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Mot-clé : L'ordre libertaire Michel Onfray_x
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ELISÉE RECLUS, UNE CHRONOLOGIE FAMILIALE 1796-2014

Brun, Christophe et al. (4 jul. 2014)

Chronologie d'Elisée Reclus Cette chronologie familiale fut d'abord une base de travail pour l'écriture de l'anthologie Elisée Reclus, Les Grands Textes, parue en 2014 en Champs-Flammarion. Il aurait été dommage qu'elle ne puisse être utile à d'autres travaux, c'est pourquoi le site Raforum a ...

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The spiritual quest in French poetry from 1918 to 1945 (Jouve, Bataille, Valéry)

Kouakou, Kouassi ange-valery, (28 jun. 2013)

Crossed by insatiable one thirst of spirituality and freedom, the XXth centuryis known to be the one of «God’s Death or more explicitly that repositioning of theman in the center of the divine. It is in the moose of spiritual modernity, of renewal,thus various rejection of religious tradition ...

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Le tournant hostile : plaidoyer en faveur des coups bas

Farkas, Jean-Baptiste (17 jul. 2013)

Articulé autour de la figure de l'artiste, ce mémoire pose deux questions : "Ôter à l'artiste son goût pour la reconnaissance pourrait-il accorder à ses actions plus de pertinence ?" "En art, quelle forme prendra le geste agressif qui vient ?" La première partie se propose de désacraliser l' ...

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Table ronde Guillaume Le Blanc, "Perspectives critiques", Malaise dans la civilisation, Rome 16 avril 2015

lucielagardere (16 apr. 2015)

L'université La Sapienza accueillait jeudi 16 avril, le philosophe Guillaume Le Blanc dans le cadre d'une table ronde co-organisée avec l'Institut français Italia pour son cycle de conférences Perspectives critiques. Cette rencontre s'est tenue à la Villa Mirafiori au département de ...

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The Anarchism in colonial situation

Bouba, Philippe (17 dec. 2014)

This work concerns the anarchist movement in Algeria during the period of colonial occupation, as manifested in organized political groups and published anarchist newspapers. It aims to expand the historical approach to French colonization in Algeria. In effect the study of anarchism is essential ...

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Clifford D. Conner, Histoire populaire des sciences (A People’s History of Science : Miners, Midwives, and « Low Mechanicks »), Montreuil, L’échappée, 2011 (2005 pour l’édition originale), 560 pages, 28 €.

dissidences (6 sep. 2012)

Un compte rendu de Jean-Guillaume Lanuque C’est un ouvrage majeur que les éditions L’échappée publient, un des travaux les plus convaincants de ce genre historiographique qu’est en train de devenir l’histoire populaire, et un livre dont on ressort grandi et nanti d’une vision ...

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Grassroots volunteering in working-class neighborhoods : grassroots organizations, public problems and local political configurations in the urban periphery of Paris and Buenos Aires

Trenta, Arnaud, (20 may 2014)

This thesis is situated at the intersection of two historical phenomena: the publicization of social problems and the transformation of activist commitment. The research undertaken has sought to explain, through an approach that is both local and international in scope, the rise of grassroots ...

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Left-libertarian activism in contemporary France

Luck, Simon (17 oct. 2008)

This dissertation deals with a type of activism which is also a specific relation to politics: the left-libertarian way of getting involved in collective action. Broadly defined, it is a form of participation in non-hierarchical organizations, autonomous from governments and political parties and ...

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Performance in visual arts today : Tattoos and piercings

Souladie, Catherine (26 jun. 2012)

This research proposes a reflection on the relevance of a "art -action" current, based on an analysis of the acts for the art, characterized as "off limits", through a use of the physical presence, such as origin and support of the visual art, begun in the 1920s by Marcel Duchamp, and declined ...

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