L'obsolescence du droit d'auteur et de sa philosophie

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Marqui par le poids de l'histoire, le droit d'auteur fut inventi pour un monde de l'idition dans lequel les livres itaient tangibles, imprimis en un nombre limiti d'exemplaires, vendus sur des marchis territorialement cloisonnis. Les avancies technologiques font imerger un nouveau marchi dans lequel les livres sont immatiriels, existent en un nombre illimiti d'exemplaires et voyagent dans le monde entier au sein d'un marchi de plus en plus planitaire. Dans ce marchi, dont l'imergence a iti rendue possible par la conjonction de l'Internet, des livres ilectroniques, des logiciels de sicurisation, et des machines d'impression la demande, les trois concepts les plus importants du droit d'auteur sont devenus obsolhtes. Il s'agit de la territorialiti, de la propriiti et de l'idie traditionnelle de justice. Adaptis l'iconomie matirielle, ces trois concepts ne conviennent pas l'iconomie virtuelle dans laquelle ce sont les personnes et non les objets tangibles qui comptent le plus. Ce livre invite explorer le fonctionnement spicifique de la nouvelle iconomie du livre. Il propose des lignes directrices pour une modernisation du droit d'auteur, afin qu'il puisse accompagner une utilisation adiquate des nouvelles technologies. Pour la premihre fois dans l'histoire, l'humaniti s'est dotie d'une technologie qui lui permet de crier un monde d'abondance culturelle et de liberti d'expression, ou tout le contraire. Ce livre explique pourquoi le choix de l'abondance et de la liberti doit privaloir, comment le droit peut accompagner harmonieusement ce mouvement et quelles seraient, au contraire, les consiquences disastreuses du second choix. Bien au-del d'une simple riflexion sur le marchi du livre, ililhve le dibat pour envisager les choix de sociiti, voire de civilisation, impliquis par l'utilisation adiquate ou non des nouvelles technologies de communication.
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BUENOS BOOKS AMERICA LLC
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Published on
Dec 31, 2006
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Pages
143
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ISBN
9782915495171
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Language
French
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Genres
Law / Computer & Internet
Law / Intellectual Property / Copyright
Philosophy / Political
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De Genève, Voltaire apprend successivement le tremblement de terre de Lisbonne de 1755, qui fit des milliers de morts, puis, en 1756, le début de la Guerre de Sept Ans. Touché par ces évènements il écrit, cette année-là, dans son Essai sur l’Histoire Générale que «Presque toute l’histoire est une suite d’atrocités inutiles» et envoie à Jean-Jacques Rousseau un Poème sur le désastre de Lisbonne. Celui-ci lui répond et tente de justifier la providence divine. Candide ou l’optimiste lui est-il une réponse ? Dans tous les cas, l’optimisme de Leibnitz, le chantre du meilleur des mondes possibles et de l’harmonie préétablie, incarné dans l’histoire par Pangloss, le mentor de Candide, est certainement mis à mal par les péripéties de ce conte. Elles éduqueront peu à peu notre héros naïf et l’entraîneront de l’Allemagne au Portugal et du Pérou à Constantinople. Dans ce pamphlet contre Leibnitz et l’idée qu’un mal nécessaire en cette terre est compensé par un bien d’essence supérieure et celle d’un monde dans lequel rien n’arrive sans qu’il n’y ait une cause nécessaire, Voltaire, s’amuse à déconstruire le vernis de bonheur que nous présentons tous au monde et ironise sur le conservatisme social d’une noblesse qui sera en fin de vie dans quelques décennies. Candide est un fils naturel car son père ne pouvait prouver soixante et onze quartiers de noblesse. Surpris avec Cunégonde sa cousine, il est chassé du château de son oncle « à coups de pied dans le cul ». Enrôlé dans les armées bulgares, il fuit la guerre et apprend que Cunégonde et sa famille ont été massacré par les Bulgares. Il échouera, avec Pangloss son ancien mentor devenu gueux à Lisbonne au moment du tremblement de terre. Victime, mais survivant de l’autodafé expiatoire qui suit cette catastrophe, il découvre que Cunégonde est vivante et n’aura de cesse de la retrouver, du Pérou à l’Eldorado, puis de Paris à Constantinople. Mais finalement, conclut Candide, ne vaut-il pas mieux cultiver son jardin ? Réédité vingt et une fois du vivant de l’auteur, Candide est un des plus grands succès littéraires francophones. 1759
 Dreams are at the heart of a process where tangible and intangible worlds are intimately intermingled. Indeed, a dream is an intangible phenomenon occurring in a physical body that stands in an environment both material and informational (intangible). A systematic investigation of the connections between dreams and reality sheds new light on the dream process and on the functioning of the mind. This book invites you, the reader, to discover the results you can achieve through a more comprehensive and unified approach to the dream process. It gives you advice on how to carry out your own research. Reading this book will help you become better aware of the role played by your body at the meeting point between dreams and reality, between the tangible and the intangible (Chapter 1). The book describes an efficient method for observing the dream process (Chapter 2) and explains the results you can achieve with it through your own experimentation (Chapter 3). Through your personal exploration of the whole dream process you will be able to verify for yourself the reality of certain faculties of the mind which are commonly considered to be "paranormal". You will see that they can be explained rationally. Chapter 4 of the book explains how you can use the dream process to find answers to your questions, whether they regard your daily life (health, work, relationships, life guidance) or your artistic or scientific creativity. The last chapter (Chapter 5) explains why faculties today considered to be paranormal are destined to a natural collective awakening.



