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Droit et littérature (FNRS)

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Fabula, actualités et ressources pour la recherche et les études littéraires : revue, annonces de colloques et d'appels à contribution, parutions, comptes rendus critiques et débats

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Source: HAL

HEROISM IN ALBERT CAMUS DRAMATURGY.

Kablan, Adiaba Vincent (19 nov. 2011)

By the revolt against the absurd, the hero of the drama of Albert Camus plays the human condition by his desire for freedom in the revolt. He rebels against the absurd and reveals, for conformism and nihilism, a form of freedom out with existential standards. Camus theater hero symbolizes individual ...

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Source: HAL

War and Survival in Ken Saro-Wiwa's and Cyprian Ekwensi's works

Soungoua, Jean-Marie (25 nov. 2010)

Civil war in Nigeria is one of the prominent conflicts in Africa which raised so much inspiration from novelits, poets,playwrights and essayists among whom we find Cyprian Ekwensi an Ken Saro-Wiwa. Both writers depict this phenomenon with a specific language which shows the disorder and the chaos ...

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The coercitive power’s legal framework on French criminal procedure

Copain, Carine (2 dec. 2011)

La procédure pénale française se caractérise par le pouvoir de contrainte probatoire accordé aux autorités chargées de la recherche de la vérité. Celui-ci a fait l’objet d’une activité législative importante au cours de ces quarante dernières années marquée tant par une ...

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Source: HAL

A history of Ludwig von Bertalanffy's "general systemology" - Genealogy, genesis, actualization and posterity of a hermeneutical project

Pouvreau, David (7 march 2013)

The project of a "general system theory" was advanced from 1937 onwards by the Austrian philosopher and biologist Ludwig von Bertalanffy (1901-1972). A history of this project is undertaken in this thesis, which describes this "theory" as a general science of systemic interpretation of "real", or " ...

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Histoire de l'éthologie. Recherches sur le développement des sciences du comportement en Allemagne, Grande-Bretagne et France, de 1930 à nos jours.

Chavot, Philippe (18 oct. 1994)

This historical study on the development of ethology offers information on three points. First, the autor describes Lorenz's early theoretical constructs and show the influence of transformations in Nazi science policy on his constructs. Second, the autor explores the role played both by French and ...

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Les Somnambules d'Arthur Koestler

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Fabula, actualités et ressources pour la recherche et les études littéraires : revue, annonces de colloques et d'appels à contribution, parutions, comptes rendus critiques et débats

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The polyyphony in the work of Camus : from ontological unity to discursive rupture

Arnaud-Gomez, Sylvie (9 oct. 2008)

The polyphony in the work of Camus: from ontological unite to discursive ruptureMan is a puppet in Harlequin's fancy dress, caught in a double illusion: original illusion and bright future. The author is setting up its longing for ontological unity and discovers, while writing, the ...

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Formation of the Scientific Mind: Encouraging Pupils' Initiative by Means of an Approach Based on Epistemology and the History of Sciences

Cariou, Jean-Yves (29 jan. 2009)

Numerous studies in the field of science teaching, as well as various national and international reports, point to what is lacking and biased in the teaching practice in terms of scientific approaches and formation of the scientific mind. An empirical and inductivist approach, the fear of pupils' ...

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