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Le tournant sensoriel en droit : vers un droit sensible et sensé?

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 October 2019

Mark Antaki*
Affiliation:
Professeur agrégé Faculté de droit Université McGillmark.antaki@mcgill.ca

Résumé

Le tournant sensoriel en droit nous invite à vivre différemment le droit en reconnaissant la centralité de tous nos sens dans l’étude et la pratique d’une vocation qui nous appelle à la quête de sens. Il vise à renverser l’anesthésie générale qui afflige les études en droit, et en droit et société : la juridicité elle-même, c’est-à-dire l’essence du droit – les sens du droit – est une question sensorielle et sensuelle.

Abstract

The sensory shift in law invites us to experience law differently by recognizing the centrality of all our senses in the study and practice of a vocation that calls upon us to search for sense. It aims to reverse the general anaesthesia that afflicts studies in law and in law and society: legality itself, namely the essence of law—the senses of law—is a sensorial and sensual question.

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Footnotes

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Ces réflexions découlent de ma participation, ou plutôt de mon écoute, lors de The Othered Senses Workshop tenu le 2 mai à l’université Concordia, et soutenu par le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines. Je remercie vivement Andrea Salguero Florian et Raoul Wieland pour leur aide précieuse, ainsi qu’Alexandra Popovici pour ses commentaires ainsi que pour de nombreuses conversations qui ont alimenté ma réflexion. L’aide précieuse des deux premiers a été rendue possible par l’Assistanat de recherche en philosophie du droit Maître Guy Fortin et Maître Suzanne E Forest. Finalement, je suis extrêmement reconnaissant pour les lectures attentives et généreuses qui m’ont été offertes par David Howes, ainsi que par les évaluateurs anonymes.

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