Fond du Lac according to Hall

    13. hefollowingarethereasonsforcontinuingFond.duLa

      Reasons for staying at Fond du Lac

      • property
      • agriculture
      • school
      • less Catholicism than in past
    14. WithregardtoL.Lakeweallwereoftheopinion,thatitismoreimportantinanultimatepointofview,thanFondduLa

      Why Leech Lake is better to occupy than Fond du Lac

    15. WewereunanimousinourviewswithregardtoreoccupyingLeechLake&inabandoningFondduLacincasetheBoardcannotsustainboth.Todowhichrequirestwo

      Boutwell, Ayer, and Ely are all in agreement that if finances are bad, they should reoccupy Leech Lake and abandon Fond du Lac

    16. eshallleaveitforhim&hisbrethrentodecid

      Greene tells Ely that Boutwell will decide where to stay for the next year

    17. ahaysbeensomanhabafflizatedth13.seaéonbysickn

      Fond du Lac has sickness

    18. MrBoutwellwritesmefromFondduLac,thathehasdeterminedtoleavehisfamilytherewhilehegoeshimselftoLeechLaketoseetheIndiansthere,andtakecareofthepropertyhehasthere,andthenwillreturntoFduLtospendthewinter

      Boutwell is going to leave his family at Fond du Lac while he travels to Leech Lake

    19. rrivedatFondduLa

      Boutwell arrives at Fond du Lac (for permanent placement)

    20. tomothatyouhadbetterremovetooneofthosestationsandtakeupyourabo

      Greene lists reasons why Boutwell should relocate

    21. greateratPokegummathanatFonduLac

      Greene suggests that Boutwell relocate to Pokegoma or Fond du Lac

    22. AlthoughI.amnotChiaf,yetI.awrightfulowneroftheland.-(liecannot:sellthelanci,wewilllandittoyou)Youcanamenygurhouseonthepointwhereyounowl

      Nindipen says Ely can build on land at Fond du Lac

    23. whoarebutlittlebetterinformedthan.the.India

      The Catholics around Fond du Lac are comparable to the Natives, according to Ely

    24. WearebutMissCook,hrs.Ely,self&littleDaughter.Howlonr3138Cookwillremainisuncertain

      Miss Cooke is still at Fond du Lac

    25. .will,as

      Ely is not requesting transfer yet

    26. YouwishmetoshowcharitytotheIndians——DoyouexpectmetofeedeveryManwhoasksproviéionsofme——or——thosewhocomeininthewinter,indistress-—evenasweheredonethepastWinter?He_repliedthe[?MS.torn]latter.Afterthetalk,I.invitedthemhomewithme,&tookanritingineffect,asabove,whichN.signed&'E.witnesse

      Ely's conversation with Natives around Fond du Lac

    27. Wedonothateyou--wehatethosewhosentyouhere

      Natives at Fon du Lac not highly receptive to missionary presence

    28. Ourcookingroomwas8by10infrontofchimney.ThiswasalsoourSchoolroo

      Mission at Fond du Lac is very tiny

    1. hefruitsoftheschoolatFondulacareabundantaaeng—thefewhavelost,Remyimproved.GodmayyetgettohimselfGloryfrommypoorweaklaboursnhe

      Fond du Lac now seems to be the only mission currently doing well in both labor and mission work

    2. oaso'ourIndianashouldgointothewoods,itmaybeexped-ientthatImwinto;itFondulaaratherthanatLepoin

      Ely doesn't know whether he will need to be at Fond du Lac or La Pointe for the winter yet

    3. GodinhieProvidencehasagainbroughtmyoelf'afamilywithinashortdistanceofFeeon1&0!&thereasonofthisMovement,13,inshortth

      After war erupted at Pokegoma, the mission families decided to leave, some of whom wanted to go to La Pointe and others to Fond du Lac

    4. WearrivedatFondulacaboutnoon.

      The travel party arrives at Fond du Lac on the 3rd day of travel

    5. WeexpecttostartonourtourtoFondulaciftheweatherbefairsoIhavetospendtheremainderoftheweekinpreparingour“wapon"——awordmeaning,inthiscountry,provisionforajourne

      Traveling to Fond du Lac

  21. Sep 2019
    1. lltheglGdSofFondduLacstationarenowremovedeithertoPokegemaorthisplace,save2Boxes,whhwillsoonbebroughtdown

      Fond du Lac is completely moved out of

    2. DavidGreenetoDelia

      Okay so it appears that Greene says the Board doesn't recommend that Cooke return to La Pointe, but that if she wants to still, they might let her?

