ESGS Week-end Seminars

Friday December 5th, 2003, 8:30pm-10pm
Saturday December 6th, 2003, 10am-5pm
Sunday December 7th, 2003, 10am-5pm


c/o J. Klingbeil
25, rue Gabrielle d'Estrées
91830 Le Coudray-Montceaux
Phone: +33 (0)1


Henri Landier

 Tuition fee 

€ 140
Students: € 80

 How to get there 

Using RER train line D (50 mn from Paris, 20 mn from Melun) Using highway A6 (30mn from "Porte d'Orléans" or "Porte d'Italie")
  • from Paris, train stations "Gare du Nord", "Chatelet" or "Gare de Lyon", take a suburban train in the direction Melun via Corbeil (careful: some trains go to Melun via Combs-la-Ville and others are direct to Melun),
  • from Melun, take a suburban train in the direction of Paris via Corbeil (careful: some trains go to Paris via Combs-la-Ville and other are direct to Paris),
  • get off the train at "Coudray-Montceaux" station,
  • coming from Paris, cross the railway lines using the underground passage and follow the way on the map.
  • from Paris, take the highway A6 in the direction of Evry-Lyon, leaving it at exit 11, Coudray-Montceaux/Auvernaux, turn to the left after the traffic lights, at the roundabout take in front into G. d'Estrées street.
  • from Lyon, take the highway A6 in the direction of Paris, leaving it at exit "Corbeil Sud", and to the right, then take road N7 to the right to Coudray-Montceaux, at the roundabout, turn left into G. d'Estrées street.

Local hotels, not included in seminar fee.
Hotel Kyriad
Hotel Mercure (***)


Saturday and Sunday lunch, not included in seminar fee.


These seminars allow an improvement of our usual perceptions habits, of our attitudes and orientations, with the presentation and a first practice of the main tools of general semantics. They are especially convenient for those who cannot afford to be away from the office on working days. Workshops and exercises, individual as well as collective, have been so devised that no prerequisite knowledge is necessary. The order and importance given to the different parts can vary according to personal interests of participants.

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