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Download Annuaire Des Deux Mondes Histoire G n rale Des Divers tats Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
|Author||: Revue des Deux Mondes XLIX Annee-Troisieme Periode|
|Publsiher||: Рипол Классик|
Download Revue des Deux Mondes XLIX Annee Troisieme Periode Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Revue des Deux Mondes XLIX Annee-Troisieme Periode.
|Author||: Franklin D. Laurens|
|Publsiher||: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG|
|Total Pages||: 432|
|Genre||: Language Arts & Disciplines|
Download France and the Italo Ethiopian crisis 1935 1936 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
|Author||: Ethan Kleinberg|
|Publsiher||: Stanford University Press|
|Total Pages||: 263|
Download Emmanuel Levinas s Talmudic Turn Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In this rich intellectual history of the French-Jewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas's Talmudic lectures in Paris, Ethan Kleinberg addresses Levinas's Jewish life and its relation to his philosophical writings while making an argument for the role and importance of Levinas's Talmudic lessons. Pairing each chapter with a related Talmudic lecture, Kleinberg uses the distinction Levinas presents between "God on Our Side" and "God on God's Side" to provide two discrete and at times conflicting approaches to Levinas's Talmudic readings. One is historically situated and argued from "our side" while the other uses Levinas's Talmudic readings themselves to approach the issues as timeless and derived from "God on God's own side." Bringing the two approaches together, Kleinberg asks whether the ethical message and moral urgency of Levinas's Talmudic lectures can be extended beyond the texts and beliefs of a chosen people, religion, or even the seemingly primary unit of the self. Touching on Western philosophy, French Enlightenment universalism, and the Lithuanian Talmudic tradition, Kleinberg provides readers with a boundary-pushing investigation into the origins, influences, and causes of Levinas's turn to and use of Talmud.
|Author||: Seth D. Armus|
|Publsiher||: Lexington Books|
|Total Pages||: 198|
Download French Anti Americanism 1930 1948 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
iFrench Anti-Americanismi offers a historical exploration of the central role of anti-Americanism in French thought, and the often compromised position of France's intelligentsia during World War II. Dr. Seth D. Armus examines the cultural stability of French anti-Americanism and how it has survived colossal political shifts nearly unchanged.
|Author||: B Pecile|
|Total Pages||: 242|
Download La Cl de l Entre Mondes Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
BALLOTTÉS D’UNE FAMILLE D’ACCUEIL À UNE AUTRE après un terrible accident qui causa la mort de leur père et le désespoir de leur mère, Khia Ashworth et son petit frère, Devon, ont déjà eu leur lot de malheurs. Lorsque des rêves et des événements bizarres les mettent en garde contre les dangers qui les poursuivent, ils doivent prendre la fuite. Dans un monde devenu fou, leurs vies sont alors entre les mains des personnes les plus étranges qu’ils aient jamais rencontrées : des personnes qui défient la logique, prêtes à tout risquer pour les garder hors de la portée des forces obscures qui cherchent à les détruire et à les empêcher de rejoindre leur véritable famille. Perdus entre l’histoire et la légende, le bien et le mal, le monde réel et un univers de possibilités... c’est là que nous emmènent les auteurs, Bruno et Tina Pecile, dans ce roman envoûtant et novateur. Quelque part aux confins de l’imaginaire... “Le roman se distingue par la complexité et la richesse de ses nombreux mondes parallèles, la subtilité des personnages et un récit plein de rebondissements qui tient ses lecteurs en haleine.” Un 5 étoiles chez Clarion! —Foreword Clarion Review
|Author||: William J. Thompson|
|Publsiher||: Associated University Presse|
|Total Pages||: 356|
Download French XX Bibliography Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Provides the listing of books, articles, and book reviews concerned with French literature since 1885. This is a reference source in the study of modern French literature and culture. It contains nearly 8,800 entries.
|Author||: Herman Parret|
|Publsiher||: John Benjamins Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 1153|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
Download Aims and Prospects of Semiotics Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Annotation. The two monumental volumes making up this collection of essays hold the names of the world s most renowned and respected scholars in the field of semiotics, and does more than full justice to the extraordinary career of Algirdas Julien Greimas. Before this mer á boire of some seventy five essays kicks off, the editors present a state-of-the art introduction, which is followed by a unique bio-bibliography of A.J. Greimas that trails the career of the master writer in unparalleled fashion through the years.
|Author||: Nancy Hansen|
|Publsiher||: Canadian Scholars|
|Total Pages||: 386|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download Untold Stories Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This long-awaited reader explores the history of Canadian people with disabilities from Confederation to current day. This edited collection focuses on Canadians with mental, physical, and cognitive disabilities, and discusses their lives, work, and influence on public policy. Organized by time period, the 23 chapters in this collection are authored by a diverse group of scholars who discuss the untold histories of Canadians with disabilities―Canadians who influenced science and technology, law, education, healthcare, and social justice. Selected chapters discuss disabilities among Indigenous women; the importance of community inclusion; the ubiquity of stairs in the Montreal metro; and the ethics of disability research. This volume is a terrific resource for students and anyone interested in disability studies, history, sociology, social work, geography, and education. Untold Stories: A Canadian Disability History Reader offers an exceptional presentation of influential people with various disabilities who brought about social change and helped to make Canada more accessible.
