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Religion civile

  «  [1] Que toute personne soit soumise aux autorités supérieures; car il n'y a point d'autorité qui ne vienne de Dieu, et les autorités qui existent ont été instituées de Dieu. [2] C'est pourquoi celui qui s'oppose à l'autorité résiste à l'ordre que Dieu a établi, et ceux qui résistent attireront une condamnation sur eux-mêmes ». Voici les deux premiers versets...


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René

Cours de philosophie 2011-2012 Table des matières du cours de philosophie (2011/12) 1. Introduction pratique au questionnement philosophique. 2. Origines et commencements de la philosophie... a) Etymologie grecque (« amour de la sagesse »), définitions et origines (étonnement, doute, bouleversement) de la philosophie. b) Commencements : la triple découverte du « continent philosophique » en Inde, en Chine et en Grèce. c) Les échelles...


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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I INTRODUCTION Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, major world religion of 12 million members, established in 1830 by Joseph Smith, known as the prophet. Followers of this religion are called Mormons. From a handful of members at the beginning, the movement has grown steadily through proselytizing and a relatively high birth rate. By the...


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Anthropology.

Anthropology. I INTRODUCTION Anthropology, the study of all aspects of human life and culture. Anthropology examines such topics as how people live, what they think, what they produce, and how they interact with their environments. Anthropologists try to understand the full range of human diversity as well as what all people share in common. Anthropologists ask such basic questions as: When, where, and...


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Henry VIII I INTRODUCTION Henry VIII (1491-1547), king of England (1509-1547), the image of the Renaissance king as immortalized by German artist Hans Holbein, who painted him hands on hips, legs astride, exuding confidence and power.

Henry VIII I INTRODUCTION Henry VIII (1491-1547), king of England (1509-1547), the image of the Renaissance king as immortalized by German artist Hans Holbein, who painted him hands on hips, legs astride, exuding confidence and power. Henry VIII had six wives, fought numerous wars in Europe, and even aspired to become Holy Roman Emperor (see Holy Roman Empire) in order to extend his...


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Wetland.

Wetland. I INTRODUCTION Wetland, geographic area with characteristics of both dry land and bodies of water. Wetlands typically occur in low-lying areas that receive fresh water at the edges of lakes, ponds, streams, and rivers, or salt water from tides in coastal areas protected from waves. In wetlands, the surface of the water, called the water table, is usually at, above, or just...


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Hazardous Wastes.

Hazardous Wastes. I INTRODUCTION Hazardous Wastes, solid, liquid, or gas wastes that can cause death, illness, or injury to people or destruction of the environment if improperly treated, stored, transported, or discarded. Substances are considered hazardous wastes if they are ignitable (capable of burning or causing a fire), corrosive (able to corrode steel or harm organisms because of extreme acidic or basic properties),...


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Endocrine System.

Endocrine System. I INTRODUCTION Endocrine System, group of specialized organs and body tissues that produce, store, and secrete chemical substances known as hormones. As the body's chemical messengers, hormones transfer information and instructions from one set of cells to another. Because of the hormones they produce, endocrine organs have a great deal of influence over the body. Among their many jobs are regulating...


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Japanese Literature I INTRODUCTION Japanese Literature, literature of Japan, in written form from at least the 8th century AD to the present.

Japanese Literature I INTRODUCTION Japanese Literature, literature of Japan, in written form from at least the 8th century AD to the present. Japanese literature is one of the oldest and richest national literatures. Since the late 1800s, Japanese writings have become increasingly familiar abroad. Genres such as haiku verse, n? drama, and the Japanese novel have had a substantial impact on literature in many parts...


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Surrealism I INTRODUCTION Surrealism, artistic and literary movement that explored and celebrated the realm of dreams and the unconscious mind through the creation of visual art, poetry, and motion pictures.

Surrealism I INTRODUCTION Surrealism, artistic and literary movement that explored and celebrated the realm of dreams and the unconscious mind through the creation of visual art, poetry, and motion pictures. Surrealism was officially launched in Paris, France, in 1924, when French writer André Breton wrote the first surrealist manifesto, outlining the ambitions of the new movement. (Breton published two more surrealist manifestoes, in...


