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Jean Quillien
Opuscules Numéro 34
The examination of Humboldt's commentators eventually draws a contrasting image of his work, which is entirely devoted, notably through the study of linguistics and languages, to answering the fundamental question: what is man ?

Marta Krol
Pour un modèle linguistique de la fiction
Essai de sémantique intégrée
Philosophie & linguistique
Elucidate the enigma of language fiction by determining its real criteria, after eliminating false beliefs - this is the goal of this book. Admittedly, the matter was closed for several decades, but closed on grounds that don't stand a linguistic-philosophical examination.

Edited by Sylvain Lavelle, Rémi Lefebvre, Martine Legris
Critiques du dialogue
Discussion, traduction, participation
Espaces politiques
Is dialogue at the center of our social life ? Is it today a pillar of our democracy ? A remedy in the conflict, or a rampart against the passions and the violence? What exchanges does it allow between elected representatives and citizens, or between experts and laymen? This book tries to answer these questions using the criticism of the theories..

Edited by Louis Carré, Alain Loute
Donner, reconnaître, dominer
Trois modèles en philosophie sociale
Giving and recognizing are two basic features of social human activities. But can they be considered as being perfectly identical? Besides, which links do they both have to the dimension of social domination? Those are the questions raised within the volume that crisscrosses different theoretical approaches in order to answer them.

Christoph König
L'intelligence du texte
Rilke – Celan – Wittgenstein
Opuscules Numéro 33
The intelligence necessary to attribute meaning to literary texts relies on the intelligence embodied in the texts themselves. This thought leads Christoph König to ask : How shall we read the works of Schiller, Friedrich Schlegel, Uhland, Rilke, Kafka and Celan ?

Edited by Arnaud Zucker, Jacqueline Fabre-Serris, Jean-Yves Tilliette, Gisèle Besson
Lire les mythes
Formes, usages et visées des pratiques mythographiques de l'Antiquité à la Renaissance

Edited by Hélène Vial, Anne de Cremoux
Figures tragiques du savoir
Les dangers de la connaissance dans les tragédies grecques et leur postérité
Cahiers de philologie Numéro 33

Tatiana Milliaressi
Philosophie & linguistique

Edited by Séverine Clément-Tarantino, Florence Klein
Cahiers de philologie Numéro 32

Fosca Mariani Zini
La calomnie. Un philosophème humaniste
Pour une préhistoire de l'herméneutique
Opuscules Numéro 32

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