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Mot-clé : ˆL'‰utopie de la communication Philippe Breton_x
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Un rapport à l’infini

La taille des bibliothèques ne touche pas à leur essence. Le nombre de livres, dans les unes comme dans les autres, est nécessairement limité. Il y a sans doute plus d’infini, ou il devrait y en avoir, dans les attentes des lecteurs – certains bibliothécaires, en tout cas, ont toutes les ...

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Source: HAL

Escaping from Babel : a Republic of Languages in search of a "Universal Language" in the Early Modern Age ?

Simon, Fabien Dimitri (2 dec. 2011)

During the Early Modern Age, Europe was the field of a protean quest for the universal language (researches on Adam's language were carried out, encyclopedias of all the idioms spoken on earth were written, languages were created ex nihilo...). In order to understand the social conditions presiding ...

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Source: Theses.fr

The educational relation during the XVIIIe century

Guitard-Morel, Josiane (25 oct. 2013)

Du collège d'Ancien Régime tel qu'il est reconsidéré dans le Traité des études de Charles Rollin en 1726 à l'éducation familiale consentie aux enfants d'Almane dans Adèle et Théodore (1782) de Stéphanie de Genlis en passant par l'anthropologie éducative, Émile ou de l’Éducation (1762 ...

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Source: HAL

Modern French poetry (Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Lautréamont) and its impact on the new Chinese poetry

Xiang, Zheng (5 apr. 2012)

This piece of research concerns the modern French poetry and its impact on the new Chinese poetry in the first period of introduction and interpretation of modern Western literature in the 1920s and early 1930s in China. We seek to demonstrate how the "Trois Grâces" of the modern French poetry: ...

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Source: HAL

What sells in a serve-yourself store? A sociology of the supermarket's devices

Grandclément, Catherine (16 jun. 2008)

Self-service selling at the supermarket may be pictured as the removal of the traditional shop assistant from the shop floor, in favor of a direct encounter between products and customers. Unlike what this latter image suggests, the thesis aims at showing the depth of selling activities carried on ...

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Source: HAL

Multi-exposure and multi-pollution. Application in industrial and urban environment.

Piscot, Régis (28 oct. 2008)

Can we give a specific indicator of human exposure in many nuisances (noise nuisance + chemical pollution) ? This work aims to improve the question of multi-exposure (noise and odour) in situ, with a collaboration CRESSON (Research Centre on Sonic Space and Built Environment)-GRECA (Environment ...

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The art of combining fragments : hypertextual practices in oulipian literature (Raymond Queneau, Georges Perec, Italo Calvino, Jacques Roubaud)

Martín Sánchez, Pablo, (20 dec. 2012)

The present dissertation aims to reveal the connections between hypertextual literature and potential literature developed by Oulipo (Ouvroir de Littérature Potentielle) using the tools given by the literary theories and comparative literature. More precisely, analysing the hypertextual works of ...

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L'avenir des bibliothèques : l'exemple des bibliothèques universitaires

Menant, Joëlle 

Dans un contexte en pleine évolution, une cinquantaine de personnes - personnels de tous types de bibliothèques, étudiants des métiers du livre - se sont penchées sur l'avenir des BU, leur relation au public et, plus largement, le sens du lieu bibliothèque aujourd'hui.

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Fading Reality in French Modern Crime Fiction (Tonino Benacquista, Pascal Garnier, Marcus Malte, Fred Vargas et Tanguy Viel)

Belkaïd, Meryem (22 oct. 2012)

This work has chosen to study modern French crime fictions. Most of the time,detective novels are compared to a cerebral and artificial game. In France the situation is quite particular with what we call le « polar », a school of politicized crime fiction that appears afterthe protests in May 1968 ...

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