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Tragedy I INTRODUCTION Euripides Unlike other 5th-century BC Greek playwrights, tragic poet Euripides addressed the plight of the common people, rather than that of mythic heroes.

Tragedy I INTRODUCTION Euripides Unlike other 5th-century BC Greek playwrights, tragic poet Euripides addressed the plight of the common people, rather than that of mythic heroes. Although contemporaries sharply criticized his unconventionality, the surviving works of Euripides have become classics, significantly influencing later European drama and poetry. Corbis Tragedy, dramatic genre that presents the heroic or moral struggle of an individual, culminating in his or her...


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Excerpt from Northanger Abbey - anthology.

Excerpt from Northanger Abbey - anthology. Despite being an early composition, Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey was a posthumous publication, appearing in 1818. A satire on the contemporary craze for Gothic novels and their characteristic themes of horror, picturesque ruins, medievalism, terrible secrets, and the supernatural, Northanger Abbey recounts the career of the heroine Catherine Morland. Catherine is introduced to Gothic literature...


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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - anthology.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - anthology. Lewis Carroll's children's classic has been a favorite of young readers since it was first published in 1865. A sequel, Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, appeared in 1871. Carroll's skillful use of nonsense in these books had a profound influence on children's literature, but also anticipated the 20th-century artistic movement known as...


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Excerpt from Measure for Measure - anthology.

Excerpt from Measure for Measure - anthology. Sex, death, and justice are the central concerns of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. The Duke of Vienna has disguised himself as a friar so that he can move freely among his subjects, leaving the severe Angelo as acting head of state. Angelo begins to act upon the harsh laws that govern moral purity...


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From Bulfinch's Mythology: Arthur - anthology.

From Bulfinch's Mythology: Arthur - anthology. In his retelling of the early life of King Arthur, the semi-legendary 6th-century king of the Britons, American mythologist Thomas Bulfinch acknowledged that historians have disputed Arthur's existence. Some evidence, however, such as references to the king and his court in traditional Welsh poetry, suggests that Arthur was actually a historical figure. Bulfinch bolstered his...


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Définition du naturalisme et des temperaments

LES TEMPERAMENTS A savoir : La notion de tempérament vient du médecin Hippocrate Hippocrate était un médecin grec (459-377 avant J.C.). Il est considéré comme le père de la médecine occidentale. Il a laissé des aphorismes célèbres comme : «que ton aliment soit ton premier médicament» ou «c'est la nature qui guérit» ainsi qu'une règle d'or : «en premier ne...


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La notion d'évolution des espèces n'a pas été seulement un problème d'ordre scientifique, mais a soulevé des débats d'ordre religieux, philosophique et politique.

La notion d'évolution des espèces n'a pas été seulement un problème d'ordre scientifique, mais a soulevé des débats d'ordre religieux, philosophique et politique. Il fallut tout d'abord accepter le concept évolutif et son corollaire : la nécessité d'échafauder une théorie explicative. Une fois ce concept envisagé par les scientifiques, le problème de l'origine des variations héréditaires et de l'influence du milieu se...


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Happy meal

Parcours 1 : Petites histoires à lire entre les lignes  Séance 1 : Happy Meal Objectifs : Je dégage les premières caractéristiques du genre de la nouvelle. Je définis la nouvelle à chute. Je travaille le point de vue interne à la première personne. Dominante : Lecture Support : Happy Meal, d'Anna Gavalda Etape 1 : Une relation «amoureuse» ? Combien de personnages (principaux) apparaissent dans ce...


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La charge de la preuve

Intro : La charge de la preuve est l'obligation qui est faite à l'une des parties au procès de prouver ce que celle-ci avance. La règle générale du droit en la matière implique que ce soit le demandeur qui prouve ce qu'il chercher à affirmer en vertu de l'adage « la nécessité de la preuve incombe à celui qui se plaint. »....


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Histoire du XXIème siècle

HISTOIRE DU XXÈME SIECLE 2-10-13 Cnemo-pekelman@u-paris10.fr PREMIERE PARTIE : D’une Guerre à l’autre (1914-1945) Chap. I : La première guerre mondiale Chap. II : les régimes totalitaires dans l’entre deux guerres Chap. III : Les démocraties libérales et parlementaires dans l’entre deux guerres Chap. IV : La seconde guerre mondiale ...


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