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Mot-clé : L'opium des intellectuels Raymond Aron_x
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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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Organotherapy : emergence and development of a technical care (France, 1889-1940)

Marchand, André (4 dec. 2014)

Launched by a communication from the famous Professor Brown-Sequard in 1889 on the effects of self-injection of testicular juice, organotherapy – a technique of care using the juice of glands – falls within a long tradition of animal medication. Publications of doctors and pharmacists have ...

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Diffusion et transformation du néolibéralisme en France des années 1960 aux années 1980 : l'Association pour la Liberté et le Progrès Social et les "Nouveaux Économistes"

Brookes, Kevin (2012)

The aim of this dissertation is to analyse the evolution and the spread of neoliberalism in France between 1960 and 1980, following both a historical and sociological approach on the networks of actors who promoted it. Born in the inter-war period when nineteenth century classical liberalism was ...

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The Profession of Perfumers in France and Incense Art in Japon : Controbution to a Sociology of Smell

Chen, Hsiu-Ping (10 dec. 2010)

French olfactory discourse has two major positions, individual subjectivity and cultural relativity: there is a distinctive smell sense tendency for each individual and each culture. The first objective is to determine if this narration can be explained by the auto-controlled and egocentric ...

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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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Problematic of political governance in Africa : sociogenesis and stakes of the crisis of the Nation-State in Ivory Coast

Traoré, Yaya (18 dec. 2014)

Cette thèse porte sur la crise ivoirienne dans ce qu’elle décline de pluralité étiologique, de complexité dimensionnelle mais également d’intérêt épistémologique et heuristique en raison des pistes analytiques qu’elle ouvre et permet. Elle enracine la crise dans le « sol des ...

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From the medical body to the subject's body. An historical and philosophical study of the problem of subjectivity in modern and contemporary french medicine

Klein, Alexandre (10 dec. 2012)

Medicine in France is currently undergoing a crisis, with respect to its established references and values, as a result of the major technical, sociological and scientific changes undergone in the twentieth century. This thesis aims to explore the ins and outs of this crisis through an historical ...

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Alfred Jarry : A Cerebral Blind-Man's Buff. A Study in the Strategies of Semantic Diffraction

Schuh, Julien (17 oct. 2008)

This thesis has a two-fold aim. Firstly, to propose a new reading of Jarry's works (in the context of his time and not as seen through the distorting lens of subsequent literary movements, as has all too often been the case). And secondly, to open up new possibilities in the way we understand the ...

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Approche comparative de la conception des droits de l'homme, dans la philosophie occidentale et africaine

Rajaoson, Julien (2008)

L'Occident s'efforce de porter les Droits de l'Homme et la Démocratie dans le monde comme s'il s'agissait d'un étendard. Or, depuis que l'Occident ne se résume plus à la seule aire atlantique, ce qu'il a gagné en espace géographique, il l'a perdu en influence intellectuelle. D'autres cultures ...

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Alternatives radios : the example of Radio Ici et Maintenant

Poulain, Sebastien (2 jul. 2015)

In this thesis, we wonder how countercultural movement found new places of expression through the increased accessibility of audiovisual, thanks to "free radio" fight. Specifically, we want to know why and how society and the French media have enabled the establishment of an alternative media like ...

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