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Mot-clé : L'opium des intellectuels Raymond Aron_x
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The temporality of desire : ontologies of the imaginary and affectivity in the philosophies of Sartre, Merleau-Ponty and Grimaldi

Lapierre, Christopher (6 dec. 2013)

Le présent travail vise à confronter les ontologies de l’imaginaire de Sartre, Merleau-Ponty et Grimaldi. Empruntant la voie d’une critique du bergsonisme, chacune de ces philosophies s’élabore en accordant une valeur ontologique au négatif et en reconsidérant la signification de la ...

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The Explanatory Factors of Conspicuous Consumption of Luxurious Products - The Lebanese Case

Moawad, Marie-Hélène (18 sep. 2007)

In the present research we examine factors that appear to be related to the prowess to conspicuously consume. After defining the conspicuous consumption construct we have conducted in-depth interviews in Lebanon in order to discover influences on this kind of consumption. Our study especially ...

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The remnants of vocative in french spoken

Bruno, Christophe (7 oct. 2013)

Recent models of French intonation (Philippe Martin) revealed the existence of a macro-syntax of speech (Blanche-Benveniste).The application of these models to rhetoric form called "apostrophe" provides many insights into the workings of this form. In particular, it helps to explain the distinction ...

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Les formes élémentaires de la prise de drogue : santé, sacré et déviance

Gondard, Eric (27 nov. 2013)

Much more than a simple social reality, the intake of consciousness-altering substances must be understood on the long term as intrinsically linked to humanity's history. Using a comparative method, between hedonist practices in French society and neo-shamanic practices in the Peruvian and ...

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Interaction in the eighteenth century epistolary : Study carried out from three epistolary dialogues : Voltaire & Mme du Deffand, Jean-Jacques Rousseau & Malesherbes, Benjamin Constant & Isabelle de Charrière. Theory and practice of the eighteenth century epistolary

Khouzeimi, Sami (8 apr. 2013)

Notre travail décrit le processus de l’interaction épistolaire au XVIIIe siècle à travers l’étude des trois exemples de dialogues épistolaires, à savoir : Voltaire & Mme du Deffand, Rousseau & Malesherbes et enfin Benjamin Constant &Isabelle de Charrière. Nous comprenons par l’ ...

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Social system and fiction : example of Michel Houellebecq and Jezy Oilch

Hladki, Pawel (10 dec. 2014)

Social body, as a large connection of interdependent organisms, takes part in elaboration of a literary work, which is the product of three main subsystems: politico-economical (responsible for the adaptation to environmental conditions), cultural (concerning the maintenance of standards and values) ...

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Le licenciement des salariés protégés : processus et enjeux

Correia, Mario et al. (feb. 2006)

Documents d'Etudes Dares n° 108, février 2006, 122 p. Rapport mis en ligne sur le site du Ministère du travail http://www.travail.gouv.fr/etudes-recherche-statistiques/etudes-recherche/publications-dares/les-documents-etudes/2006-108-licenciement-salaires-proteges-processus-enjeux-3018.html Le ...

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Surrealism as seen through Joyce Mansour's work : painting, poetry and the mirror of desire

Desvaux, Marie-Francine Mansour, (5 apr. 2014)

Joyce Manour 's work is a striking, sometimes anguishing example of Breton's concept of « communicating vessels » : the subconscious's hidden wounds seep into her writing leaving traces of desire, death and an inextinguishable yet desparate will to live. Parallel to this, the very visual, camal ...

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Allegories of Sovereignty : Politics and Literature in the Work of Maurice Blanchot

Murvai, Peter (8 jan. 2011)

The main hypothesis of this study is that the works of Maurice Blanchot (collections of critical essays, novels as short stories) are part of a metapolitical projet pervaded by the question of sovereignty. And it is that precisely this inquiry that supplies the juncture point beteween Blanchot's ...

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