Alain-Marc Rieu
Professeur émérite, Université de Lyon – Jean Moulin
Membre de l’IETT
amrieu@gmail.com

Tous les travaux portent sur le secteur transversal :
-    société technicienne, écologie
-    théorie du moderne

MOTS-CLÉS / key words

Contemporary philosophy, political epistemology, European studies, theory of the modern

THÉMATIQUES DE RECHERCHE : soit paragraphe rédigé de 15 lignes maximum, soit présentation synoptique non rédigée

  Science and Technology Studies.
The conception, organization and status of Knowledge in advanced Industrial Societies. Comparative analysis of research policies within their institutional environments.
  Comparative contemporary political and social philosophy.
European Studies. Global Studies.
Dirige à l’IETT le Trans-science project, développé avec le Collaborative Design Center, Osaka University. Sur la base d’une géopolitique de la recherche et de l’innovation, ce projet étudie la formation de politiques de recherche de plus en plus inclusives, à partir d’études de cas et d’une analyse critique des modèles structurant la conception et la mise en œuvre de ses politiques. L’objet de référence est le Japon mais le projet développe des comparaisons avec les pays d’Europe de l’Ouest, les Etats-Unis et la Chine.

PUBLICATIONS (DEPUIS 2010)
La plupart des publications sont directement accessibles à partir des listes ci-dessous.
Voir aussi http://am-rieu.name (en cours de révision), halshs, Academia et ResearchGate.

Ouvrages

Paru

Le Japon, un pays inachevé qui ne parvient pas à dépasser la modernité, trad. japonaise Ryo Kubota, Tokyo, Suiseisha, 2013.

A paraître en 2018

1.    Managing knowledge, governing society. Research and innovation policies, governmentality and critical theory. With Gerald Barnett (Research Technology Enterprise, Seattle), Benoît Godin (Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Montréal), Kamisato Tatsuhiro (Chiba University), Ulrich Hilpert (Friedrich Shiller University), 2018
2.    Théorie du moderne. Le cas du Japon, 2018.

Ouvrage collectif

A-M Rieu (ed.), Chinese and French views on Knowledge & Society today. Philosophy, Ethics, Epistemology, Paris, Les Éditions des Archives Contemporaines, 2012. http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699362


Chapitres d’ouvrage

1.    “The Kantian model: Confucianism and the modern divide”, in Stephen Palmquist (ed.), Cultivating Personhood: Kant and Asian Philosophy, The Hague, De Gruyter, 2010, p 741-752 <http://w7.ens-lsh.fr/amrieu/spip.php?article279>

2.    “Theory of the Modern” in Yang Guorong (ed.), Multiple modernity. Culture, theory, problems. Chinese and European thoughts on Modernity, trad. chinoise, Shanghai, ECNU Press, February 2011, p 23-34. http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699183

3.    “Modernity. A mutation of knowledge in society” in A-M Rieu (ed.), Chinese and French views on Knowledge & Society today. Philosophy, Ethics, Epistemology, Paris, Les Éditions des Archives Contemporaines, February 2012 <http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699362>.

4.    “Theory of the modern”, in A-M Rieu (ed.), Chinese and French views on Knowledge & Society today. Philosophy, Ethics, Epistemology, Paris, Les Éditions des Archives Contemporaines, February 2012 <http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699362>.

5.    “From reason to rationality. Beyond the opposition between rational choice and context”, in A-M Rieu (ed.), Chinese and French views on Knowledge & Society today. Philosophy, Ethics, Epistemology, Paris, Les Éditions des Archives Contemporaines, February 2012 <http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699362>.

6.    “Knowledge and the modern divide. Kant and the problem of metaphysics in Chinese and European thought”, in A-M Rieu (ed.), Chinese and French views on Knowledge & Society today. Philosophy, Ethics, Epistemology, Paris, Les Éditions des Archives Contemporaines, February 2012 <http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699362>.

