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Mot-clé : Le livre du philosophe Friedrich Nietzsche_x
Source: Theses.fr

Historiography and memory issues in Burundi

Laroque, Aude (20 march 2013)

L'historiographie du Burundi est le fruit d'une confrontation entre deux cultures, celle de l'oral et celle de l'écrit. D'un côté, les Burundais ont développé un mode de connaissance du passé centré autour de traditions et de légendes mettant en scène la royauté et la société. De l'autre ...

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Paul Dukas and the opera : between theory and practice

Chabrol, Pauline, (7 oct. 2013)

Paul Dukas, renowned composer and music critic has performed over four hundred published articles on music, mostly on the operatic music. Although he started more than twenty opera before abandoning projects Dukas has composed one opera Ariane et Barbe-Bleue.The apparent paradox between the number ...

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Powers of danger. Industrial area of Marseille. A Political Anthropology of Industrial Hazards and the Incinerator's Conflict.

Girard, Tobias (5 jul. 2012)

This thesis is interested in the political construction of environmental conflicts related to waste, industrial hazards and pollution management. The research is wondering about the political uses of danger, this is to say, about the devices the powerful, politicians, multinational companies, state ...

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The representation of the death in "Five nô modern" of Yukio Mishima

Fougere, Régis (16 jan. 2015)

This study offers to show how Yukio Mishima has renewed the art of nô while maintaining numerous aesthetic and drama concepts. By creating a new genre, the modern nô, the writer has revitalized this type of theatre, focusing on his obsession with death desire. Based on ancient no’s, Mishima's ...

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The Religion of Rimbaud

Hammoudi, Rafika, (16 dec. 2014)

Writing about the Religion of Rimbaud, implies, by necessity, an analysis of his anticlericalism and his tumultuous relationship with the religion of his youth : Christianity. However if these notions structure our study of Premières poésies and Une saison en enfer, they could not perform in the ...

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Penal system in France, 1791-1848 : the evolution of spaces for the confinement of prisoners

Higelin-Fusté, Audrey (18 nov. 2011)

The aim of thesis is to study the development of the prison between 1791 and 1848. Part One (‘The philosophical and legislative origins of the penal prison') investigates the philosophical underpinning of penal law during the period, and, in particular, considers the first purpose-built places of ...

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Verbum vitae : studies on the relation of christian faith and life

Ehret, Jean (11 dec. 2009)

La "Parole de Vie" est pour le chrétien à la fois parole humaine et parole divine : le Christ est vrai Dieu et vrai homme. La théologie s'expose à une constante tension : en effet, elle ne doit sacrifier un des deux aspects au profit de l'autre. Aussi doit-elle accorder une place aux sciences ...

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The intelligibility of practice : between Foucault and Sartre

Oulc'Hen, Hervé (20 nov. 2013)

By questioning the logic of practice as the main topic of intellectual life in France in the 1960s, we shall undertake a confrontation between the ideas of Foucault and Sartre. Without playing down their differences of opinion, which have often been emphasized by the humanist dispute, we shall ...

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Mechanisms of fate and construction of a life force in the short stories of Theodor Storm and Guy de Maupassant

Lolliot, Rachel (20 apr. 2015)

La nouvelle étant un récit bref, elle est à même de représenter le tragique de l'existence : elle attrape sur le vif tous les événements de la vie et les présente dans une économie restreinte. Theodor Storm et Guy de Maupassant ne manquent pas à cette règle et proposent des récits ...

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États et marchés financiers : évolution des discours sur l'architecture institutionnelle et sur l'intrication entre intérêts privés et intérêt général.

de Saint Phalle, Pierre (9 jun. 2015)

Deux phénomènes semblent lier le devenir des États et celui des marchés financiers : la crise de l'endettement public et les crises financières systémiques. L'objet de ce mémoire de philosophie est l’analyse des discours ayant permis cette situation, a priori inédite, d'intrication totale ...

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