Query : universal
- Zwartjes, Otto15
- Faugeron, Jean; Blouin, André14
- scientifique, Chargé de diffusion14
- Leite, Pedro Pereira12
- Van Goethem, Kristel9
- Godart-Wendling, Béatrice7
- Graf, Klaus7
- Poisson, Philippe6
- Bergounioux, Gabriel4
- J. Zhang4
- Peter M Atkinson4
- A. Mosavi3
- Alfredo Serrai3
- Alina Zajadacz3
- Assier Andrieu, Louis3
- Bès, Gabriel G.3
- Biard, Joël3
- C. Prudhomme3
- Delmas-Marty, Mireille3
- Dione, Albert Kory3
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1752
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology887
- Political Science833
- Methods and Statistics717
- Art and Art History708
- Gender Studies555
- Cultural Heritage and Museology550
- Architecture and Space Management537
- Communication Sciences357
- Musicology and Performing Arts318
- Biological Anthropology279
- Classical Studies232
- Economies and Finances200
- Environmental studies181
- Archaeology and Prehistory148
No. 872, 1-15 March 2004 Jean-Marc ferryLes Grammers de l’intelligenceDu Cerf ed., 211 p. Start: communication. Which authorised the proposal to: “The thesis of the ontological precedence of a world of communication over a world of representation is an anchor for the discussion of the book”. The exi...
English double modals, witnesses of a change of category
Current English varieties have a class of modal verbs which are syntactically and morphologically irregular. In Standard English these verbs do not have a third person -s present tense inflection, an -ing form, a past participle; they do not permit a direct object and are not followed by another mod...
Combinatorial and linguistic logic: applicative combinatorial grammar
The applicative combinatory categorical Grammaire expands Steedman’s combinatorial categorical Grammaire by a canonic association between Curry’s rules and combiners on the one hand and the use of metarègles that control type change operations on the other. This model is included in the general mode...
Log or Linear? Distinct Intuitions of the Number Scale in Western and Amazonian Indigene Cultures
International audience The mapping of numbers onto space is fundamental to measurement and to mathematics. Is this mapping a cultural invention, or a universal intuition shared by all humans regardless of culture and education? We probed number-space mappings in the Mundurucu, an Amazonian indigene...
Minorities in China at the Shanghai World Expo
through the World Expo held in Shanghai in 2010 on the theme: ‘Better city, better life’, China has shown how it designs the ‘universal’ by applying ancestral concepts specific to its culture to foreign countries. It understands and equates the international community through the prism of the green...
The specific legal status of the animal
International audience The n°2015-177 Act of February 16th 2015 defined animals as “living beings endowed with sensitivity”, while at the same time keeping them under the property regime, respecting the laws which protect them.We suggest overhauling the legal category of the natural person in order...
Drinking and eating in Asian literatures
For its fifth issue, Impressions from the Far East provide readers with insights on how we are confronted in China, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, India and Korea, the universal constraint Brillat-Savarin summarised under the imparte formula: “Everything that lives is fed”. These 25 literary evocations, un...
Proxy-based near real-time TV content transmission in mobility over 4G with MPEG-DASH transcoding on the cloud
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Universal health protection (PUMA): an unfinished rationalisation of social security funding (second part)
Towards a universal set of bubble coalescence laws in low viscosity magmas
International audience Bubble nucleation, growth, and coalescence control the ascent, degassing, and eruption of all types of magma. Nucleation and growth are consequences of magma decompression, and are satisfactorily described by solubility and physical models. Coalescence is a more complicated is...
Fontenelle: playing and philosophsopher
As Leibniz’s interlocutor, as Pascal’s sounding (and controversy) reader, and as a distant heir of Épicure, Fontenelle has every reason not to ignore the moral and philosophical importance of the game. Indeed, Fontenelle’s thinking meets the issue of gambling in various ways. In a literal sense, Fon...