7.     “Face aux nanotechnologies : vers une épistémologie politique”, in Daniel Parrochia (ed.), Formes, systèmes et milieux techniques. Après Simondon, Lyon, Jacques André Editeur, octobre 2012, p 219-236 http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00743894  

8.    « Vers une anthropologie du Confucianisme », dans Stéphane Feuillat & Frédéric Wang (sous la direction de) Le néo-confucianisme en Chine et dans l’Asie orientale, Paris, Les Indes galantes, automne 2014 <http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00397311/fr/>. Traduction chinoise, Beijing, Journal of humanistic religion, Peking University, n° 2, 2012, p 144-161 < http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00701841>

9.    « La Grèce et la Chine en miroir. Essai d’épistémologie symétrique », dans J.J. Duhot (sous la direction de), L’archaïque, le réel et la littérature, Lyon, Jacques André Editeur, 2013, p 23-31 http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00821189

10.    技術の支配と民主的管理, in 震災とヒューマニズム. 3・11後の破局をめぐって, translation Sonoyama Chiaki, Tokyo, Akashi Shoten, 2013, p 84-97.

11.    “Innovation today. Building research diversity”, in Ulrich Hilpert (ed.), Diversities of research, London, Routledge (forthcoming).

Articles dans revues avec comité de lecture

1.    “Théorie du moderne” in Christine Lévy (ed.), La modernisation du Japon revisitée, Tokyo, special issue of the review Ebisu, n° 44, automne-hiver 2010, p 13-32
      < http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699184>

2.    “Beyond neo-liberalism: research policies and society. The case of Japan”, Copenhagen, The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, special issue "Political and Economic Decoupling and Risk Assessment in Contemporary Asia", vol. 29, issue 2, January 2012, p 58-78. http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00699182

3.    “Penser après Fukushima (1). Technologie souveraine et contrôle démocratique”, Tokyo, revue Ebisu n° 47, special issue “Catastrophes du 11 mars 2011, désastre de Fukushima. Fractures et émergences”, Spring-Summer 2012, p 69-78  http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00701743. Japanese translation by Sonoyama Chiaki, Tokyo, Akashi Shoten, Avril 2013.

4.    « Vers une anthropologie du Confucianisme » http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00397311/fr/. 儒学的人类学研究, Traduction chinoise, Beijing, Journal of humanistic religion, Peking University, n° 2, 2012, p 144-161 < http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00701841>

5.     “Thinking after Fukushima (2). Epistemic shift in human and social science”, Heidelberg, Asia Europe Journal, March 2013, Volume 11, Issue 1, p 65-78. DOI 10.1007/s10308-013-0344-8 http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00701744

6.    “Thinking after Fukushima (3). Collective reflexivity and political innovation”, Japanese translation by Yuji Nishiyama, Tokyo, Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, March 2014, p 87-119.
http://www.comp.tmu.ac.jp/fr/_src/sc1098/81y92f18fo94c581zam838a8385815b98_8dl201309.pdf

7.    “Fukushima: the challenge of complexity. Collective reflexivity, adaptive knowledge, political innovation”, Springer Science+Business Media New York, Encyclopedia of complexity and systems science, December 2014 <DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27737-5_621-1>

8.    “Innovation today: the Triple Helix and research diversity”, Triple Helix Review, 2014 1:8. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40604-014-0008-8

9.     “The syndrome of overcoming modernity. Learning from Japan about ultra-nationalism”, Lyon, Journal Transtexts / Transcultures, November 2015, p 2-19 (http://transtexts.revues.org/552. https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01390067. Available also on Academia)

10.     “The European Union’s systemic crisis. From deconstruction to reconstruction”, Japanese translation by Matoba Hiroshi, Yokohama, Kanagawa Hyoron, April 2016 https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01390075. French original on Hal-shs, Academia and Researchgate.

