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UNAPEI - Union Nationale des Associations de Parents et Amis de Personnes Handicapées Mentales (1) La TdM (Théorie de la Médiation) de Jean Gagnepain Yann-Fañch Perroches :: Présentation de la TdM :: Théorie de la Médiation (de Jean Gagnepain) Définitions: Parler d'art sans définir l'Art est coutumier et autorise toutes les inconvenances. Elles sont la plupart du temps forcément bavardes: ne pouvant décemment tracer de frontière objective entre "ce qui est de l'art et ce qui n'en est pas", tout finit par devenir de l'art ! C'est alors le propos qui justifie l'oeuvre; on change de niveau, et c'est le discours qui gouverne le pinceau ! La TdM: "Il nous fallait une théorie de l'Art, nous avons pris une théorie de l'Homme." Haut de page La Théorie de la Médiation (TdM) Élaborée par Jean Gagnepain et son équipe, est celle-là. Elle cherche en la clinique (c'est-à-dire dans l'étude des cas pathologiques) sa vérification (ou son infirmation); elle est donc scientifique, et nous prions le lecteur de ne pas perdre ce point de vue tout au long de sa lecture. Spécificité de l'Homme Jean Gagnepain ne nie pas l'animal en l'homme. L'exemple du langage.

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