|Total Pages||: 590|
Download A Companion to Byzantine Poetry Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book offers the first complete survey of the Byzantine poetic production (4th to 15th centuries). It examines the use of poetry in various sociocultural settings in Constantinople and various other centres of the Byzantine empire.
|Author||: Roxanne Panchasi|
|Publsiher||: Cornell University Press|
|Total Pages||: 222|
Download Future Tense Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In the years between the world wars, French intellectuals, politicians, and military leaders came to see certain encounters-between human and machine, organic and artificial, national and international culture-as premonitions of a future that was alternately unsettling and utopian. Skyscrapers, airplanes, and gas masks were seen as traces in the present of a future world, its technologies, and its possible transformations. In Future Tense, Roxanne Panchasi illuminates both the anxieties and the hopes of a period when many French people-traumatized by what their country had already suffered-seemed determined to anticipate and shape the future.Future Tense, which features many compelling illustrations, depicts experts proposing the prosthetic enhancement of the nation's bodies and homes; architects discussing whether skyscrapers should be banned from Paris; military strategists creating a massive fortification network, the Maginot Line; and French delegates to the League of Nations declaring their opposition to the artificial international language Esperanto.Drawing on a wide range of sources, Panchasi explores representations of the body, the city, and territorial security, as well as changing understandings of a French civilization many believed to be threatened by Americanization. Panchasi makes clear that memories of the past-and even nostalgia for what might be lost in the future-were crucial features of the culture of anticipation that emerged in the interwar period.
|Author||: Valeria Ferrari Schiefer|
|Publsiher||: Peeters Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 268|
Download Recherche Th ologique Des Femmes en Europe M ridionale Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This volume with its emphasis on "Southern Europe" is devoted now for the second time to theological research by women in a particular region of Europe. Women doing research in France, Italy, Spain and Greece provide evidence of and reflection on the history of women's theological studies in their countries and present the results of their studies. These reveal an impressive spectrum of theological research which sometimes has been and must be conducted in difficult structural contexts and under very different economic conditions. This makes the vitality of the research presented all the more convincing; in the different contexts of the individual countries it demonstrates specific and very varied emphases in academic theory and method. Precisely because of their complex and diverse points of departure, the articles evidence a fundamental, interdisciplinary approach and a creative way of seeing things which is concerned to ensure a fundamental openness for debate and dialogue. This volume thus provides an insight into the fascinating diversity and complexity of theological research in Europe.
|Author||: Cathy Helen Wardle|
|Total Pages||: 145|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
Download Beyond criture F minine Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Explores the work of the contemporary French author Jeanne Hyvrard, from her early novels of the 1970s to the texts of 1990s and beyond. Moving critical accounts of Hyvrard beyond a focus upon ecriture feminine, this work identifies the patterns through which her writing repeats and transforms creation mythology, her own oeuvre, and her own life.
|Author||: H. Stuart Hughes|
|Total Pages||: 262|
Download The Obstructed Path Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The years of political and social despair in France-from the great depression through the Nazi occupation, Resistance, and liberation, to the Algerian War-forced French intellectuals to rethink the values of their culture. Their faltering attempts to break out of a psychological impasse are the subject of this thoughtful and compassionate book by a distinguished American historian. In this first treatment of contemporary French thought to bridge philosophy, literature, and social science and to show its relation to comparable thinking in Germany, Britain, and the United States. Hughes also assesses the work of other writers in terms of their emotional biography and role in society.Hughes found those who struggled to find meaning and purpose amid chaos to be among the most brilliant minds of their century. They included the social historians Bloch and Febvre; the Catholic philosophers Maritain and Marcel; the proponents of heroism Martin du Gard, Bernanos, Saint-Exupery, Malraux, and DeGaulle; and the phenomenologists Sartre and Merleau-Ponty. They also included the strangely assorted trio of Camus, Teilhard de Chardin, and Levi-Strauss, who showed the way to a wider cultural community. Yet in nearly every case these scholars achieved something quite different from what they set out to do. For this self-questioning generation, the interchange between history and anthropology became most compelling and of greatest interest to the world outside.The Obstructed Path blends H. Stuart Hughes' concern for the many ways in which historians define and practice their craft, his lifelong interest in literature, his fascination with the influence of Marx and Freud, and his empathy with the varieties of Christian thought. It also demonstrates his delicate grasp of singular personalities such as Bernanos, Merleau-Ponty, Jean-Paul Sartre and Levi-Strauss. His profound insight into the flaws of many elaborate philosophical constructions, and into t