11.     “Fukushima: une mutation épistémo-politique”, Paris, Rue Descartes, PUF, 2016, Philosopher au Japon aujourd'hui, après Fukushima, 2016/1 (88), pp.48-65. http://www.ruedescartes.org/#  < https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01376481>  

12.    “How research and innovation policy withstand disruptions. Japan after Fukushima, Osaka, Co* Design, n° 1, p 1-23 http://doi.org/10.18910/60561


Actes de colloques

“Fourth helix: sustaining research diversity. The social turn of science and technology policy. The case of Japan”, in Silicon Valley: Global Model or Unique Anomaly? Proceedings of the Triple Helix IX Conference, Stanford University, 11-14 July 2011 http://www.leydesdorff.net/th9/O-127_Rieu%204th%20helix%20Stanford%206-11.pdf

Etudes et rapports

1.    “La crise systémique est aussi psychique. De l’inconscient aux matrices de production des sujets”, Lyon, Hôpital psychiatrique de jour, Clinique Villa des Roses, 5 March 2012.

2.    “Innovation as response to systemic crisis. Learning from the Japanese experiment. Beyond the Triple Helix”, Osaka University, Report to Kobayashi Tadashi, director, Center for the Study of Communication Design and Japan Foundation, January 2016 (https://www.academia.edu/19545504/).

3.    “Energiewende: Konzept/Projekt. Philosophie und Wissenschaftsforschung”, München,   Technische Universität München review, March 2016 (English original version on Academia).

COMMUNICATIONS [depuis 2010]
Communications dans colloques, congrès et séminaires
 