    3. et,ifyouwentthereinobeiencetowhatappearedtoyoutobethecallsofGod'sprovidenceandhaveonestlylaboredthereforhim,youmaybesurethathehadsomeWisepurposeisendingyouthere,andthathehasnotcalledyoutoremovefromthatpost,untitheworkwhichhehadinviewwasaccomplish

      Greene essentially tells Ely that he and his family are staying at Fond du Lac until it develops

    4. IhadlittlehopeoftheFonduLacstationfromthebegin'ning,thoughIhardlyknowwhatreasontoassignforit,exceptthestrengthofpaa1innuencether

      Greene believes that the original failure of Fond du Lac was caused by the influence of Catholicism there

    5. elivermefromdealingwithsuchIndsasthese.

      Ely doesn't want to occupy Fond du Lac anymore

    6. feélsomuchirritatedattimeswhensomeoftheseScampspresentthemselves&commencetheirbegging,thatIfeelwretchedenough,untilIseetheirbacks,&eventhenfeelwretchedthatIhaze£§l1.§

      Ely describes the needs of the Natives through his own eyes at Fond du Lac

    1. Chiefgavemehismedisinba

      a chief at La Pointe gives his medicine bag to Joseph Town, except it's actually at Fond du Lac?

    2. MissCookisnowatFondduLac.ShewentthereinMay&willprobablyremaintillnextspring.Heraidseemedtobeneededtheremorethanhere.MrElyiserectingsomesmallbuildingsfortheaccommodationofhisfamilyandschoo

      Miss Cook is at Fond du Lac with Mr. Ely

    3. FondduLacandLeechLak

      All Northwest Missions, but especially Fond du Lac and Leech Lake, need more labor to sustain them

    4. OneoftheseyoungmenspentthewinteratFondduLacwithMrEly

      one travelling Native spent winter with Mr. Ely at Fond du Lac while travelling to Lac Courtiraille

    5. AndsothetotalnumberofthenEwly-convertedIndiansinthismission,sinceth

      213 new converts since August (1835?) at Fond du Lac (?)

    6. hopeofhavingapermanentmissionaryintheirlocalitypleasedthemimmesely.Theyshowedmetheplacewheretheywishedtohavethemissionchurchndthehomeofthemissionary

      Baraga claims that the Natives at Fond du Lac desperately want a missionary to reside there permanently

    7. PierreCotté

      Baraga mentions the fur trader again (Pierre Cotte) who sings and reads to the Natives

    8. IwentonMay26ona,whereIspent14days.IfoundtheIndiansthereinthebestofconditions.ItisremarkablehowthesepoorIndianscankeeptheirfaithinreligion,sincetheyhavenomissionaryamongthe

      In May, Baraga visits Fond du Lac (which was unoccupied by missionaries) and remarks how well off they are

    1. gestes philosophiques

      les «conditions matérielles» de production de la pensée ne sont autre chose que la technique, que les sciences du design (ou philosophie du design) ont pour objet d'étude.

      La technique est en soi un «geste philosophique»; la technique en soi possède un contenu de connaissance qui est intégré à elle; autrement dit, la technique, c'est de la connaissance (un «produit du savoir»).

  22. Aug 2019
    1. fheisneededmoreatFondduLac,oratsomeotherstationthanhere,hewillprobablylea

      Sproat was supposed to go with Ely to Fond du Lac, but the sickness of Mrs. Hall made him stay at La Pointe to help Ms. Cooke with the school

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    1. ltthattheSpiritdirectedhi

      Mr. Town will occupy Fond du Lac

    2. thofthesamemo

      52 Native baptized at Fond du Lac in September 1835 (148 total, everywhere?)

    3. thankedthegoodma

      a pious fur-trader at Fond du Lac is the reason so many Ojibwe wanted to be converted (Pierre Cotte)

