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Andrew Faulkener
Aitia, n°7/2017
Tradition et nouveauté à l'époque hellénistique
Tradition and innovation in the Hellenistic period
The papers in this issue explore the themes of novelty and tradition among Hellenistic authors from different points of view, as well as the reception of Hellenistic literature and art as a symbol of novelty, during the imperial era.

Irina Paperno, Aurélien Langlois
Tchernychevski et l'âge du réalisme
Chernyshevsky and the Age of Realism
Essai de sémiotique des comportements
Essay on the Semiotics of Behavior

Éric Méchoulan
Lire avec soin
Reading with Care
Amitié, justice, médias
Friendship, Justice, and medias
Perspectives du care
How do you think about this experience of reading? The author reinserts this question to a reflection on justice as attention to the other and on the media as a connection; Hence a conception of reading as care and care, according to a friendly model whose history it recalls in connection with the development of the printed media.

Violaine Anger
"Sonate, que me veux-tu ?"
"Sonate, what do you mean to me ?"
Pour penser une histoire du signe
Elements to a history of the sign
How can a music signify without text ? Instead of having a definite perspective, the book reconstructs the debates that happened. It elaborates families of thought and integrates the problem of the performer. Thus it opens the way to a comparative analysis of the styles, in their relation to an anthropology.

Eleonora Santin, Laurence Foschia
L'épigramme dans tous ses états: épigraphiques, littéraires, historiques
The epigram in all its forms: epigraphic, literary and historical
Hors Collection
Travelling through time and space, the epigram — a short engraved poem that became a literary genre over time — came to stand at the intersection of epigraphy, archeology, literature and history. Standing at the very crossroad of these disciplines, this book intends to present its subject "dans tous ses états", that is to say in all its forms.

Jean-Marie Guyau
Bibliothèque idéale des sciences sociales

Romain Descendre, Jean-Louis Fournel
Langages, politique, histoire. Avec Jean-Claude Zancarini
Languages, Politics, History. With Jean-Claude Zancarini
Hors Collection

Pierre-Louis Patoine
Corps/texte. Pour une théorie de la lecture empathique
Cooper, Danielewski, Frey, Palahniuk
Can we feel the pain of a character in a novel ? Immersed in a fiction, a reader may experience various somatosensory feelings. Such an experience of "empathic reading" is hardly conceivable through theories of interpretation that ignore the role of the biological body.

Katia Schneller, Noura Wedell, Jean-Marie Gleize
This book has precedence and an audience in visual arts, critical studies, visual studies and esthetics but also draws on a variety of interdisciplinary texts and topics across the humanities, in literature, poetry and philosophy making it interesting to a wider audience.

Henry Gil
La poésie de Jaime Siles
The poetry of Jaime Siles
Langage, ontologie et esthétique
Language, ontology and aesthetics

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