1.    “The neo-liberal moment and the 2008-2010 crisis. The role of Science and Technology policies. The case of  Japan”, Okayama University, Department of Economics, Okayama, 27 January 2010.
2.    “A discourse on digital method”, Colloquium Philosophy of technology: its present and future, Tokyo University, Center for Philosophy, 9-10 March 2010.
3.    “Societies responding to the Bio-Info-Nano Convergence. Epistemology as a full Human and Social Science”, Colloquium States of innovation. Research & Innovation: an institutional point of view. The case of nanotechnology, Innovation Research Group, Center for Nanotechnology in Society, University of California, Santa Barbara & Cluster 14 de la Région Rhône-Alpes, Lyon, 30 April 2010 < http://vimeo.com/user4050261/videos>
4.    “Emerging Knowledge Societies: models and theories”, Shanghai, Fudan University, September 15, 2010. (pour 66, 67 et 68 voir http://w7.ens-lsh.fr/amrieu/spip.php?article269)
5.    “New knowledge regime: new modernity?”, Shanghai, East China Normal University, September 16, 2010.
6.    “For a new conception of intellectuals and their role in society”, Shanghai, Alliance française, September 18, 2010.
7.    “Beyond Neo-liberalism: Research policies and Society. The case of Japan”, East Asia Net colloquium, Prague, Charles University, October 7, 2010.
8.    “La trajectoire du Japon face à la catastrophe du Kanto-Tohoku”, Centre d’Etude de l’Asie de l’Est, Université de Montréal, 1st April 2011.
9.    “Mutation des sciences, mutationde la philosophie, 1880-1930”, Département de philosophie, Université de Montréal, 7 April 2011.
10.    “Fourth helix: sustaining research diversity. The social turn of science and technology policy. The case of Japan”, Stanford, Triple Helix IX International Conference, Human-Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute (H-STAR), Stanford University, 12 July 2011 http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00701243 / http://www.leydesdorff.net/th9/O-127_Rieu%204th%20helix%20Stanford%206-11.pdf
11.    “The magic wand and the golden circle. Beyond the Research and Innovation paradigm?”, Workshop Economic Crisis, Innovation and the Philosopher’s Stone, Stanford, Triple Helix IX International Conference, Human-Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute (H-STAR), Stanford University, 13 July 2011.
12.    “East Asian studies and the reconstruction of human and social sciences: the question of Global Studies”, Vienna, 8th EastAsiaNet research workshop, Universität Wien, 16 September 2011
13.    “Sciences humaines et sociétés face aux nanotechnologies. Vers une épistémologie politique”, Colloque Formes, systèmes et milieux techniques, Lyon, Université de Lyon-Jean Moulin, 24 octobre 2011
14.    “After Fuskushima. Risk and trust in a knowledge-based society”, Colloquium Risk and trust in Europe and East Asia, Institute of advanced studies in human and social sciences, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Chinese University, 18 November 2011
15.    “Pour un discours de la méthode numérique”, Lyon, Colloque L’esprit de la technique, Lyon, École nationale supérieure des sciences de l'information et des bibliothèques, 26 November 2011
16.    « Thinking after Fukushima (2). Epistemic shift in social sciences », colloque La philosophie de la catastrophe. Repenser les Humanités après Fukushima, Tokyo University Center for Philosophy et Collège international de philosophie, Paris, 15 mars 2013.
17.    “Thinking after Fukushima (3). Collective reflexivity and political innovation”, (http://www.comp.tmu.ac.jp/fr/_src/sc1098/81y92f18fo94c581zam838a8385815b98_8dl201309.pdf) Tokyo Metropolitan University, 19 June 2013, Ritsumeikan University, 26 June 2013, Osaka University, 27 June 2013.
18.    “Vers une autre ouverture. Comment s’émanciper de son histoire?”, Tokyo University Center for philosophy, Tokyo University, 21 June 2013.
19.    “ Modèles et théories de l’innovation en crise: quelle issue?”, Séminaire Gérer la recherche, gouverner la société, Lyon, Université de Lyon, Ecole doctorale de philosophie, avec Benoît Godin, 20 September 2013.
20.    “Thinking after Fukushima (4). The post-Fukushima dilemma: the virtual emergence of a new type of social and economic system”, Yokohama, Colloquium Technology and economics. Performance and risk, Kanagawa University, 13 October 2013.
21.    “European studies facing their presuppositions”, seminar organized by the Association for the study of Political Society (ASPOS), Tokyo, Senshu University, 14 October 2013.
22.    Roundtable « Research in philosophy today », Tokyo University Center for Philosophy, 18 October 2013.
23.    “Learning from Fukushima. Knowledge, governmentality and civil society”, Colloquium Fukushima+3. Politics after the catastrophe. Epistemology, philosophy, politics, Lyon, Université de Lyon-Jean Moulin, 3 April 2014.
24.    “The syndrome Overcoming modernity”, Colloquium Contested memory in Japan, Sheffield, East Asia Net, 24 April 2014.
25.    “From borders to platforms. The role of theory in Global studies in human and social sciences”, Colloquium The transcultural turn. Theories and practices, Lyon, Université de Lyon-Jean Moulin, IETT & MC3M program, 28 May 2014.
26.    “Energy transition: concept/project. From the point of science studies and political theory”, Internal symposium Energy transition, Munich, Deutsche Akademie der Technikwissenshaften München, 27-28 November 2014.
27.    “The European Union’s systemic crisis. From deconstruction to reconstruction”, Yokohama, Kanagawa University, International colloquium France facing the EU, 13 October 2015.
28.    “Europe from Union to disunion”, Tokyo, Aoyama Gakuin, 19 November 2015.
29.    “Innovation as response to systemic crisis. Learning from the Japanese experiment”, Osaka University, Center for the Study of Communication Design, 13 January 2016.
30.    “Reconstruction the Union. The role of human and social sciences”, Kyoto, Doshisha University, 30 January 2016.
31.    “Innovation: how and why? After neoliberalism”, Keynote speech, SciREX International symposium 2016, Science for RE-designing Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Fukuoka, 19 February 2016.
32.    “The meaning and role of philosophy today”, Commencement speech, Department of philosophy, Osaka University, 14 April 2016.

ORGANISATION DE COLLOQUES, SEMINAIRES ET TABLES RONDES
1.    Colloquium States of innovation. Research & Innovation: an institutional point of view. The case of nanotechnology, Innovation Research Group, Center for Nanotechnology in Society, University of California, Santa Barbara & Cluster 14 de la Région Rhône-Alpes, Lyon, 28-30 April 2010 (http://w7.ens-lsh.fr/amrieu/spip.php?article265)

2.    Emerging Knowledge Societies. New Modernity? Debates between Chinese & French intellectuals, series of 3 seminars, Shanghai, 15, 16 & 18 September 2010 < http://w7.ens-lsh.fr/amrieu/spip.php?article269>

3.    Workshop Economic Crisis, Innovation and the Philosopher’s Stone (with Sverker Alänge, Associate Professor, Department of Technology Management and Economics at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden; Nicklas Lundblad, Senior Policy Counsel & Head of Public Policy at Google and Stanford Centre for Internet and Society; Annika Steiber, Department of Technology Management and Economics at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden), Stanford, Triple Helix IX International Conference, Human-Sciences and Technologies Advanced Research Institute (H-STAR), Stanford University, 13 July 2011.