    4. ndiansinFondduLac

      According to Baraga, the Natives at Fond du Lac want a priest

    5. withhisfamily,toFondduLacinafewda

      at the end of September the Ely family will return to Fond du Lac

    6. Fondd

      Both Fond du Lac and Sandy Lake are unoccupied

    7. doubtfulwhetherwemaycalculateoneno

      lack of people and supplies makes it seem like Fond du Lac will be without missionaries for a while

    8. FondduLacistherefo

      Fond du Lac is without missionaries in September 1835

    9. eretoassistMr.Hall.FondduLacistherefor

      September 1835: Ely stays at La Pointe, Fond du Lac in unattended

    10. NinetymilesfromhereisantherIndianvillagecalledFondduLac,wheretherearemanyIndianswhowishtoaccepttheCatholicreligion

      Fond du Lac is 90 miles from La Pointe, and according to Baraga has many Ojibwe who want to be converted

    1. FondduLac.ReachedtisplBro.Hall,inlookingoverthMNHS.1Box.P2528aceabout2pm.Theafternoonwasoccupiedwithapremises.&c.withaViewtoapermanentlocationforamission,andinmakingarrangementsforBro.E.toremainherethepresentwinter.At8

      Fond du Lac and Mr. Ely

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    1. erearesupposedtobenearlyasmanyIndiansintheFondduLacDepartment,asinalltheLakeSuperiorDepartmen

      almost as many Natives in Fond du Lac as in all of Lake Superior area

    2. Embarkedabout10o’ClkA.M.withmydearWife,onboardaboatbelongingtoA.M.F.Co,boundtoFondduLacinchargeofDoct.Borup....PeterAzhaniguonaccompaniesus.HeisaNativeofF.du.Lac—1/4/White,--ConvertedhaslabouredoneyearwiththeMethodistBrethren,&cameoutwithtwoIndianPreachers,toestablishaMissionatLacCourtereille.Itwasdeemedexpendeintbythemtoreturn&winteratLePointe.Br.HallemployedonasInterpreter--&Petercametoassistme.HespeaksonlyOjibue—reads&writestolerablywellmownlan

      Mr. Ely and his wife are travelling to Fond du Lac

    3. LacduFlanbeaumightbeapproachedbytheOuisocuein;YellowLake,bytheSt.Groin;andSandyLake,LeechLakeandalmostalltheIndianbandsinthatdirection,bytheMississippianditsuppertributa

      how to access each band via waterway

    1. hoWoniduL10BandisontheinorepaeintheEatimationofthatradaru.Theu~m23ofnbresprincipleJhicfs"re"ongozga,thoLoongfoot,“kinguptic“pruas,&lndlbona.a,littlehead.’Totalofnon,1010n&children133

      The Fond du Lao Band is growing Chiefs: Skingup (the Spruce), Indibons (the little head),and Mongozia (the Loons Foot), the total population is 193

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  23. Mar 2019
    1. House with separate gites, as well as two discreet guest bedrooms to potentially let. Near the Canal du Midi

  24. Feb 2019
    1. savoirs et savoir-faire

      on ajoute parfois un troisième pan au triptyque des "savoirs" = les savoirs, le savoir-faire et le faire-savoir, qui rencontre un écho dans le graphique du chapitre suivant dans les trois dimensions du document. Les savoirs sont la dimension historique, le savoir-faire le juridique et enfin, et surtout, le faire-savoir, la dimension pédagogique

  25. Jan 2019
    1. merge his double self into a better and truer self.

      What would be involved in the act of "merging" that Du Bois fantasizes about?

    2. It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others

      What is "peculiar" about Du Bois's mode of perception? How does his "double consciousness" compare to Emerson's experience of the "bare earth" in "Nature"? Why doesn't Du Bois just head out for the "perfect sweetness of solitude"?

    3. the revelation first bursts upon one

      What is the "revelation" that bursts up on Du Bois in childhood? What choices does it leave Du Bois as he attempts to work through it?

    4. How does it feel to be a problem?

      What does it mean to be a problem? Why is this such a strange-sounding construction and what are some of its implications?

    5. Between

      What's the first word of the first chapter? Why is betweenness such a crucial term in Du Bois's discourse? How does this opening compare to Emerson's?