The civil servant confronted with the official candidacy (1852-1870) -a contribution to a revaluation of the democratic and liberal caesarism-
The image of the Second Empire was disgraced for a long time in our national culture. Indeed the French defeat at Sedan, Victor Hugo’s diatribes and the Coup combined to firmly corroborate the dark vision of the period. Yet some historical studies have partly restored it by showing the reality of th...
Relations between actors at the UN Human Rights Council
National audience This communication aims to study in a quantitative, relational and spatial manner the functioning of intergovernmental organisations (IGOs). The assumption for this project is that these IGOs are systems or even for the largest (UN, World Bank) systems of systems, where the strateg...
Anaphors in discourse : anaphoric subjects in brazilian portuguese
The present dissertation is concerned with the use and interpretation of null and pronominal subjects in Brazilian Portuguese. This investigation examines these phenomena in an attempt to disentangle the semantic and discursive factors that can be relevant for choice between these anaphoric expressi...
Heritage geopolitics by Emmanuel Lincot
Publication of: Emmanuel Lincot, Geopolitics of Heritage. Abu Dabi Asia in Japan, Paris, MkF, 2021, 118 p. If international relations could be understood through a new grammar? Heritage has proven to be an extraordinary asset for the development of new diplomacy. The current geopolitical context enc...
Disappearances. Local uses, global traffic. Gabriel Gatti (Ed.). Bogotá: World Publishers’ centuries — University of the Andes, 2017. 288 pp.
the work Disappearances. Local uses, global traffic, edited by Gabriel Gatti, is based on a seemingly simple premise with complex consequences and full of edges: that the ‘missing’ and ‘disappearance’ categories have moved across the board and that on their local landing they have acquired specific...
The stairs in the building
[ES] The staircase is an architectural element that brings communicative, aesthetic, artistic, technological and cultural values in our built environment. The aim of the project is to study the stairways in a unique way, taking into account the diversity of aspects relevant to the stairs. To this en...
Hanging on to the Edges
What does it mean to be a scientist working today; specifically, a scientist whose subject matter is human life? Scientists often overstate their claim to certainty, sorting the world into categorical distinctions that obstruct rather than clarify its complexities. In this book Daniel Nettle urges t...
Tôkyo 2020: toilet hunting starts
by Elsa Pecqueur. In 2017 there was a call for an increase in ‘universal ’ or ‘transgender’ toilets (daredemo toire) , aimed at meeting demand from Japanese users but also offering easier access to people with reduced mobility in Tôkyo before the Olympic Games (OJ) 2020. Again in 2018, Japan d...
The international protection of the hostages
This thesis refers to the international legal problems represented by the hostage taking all over the world, especially in Colombia. Having as a goal the granting of the universal rights to life and to freedom, the States and the International community repress hostage taking. They adopt internation...
Constructing a syntactic tagset for the parsing of Serbian
This paper presents the process of the construction of a syntactic tagset for Serbian. This tagset is intended for the constitution of a training corpus for the parsing of Serbian, in the global aim of linguistic annotation of the ParCoLab corpus, a parallel corpus of Serbian, French and English. Si...
The poetics of allegory on the works of José Saramago
José Saramago (1922-2010), Literature Nobel Prize in 1998, is a Portuguese writer whose work has a universal reach and thanks to the use, in particular, of a figure, allegory. Germany Romanticists slighted over this figure rather than the symbol for a long time. José Saramago has used this writing f...
The ‘text work’, dedicated to language, stylistic and grammar issues
Contribution from Liouba Bischoff and Laure Himy-Piéri. Fourth cover, addressed to all candidates in the competitions, in particular Aggregation and CAPES, Clefs Competitions Letters offer a summary by subject. Designed as a benchmark for monographs and courses and as a revision tool, each book is s...
The French spoken in the education of the FLE The French spoken in the education of the FLE: The case of the presentation is with learners and teachers
The interest in French spoken in the teaching of French foreign language is not new. From the direct method at the beginning of the twentieth century to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the teaching of French has evolved considerably, taking account in particular of the achi...
The Palais des Machines of 1889. Historical-structural Reflections
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