4.    Colloquium Managing knowledge, governing society. The social turn of research and innovation policies. Lyon, ENS, 20 November 2013. With Gerald Barnett (Research Technology Enterprise, Seattle), Benoît Godin (Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Montréal), Manfred Moldaschl (Chemnitz Technological University), Saito Naoki (RISTEX, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Tokyo), Marie-Haude Caraës (director of research, Cité du design, Saint-Etienne)

5.    Colloquium Fukushima + 3. Politics after the catastrophe. Epistemology, philosophy, political and social theory, Lyon, University of Lyon-Jean Moulin, 3-4 April 2014.

6.     Seminar series, Osaka University, Collaborative Design Center, Co-designing an ecosystem of innovation. Fall 2016-September 2017. “The present knowledge regime.”, 8 December 2016, Osaka University, Toyonaka campus.

7.    Geopolitics of research and innovation today, seminar n° 2, 18 January 2017, Osaka University, Toyonaka campus.

8.    The role of research on Industrial Property Rights. The case of Europe’s new unitary patent system. The Unified Patent Court”, Seminar n° 3, with Alain-Marc Rieu, Alan Johnson and Vanessa Rieu, Bristows LLP (UK), organized by Ms. Yoshida Etsuko (iPrism, Department of Law, Osaka University), 8 May 2017, Osaka University, Nakanoshima campus.

9.     Regional innovation. What is at stake?. Seminar n° 4: Alain-Marc Rieu: “Regional innovation: toward a new institutional arrangement” and Ulrich Hilpert, Friedrich-Schiller Universität, Jena (Germany): “Regional innovation in a globalized environment: the case of Germany in comparison”, organized by the Co Design Center, Knowledge building, Osaka, Umeda, 6 June 2017.

10.    Regional innovation. What is at stake?. Seminar n° 5. Alain-Marc Rieu: “Regional innovation: a bifurcation in a social and economic evolution” and Ulrich Hilpert: “The case of Germany: the interactions between the regional, federal (national) and  global levels”, Institute of international studies, Osaka University, Toyonaka campus, 8 June 2017.

11.    Knowledge networks and societal change: place-based innovation in science, policy and environmental design. Seminar n° 6. Alain-Marc Rieu : “Japan's industrial ecology project and the Basic plan for science and technology policy-Why Fukushima has changed Japan's evolution” and Ulrich Hilpert : “Embedded regions: mutual participation in a growing body of knowledge and collaborative innovation”, organized by Mr. Uwazu Michinori (Co Design Center), Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (RIHN), Kyoto, 9 June 2017.

12.    What’s next?After Japan’s Basic plan for Science and Technology policy (1995-2016). Seminar n° 7 : conclusion. Alain-Marc Rieu, Osaka University, Toyonaka campus, 27 September 2017.


CONTRIBUTION À L’IETT

Depuis mon entrée à l’IETT, toutes mes activités portent une référence explicite à l’IETT.

DIRECTION DE THÈSE : noms doctorants/sujets de thèses
-    Emmanuel Durand : SIGNE/SYMPÔME/FONCTION, Les dispositifs esthétiques de l'avant-garde, soutenue le 10 septembre 2017. Irphil
-    Laurent Pendarias : Metis: rationalité en situation d'incertitude, soutenance d’ici la fin 2017. Irphil
-    Samuel Marie : Maruyama Masao et la construction d’une société civile au Japon depuis 1945 (thèse à remettre pour la fin 2017 en vue d’une soutenance en 2018). Japonologue, spécialité philosophie. Irphil
-    Frédéric Lesigne : Yamagita Kunio et l’invention au Japon d’une anthropologie (en cours d’achèvement). Agrégé de Japonais, membre de l’IETT




Alain-Marc RIEU


Professeur des Universités émérite