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Le Romantisme

Le Romantisme I) Le Romantisme en Europe : Le romantisme est l'un des mouvements littéraires les plus novateurs qui a occupé la première moitié du XIXème. Le mouvement romantique est un mouvement européen qui se répandit en France de façon plus tardive que dans les autres pays. En effet, les premiers pays à avoir parcouru ce mouvement littéraire sont l'Allemagne et...

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La redistribution des revenus

La redistribution des revenus I - Fondements 1) Fondements économiques La répartition primaire des revenus conduit à l'inégalité des revenus (voir chapitre précédent). L'État met donc en place des mécanismes de redistribution pour corriger ces inégalités. On parle d'État-providence. En effet, le niveau de revenu des certains ménages est si faible qu'ils sont exclus de la consommation....

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Les orientales Hugo

Victor Hugo « L'Enfant « O horror ! horror ! horror ! SHAKESPEARE, Macbeth. Les Turcs ont passé là : tout est ruine et deuil. Chio, l'île des vins, n'est plus qu'un sombre écueil, Chio, qu'ombrageaient les charmilles, Chio, qui dans les flots reflétaient ses grands bois, Ses coteaux, ses palais, et le soir quelquefois Un ch?ur dansant de jeunes filles. Tout est désert : mais non, seul près des murs noircis, Un enfant aux...

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Les rapports entre vérité et opinion.

Dissertation : « La pluralité des opinions implique-t-elle une absence de vérité ? « Lundi 12 Novembre Note : Appréciation : BROUILLON Définitions des termes : Pluralité : plusieurs, multitude, non unique. Opinion : c'est une proposition que l'on tient et que l'on considère comme vraie. Affirmée de manière spontanée et immédiate, cette dernière est adoptée par paresse intellectuelle. On conserve cette proposition parce qu'elle nous rend service, elle nous est utile. On y...

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La disparition du vote de classe

Peut-on parler d'une disparition du vote de classe ? Le sociologue américain Paul Lazarsfeld disait « les gens pensent politiquement comme ils sont socialement ?. Ce mod?le explicatif a dominé jusqu'aux années 1970. Lié à l'indice d'Alford, il part du principe que le clivage droite-gauche peut s'expliquer grâce à deux variables majeures que sont la classe sociale et la religion et met...

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Idi Amin - history.

Idi Amin - history. I INTRODUCTION Idi Amin Idi Amin was the commander of Uganda's armed forces when he overthrew the country's civilian government in 1971. A brutal ruler, Amin directed his forces in a massive purge in which between 300,000 and 500,000 Ugandan citizens were killed. A Tanzanian invasion, supported by Ugandan rebels, forced Amin's exile from the country in 1979. Corbis - history. Idi...

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Hosni Mubarak - history.

Hosni Mubarak - history. Hosni Mubarak, born in 1928, military leader and president of Egypt (1981- ). He was born in Kafr-al Meselha, the son of an inspector of the Ministry of Justice. Mubarak was educated at Egypt's national Military Academy and Air Force Academy and at the Frunze General Staff Academy in Moscow. Under Egyptian president Anwar al-Sadat, Mubarak served...

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Gamal Abdel Nasser - history.

Gamal Abdel Nasser - history. I INTRODUCTION Gamal Abdel Nasser Gamal Abdel Nasser led a nationalist movement in 1952 that ousted the Egyptian monarchy and transformed Egypt into a republic. Nasser became leader of Egypt in 1954 and subsequently negotiated an end to Britain's 72-year occupation of Egypt. Nasser was elected president of Egypt in 1956 and remained in office until his death in...

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F. W. de Klerk - history. F. W. de Klerk, born

F. W. de Klerk - history. F. W. de Klerk, born in 1936, president of South Africa (1989-1994) and Nobel laureate, whose reforms led to the end of apartheid. Frederik Willem De Klerk was born in Johannesburg and earned a law degree from Potchefstroom University in 1958. He was elected to the South African parliament in 1972 for the National...

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Cecil Rhodes - history.

Cecil Rhodes - history. Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902), British colonial statesman and financier, one of the main promoters of British rule in southern Africa. Cecil John Rhodes was born July 5, 1853, in Bishop's Stortford, England. In 1870 he was sent to live with his brother in Africa, in the area now known as South Africa. Diamond fields were discovered at Kimberley...

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Boer War - history.

Boer War - history. I INTRODUCTION Boer Commandos These Boer commandos take a break during the Boer War at Ladysmith in Natal province (now KwaZulu-Natal), South Africa. The commandos formed small military units. They first assaulted African groups and then fought from 1899 to 1902 against the British. Hulton Deutsch - history. Boer War (1899-1902), conflict in southern Africa between Britain and the allied, Afrikaner-populated...

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Apartheid - history.

Apartheid - history. Apartheid, policy of racial segregation formerly followed in South Africa. The word apartheid means "separateness" in the Afrikaans language and it described the rigid racial division between the governing white minority population and the nonwhite majority population. The National Party introduced apartheid as part of their campaign in the 1948 elections, and with the National Party victory, apartheid...

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Anwar al-Sadat - history.