    6. need I add that I who speak

      What is the rhetorical effect of this line? What would it mean for him to "add" or not "add" the fact of his blackness? What do you make of his dramatic understatement, his "need I add," that doesn't quite add or subtract his racial identity?

    7. Gentle Reader

      Who is this "gentle reader"? How does Du Bois situate reader and writer in this piece from the beginning? What is "hidden," and from whom?

    1. L’espace réservé aux eaux n’est pas considéré comme surface d’assolement.

      phrase explosive. Faire estimer la perte de SDA pour le canton de Vaud. A transmettre au SDT

    2. La plupart de ces pertes (31 000 ha) sont liées à la construction de bâtiments, dont un cinquième cependant pour l’accroissement des bâtiments agricoles.

      A transmettre à Imhof pour documenter la perte de SDA due aux constructions agricoles.

  26. Feb 2018
    1. It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity.

      Frantz Fanon's The Fact of Blackness comes to mind:

      I came into the world imbued with the will to find a meaning in things, my spirit filled with the desire to attain to the source of the world, and then I found that I was an object in the midst of other objects.

      Sealed into that crushing objecthood, I turned beseechingly to others. Their attention was a liberation, running over my body suddenly abraded into nonbeing, endowing me once more with an agility that I had thought lost, and by taking me out of the world, restoring me to it.

    2. It was the ideal of “book-learning”; the curiosity, born of compulsory ignorance, to know and test the power of the cabalistic letters of the white man, the longing to know.

      The ballot and "book-learning" are tools that black people can use in order to strive by learning the rules or laws of the white man, and using their vote in order to change them.

    3. and yet the swarthy spectre sits in its accustomed seat at the Nation’s feast.

      What does he mean? What is the "swarthy spectre"?

    4. for the problem of the Twentieth Century is the problem of the color line.

      The problem of segregation, or the "veil".

    5. He would not Africanize America, for America has too much to teach the world and Africa. He would not bleach his Negro soul in a flood of white Americanism, for he knows that Negro blood has a message for the world

      I love this statement. Too American for Home and too homely for America (a common West Indian saying). There's a resistance in this between ground. It's a creation of a new American culture, enriched by the touch of Africa that was stolen. I would like to argue that this is essentially, the petri dish for "black culture".

    6. Do not these Southern outrages make your blood boil?

      Good transition to Walter Johnson's On Agency - between the world and the black body needs to exist some rage to express their oppression. If the black man (or woman) doesn't subscribe their agency when they are trapped in a rageful place - they aren't "reclaiming their agency" - this (forcing black folks to expose their souls for the benefit of letting their pain be known) is a form of good intentioned white supremacy.

    7. without having the doors of Opportunity closed roughly in his face.

      This reminds me of a common black household phrase: "You have to work twice as hard to be half as good." From childhood we are reminded that white mediocracy is often rewarded while black excellence can still be overlooked simply because of our complexion.

    8. worshipped Freedom

      The idea of worshipping freedom draws on the strong religious presence amongst Black people during the time of slavery. Like God, freedom was something to hope for. Both God and freedom gave the enslaved something to believe in.

    9. human

      I think the fact that he used the term "human opportunity" rather than solely saying "black opportunity" is important because historically, the Black community has advocated for rights and equality of all people, not just black people. This can still be seen today in the realms of feminism and police brutality.

    10. The would-be black savant was confronted by the paradox that the knowledge his people needed was a twice-told tale to his white neighbors, while the knowledge which would teach the white world was Greek to his own flesh and blood.

      White people had long been given the knowledge necessary to succeed. However, the source of this knowledge was never readily available to black people. This made it even harder for Black people to succeed in a society already constructed against them.

    11. And yet, being a problem is a strange experience,—peculiar even for one who has never been anything else

      The idea of being viewed as a problem is one that is instilled from childhood and is carried throughout one’s life. However, it remains peculiar because one is not labeled a problem by choice. Why must I carry and constantly suffer under a burden that I never asked for?

    12. tear down that veil

      The image of the veil, even as a child, allows him the double-consciousness he elaborates on in the next paragraph - of individual self awareness of his potential as well as awareness of the traits and opportunities he is ascribes by the other side.

    13. Freedom, too, the long-sought, we still seek,—the freedom of life and limb, the freedom to work and think, the freedom to love and aspire.

