Boredom, philosophy, literature, psychology
As "the school boredom" does not exist as such, it seems worthwhile to explore other fields of knowledge, philosophy, literature, psychology to try to learn more about the concept. Indeed, if "the school boredom" was never defined, boredom, he has inspired many developments. It will obviously out of the question to develop a comprehensive picture of all that has been written on boredom. Instead, we seek to know what to take away from this notion of "boredom" that can be useful to us to define "school boredom."
The purpose of this section is to raise a doubt: is it enough to take the definition of boredom in a dictionary and apply it to school so that we can define "school boredom" ? No, of course, and we will show that dictionary definitions are inadequate.
[...] The trouble with against will never be a sign of psychosis, since boredom is a condition that anyone can know, while the psychotic has a vision of reality that he can not share with others . Boredom adolescent If there is a period of life that is readily associated with the problem is youth, childhood and adolescence. J. Reda [2000, p. 10] recalled in these terms: The problem also seems to me to be a child of privilege, boredom pure, against which there is as yet no weapon, and leaves in consciousness, in the memory as the unexplored regions ancient maps, huge colorless and fascinating spaces. Boredom is the philosophy of childhood. [...]
[...] This opinion is shared by La Rochefoucauld : "The extreme boredom serves to amuse us. "(Maxim 29). The troubles distract from the boredom of a hand and the other hand boredom can be installed only when things go less evil, just as he needs to be a little light if we want everything to obscure. • Finally, one can notice that there has been a change in the meaning of boredom over time: its meaning has gradually weakened, especially as revealed by the latest definition. [...]
[...] Indeed, if "the school boredom" was never defined, boredom, he has inspired many developments. It will obviously out of the question to develop a comprehensive picture of all that has been written on boredom. Instead, we seek to know what to take away from this notion of "boredom" that can be useful to us to define "school boredom." Research that dictionaries The purpose of this section is to raise a doubt: is it enough to take the definition of boredom in a dictionary and apply it to school so that we can define "school boredom" ? [...]
[...] Finally, in the Littre found under "boredom" Boredom: n. mr. (bored, verb whose radical comes from the Latin odium, "hate", a word which also derives the odious French). 1deg. (old) Great grief caused by the death or absence of a loved one, for the ruin of a hope by a misfortune, "If among many troubles, I still love my life . " [Malherbe]. 2DEG. (modern sense, weakened) Upset, inconvenience, unpleasant incident, disappointment: Having trouble with his job, his health. Being overwhelmed with boredom. [...]
[...] But languish, is also languishing, suffering from something. Or the bored does not suffer from something, it does not languish after something or someone after he suffers the void, of absence. • The allowance: State of someone who was killed physically or morally; exhaustion, prostration, discouragement. The reduction implies the idea of "dropping": gold, bored is not someone who has been deprived of the forces or entities, its strengths are intact but it refuses to pour it up. • Frustration: State unpleasant emotional content of someone who is frustrated, unable to reach a goal or realize a desire. [...]
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