Anwar al-Sadat - history. Anwar al-Sadat (1918-1981), Egyptian military leader and president (1970-1981), best remembered for his work toward peace in the Middle East, in the course of which he became the first Arab leader to recognize Israel. Sadat was born on December 25, 1918, in the Nile delta village of M?t Ab? al Kawm. The son of a poor hospital...

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Ancient Egypt - history.

Ancient Egypt - history. I INTRODUCTION Egyptian Pyramids Located on the west bank of the Nile River on the outskirts of Cairo, the pyramids at Giza, Egypt, rank as some of the best-known monuments in the world. The ancient Egyptians constructed the pyramids to serve as royal tombs. Built without the use of cranes, pulleys, or lifting tackle, the massive structures stand as testaments...

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Algerian War of Independence - history.

Algerian War of Independence - history. I INTRODUCTION FLN Soldiers Algerian Front de Libération Nationale (FLN) soldiers stand at attention. Nine Algerian exiles founded this political-military organization in 1954 to wage the Algerian War of Independence against France. The FLN became Algeria's sole legally recognized party from 1962 to1989. The armaments shown in this 1957 photograph were supplied by the British government. Corbis - history. Algerian...

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Aksum - history.

Aksum - history. I INTRODUCTION Aksum, ancient kingdom that flourished in northeastern Africa from the 1st century BC until the early 7th century AD. Its capital was the city of Aksum, which lies in the northern part of present-day Ethiopia. A powerful trading center, Aksum controlled the highlands of northern Ethiopia and the Red Sea coast of present-day Eritrea. Culturally, it was closely associated with the people...

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African National Congress - history.

African National Congress - history. I INTRODUCTION Govan Archibald Mbeki Govan Archibald Mbeki was a leader of South Africa's African National Congress and a member of the South African Communist Party. In 1964 the South African government sentenced Mbeki to life imprisonment. He was released in November 1987. REUTERS/CORBIS-BETTMANN - history. African National Congress (ANC), South African political organization that has been the country's ruling...

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Africa - history.

Africa - history. I INTRODUCTION Africa, second largest of Earth's seven continents, covering 23 percent of the world's total land area and containing 13 percent of the world's population. Africa straddles the equator and most of its area lies within the tropics. It is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the Indian Ocean and Red Sea on the east, and...

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Sumer - history.

Sumer - history. I INTRODUCTION Sumer (Sumerian Ki-engir; Akkadian Shumerum), ancient country of western Asia, corresponding approximately to Babylonia of biblical times. The history of Sumer has been reconstructed solely from fragmentary writings on clay tablets and from other evidence uncovered and interpreted by modern archaeologists. Use of the name Sumer dates probably from about the beginning of the 3rd millennium II BC. HISTORY Kingdom of Sumer Sumer...

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Stonehenge - history.

Stonehenge - history. I INTRODUCTION Stonehenge Stonehenge, the circular arrangement of large stones near Salisbury, England, was probably built in three stages between about 3000 and 1000 bc. The function of the monument remains unknown: once believed to be a temple for Druids or Romans, Stonehenge is now often thought to have been either a temple for sun worshipers or a type of astronomical...

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Shang Dynasty - history.

Shang Dynasty - history. I INTRODUCTION Shang Dynasty The Shang dynasty (1570?-1045? bc) was China's first historical dynasty. The Shang civilization left China's earliest-known written records, in the form of inscriptions etched in objects of bone and bronze. The inscriptions document the dynastic succession of the Shang kings, as well as many features of the Bronze Age culture of the Shang. The Shang state...

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Seven Wonders of the World - history.

Seven Wonders of the World - history. Seven Wonders of the World, works of art and architecture regarded by ancient Greek and Roman observers as the most extraordinary structures of antiquity. Only one wonder of the seven, the pyramids of Egypt, still stands today. Several lists of wonders were drawn up during antiquity. The list known today is sometimes ascribed to...

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Roman Empire - history.

Roman Empire - history. I INTRODUCTION Roman Empire, political system established by Rome that lasted for nearly five centuries. Historians usually date the beginning of the Roman Empire from 27 BC when the Roman Senate gave Gaius Octavius the name Augustus and he became the undisputed emperor after years of bitter civil war. At its peak the empire included lands throughout the Mediterranean world. Rome...

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Roman Art and Architecture - history.

Roman Art and Architecture - history. I INTRODUCTION She-Wolf of the Capitol Although She-Wolf of the Capitol (circa 500 bc) is actually an Etruscan sculpture, it is associated with Roman art. The bronze statue, which stands 85 cm (33 in) high, is the symbol of the city of Rome. The mythological Romulus and Remus were supposed to have been kept alive by a wolf...

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Qin Dynasty - history.

Qin Dynasty - history. I INTRODUCTION Qin Dynasty The Qin dynasty lasted only from 221 to 206 bc, but its influence brought great changes to China. Local states were abolished in favor of a strong central government. Construction of the Great Wall was begun to keep out invaders. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - history. Qin Dynasty, 221-206 Founded in 221 BC BC, also known as Ch'in, the...

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