      The freedom he describes in this paragraph reflect the need for Black Americans to uplift and define themselves, i.e. gain inscriptive power over their history and identity

    14. For the first time he sought to analyze the burden he bore upon his back, that dead-weight of social degradation partially masked behind a half-named Negro problem

      He directly addresses the concept of the "negro problem" here when he says it is "half-named." It seems to suggest both that the other, unnamed half of the problem is the "white" half, and that the words "negro problem" were devised only by the side of white oppressors, and the POC half did not get a say in the defining of their own repression.

    15. bought

      I think his choice of verse is telling - to be free is still to be "bought," even if by God. Reinforces the question of agency black people have over their bodies and stories.

    16. General question: the guiding metaphor here is visual. Du Bois claims the "Negro" has "second sight," lives behind a "veil," and so on. What are moments in which writing impinges on this metaphor and makes things more complicated? How does Du Bois raise questions of access to writing, inscription, publication throughout this piece?

    17. the Negro is a sort of seventh son, born with a veil, and gifted with second-sight in this American world,

      Why "gift"? Du Bois would seem to lay out a model of victimhood here, with the "Negro" being split and nearly torn. So is he being ironic here?

    18. How does it feel to be a problem?

      It's a strange question. What would be the usual way of wording this? What position does this question put Du Bois (and by extension, minority subjects in general) in?

    19. Between me and the other world

      Canny readers will hear this phrase echoing through African American writing, from Douglass, as we'll see, to Wright's poem "Between the World and Me," to Coates's recent book, which takes its title from the Wright poem.

  27. Oct 2017
    1. Un système qui n’est pas sans rappeler le régime français des intermittents du spectacle, dans lequel une sorte de “revenu de base”, calculé sur la base des revenus antérieurs, assure une sorte de plancher minimal de revenu. On peut d’ailleurs imaginer que ce revenu de base ne serait par versé tous les mois, mais seulement les mois où les revenus sont nettement plus bas. En Belgique, la coopérative SMart offre des services aux indépendants qui vont dans ce sens.
  28. Aug 2017
  29. Mar 2017
    1. oolf develops a metaphor in which literary art is a horse and "propa-ganda" is a donkey-attempting to mingle the two can produce only sterile off-spring

      Around this time, W.E.B. Du Bois was writing that all art is propaganda and advocated for African American literature that offered favorable depictions of black people. It's interesting that both Du Bois and Woolf were thinking about liberation through writing but had different ideas about the connection between art and propaganda.

  30. Feb 2017
    1. scholars

      I'm reading a lot in another class about historiography and about African Americans such as Du Bois reclaiming African American history, pointing out the unique culture, accomplishments and struggles while also revealing how those in privileged positions have constructed myths about blackness which resulted in the silencing of their history and experiences. Stewart is doing something similar in reclaiming the history of women.

  31. Aug 2016
    1. GPU and CUDA

      Rất gần deep learning - học sâu từ dữ liệu lớn giống người học giỏi nhờ có nhiều sách, đi học thêm v.v.

  32. Jul 2016
    1. un régime spectaculaire, fonctionnant sur une coupure scénique et une convergence des regards vers un espace-temps attentionnel unique

      société du spectacle

    1. DỮ LIỆU

      học từ nó: science hay learning from data

    2. - TS. Phan Xuân Hiếu

      được thầy miễn học phí!

  33. Jan 2016
    1. convention collective nationale Judicial branch: Supreme Court of Appeals or Cour de Cassation, judges are appointed by the president from nominations of the High Council of the Judiciary; Constitutional Council or Conseil Constitutionnel, three members appointed by the president, three members appointed by the president of the National Assembly, and three appointed by the president of the Senate; Council of State or Conseil d'Etat.

  34. Jul 2015
    1. the gap between her world and the world for which I had been summoned to speak.

      A riff on the title of TNC's forthcoming book, itself a a riff on WEB Du Bois's famous description of black experience in The Souls of Black Folk (1903). As he opens that book in a chapter entitled "Of Our Spiritual Strivings":

      BETWEEN me and the other world there is ever an unasked question: unasked by some through feelings of delicacy; by others through the difficulty of rightly framing it. All, nevertheless, flutter round it.