With this book, I invite you to observe your dreams and their connections with your reality, with a mind as neutral as possible. This is the best way to understand the meaning of your dreams. Try, then, to forget all you have ever heard about dreams, and just look at them and observe the whole dream process, and not only the dreams. Everything I assert in the book can be verified through personal experience by using the proposed method of observation. With this method everyone, even the most skeptical person, can verify the existence of unusual faculties of the mind, and learn to develop and use them.




Key words: dreams and reality, precognitive dreams, future in dreams, premonitory dreams, dream interpretation, meaning of dreams, paranormal faculties, telepathy, dreams and health, dreams and abundance, dreams and the past, mind and body, nightmares, dreaming brain, lucid dreams


Although we naturally sense all the dangers of our environment through our body and subconscious, we no longer know how to use these perceptions in order to ensure our own safety. Animals are still able to do this and this enables them to be warned and to flee before the outbreak of natural disasters.

However, by learning to benefit from their dreams, humans can surpass animals in this field. The fruit of more than 20 years of research, this book explains a method that is accessible to everyone, that enables the links between the body, conscious and subconscious to be re-established, in order to receive more information on the dangers of our environment. Once communication has been re-established between the body and the subconscious, it turns out that human beings are far superior to animals and to all existing technologies in sensing all kinds of dangers, whether they be natural, human or technological.

By using the technique that is explained in this book, you will learn how to ‘retrieve’ information available to you in dreams, that is important for the safety of you and the people close to you. Through this you will also be able to, for example:

- avoid accidental death by escaping before the outbreak of a natural disaster: earthquake, volcanic eruption, landslide, flood, storm, tidal wave, avalanche, tornado, etc. ;

- foil the plans of attackers, terrorists, thieves, rapists or burglars;

- know, before going away, for example by boat or plane, if you are going to arrive safe and sound at your destination or if it would be better to cancel this trip because of an attack, shipwreck, accident or natural disaster… ;

- sense many other traps and dangers and avoid them.

- the most gifted among you will also be able to develop a greater sensitivity and intuition directly in a waking state, which will enable you to react even more effectively to the dangers of your environment.

- you will also learn not to become anxious for no reason when you have simple nightmares, because you will have learnt to detect what triggers them in you and you will thereby know how to distinguish them from true warning dreams of natural disasters, attacks, burglaries, accidents at nuclear power stations, etc.

 Copyright laws worldwide were created for a publishing world
where books were tangible, printed in a limited number and sold within
territory based markets. Technological changes are giving place to a new book
market where books are intangible, exist in unlimited number  of copies and travel worldwide in an
increasingly global market. In this emerging global book market made possible
by the conjunction of the Internet, e-book technologies, DRM and print on
demand devices, the three important legal concepts traditionally used in
copyright laws have become obsolete: territory, property and the Aristotelian
idea of justice. These three concepts were well suited to the tangible book market
but are no longer for the virtual book market where persons matter more than
objects. This book invites the reader to explore the specific functioning of
the virtual economy. It proposes guidelines to modernize copyright law so that
it can foster an adequate use of new communication technologies. For the first
time in History, the humankind has acquired a technology that allows to create
a world of information affluence and freedom of speech or its opposite.


















 





This book explains why the
option for abundance and freedom must prevail, how the law can support this
movement and what would be, to the contrary, the disastrous consequences of the
other option. This book goes beyond a simple reflection on the book market and
considers the choice of society, even of civilization implied by the use, right
or wrong, of the new communication technologies. 





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