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Raffaele Carbone, Chantal Jacquet, Pierre-François Moreau
Spinoza-Malebranche : à la croisée des interprétations
Spinoza-Malebranche : at the Crossroads of Interpretations
La croisée des chemins
Unlike certain historiographical approaches that have studied the relationship between the two authors mainly through the prism of Cartesian heritage, this volume examines other avenues and makes new comparisons to explore hitherto less-studied essential aspects of the two philosophies and their reception.



Estelle Ferrarese
La fragilité du souci des autres
The fragility of concern for others
Adorno et le care
Adorno and care
Perspectives du care



Gweltaz Guyomarc'h, Stéphane Marchand
Aitia, n°7-2/2017
Études sur le De elementis de Galien
Studies on Galen's De elementis
The present papers focus on Galen's (129–ca. 216) treatise On the elements according to Hippocrates, probably written ca. 169, during his second stay in Rome.



Francesco Toto, Théophile Pénigaud, Emmanuel Renault
La reconnaissance avant la reconnaissance
The Recognition before Recognition
Archéologie d'une problématique moderne
Archaeology of a Modern Concept
La croisée des chemins



Saverio Ansaldi
Fureurs et mélancolie
Rage and melancholy
Philosophie, théologie et poésie à la Renaissance
Philosophy, theology and poetry in the Renaissance
La croisée des chemins



Pierre Crétois, Stéphanie Roza
Astérion, n°17/2017
De l'intérêt général
On General Interest
The notion of public interest, which has been widespreadly used in France in the eighteenth century, contains a foundamental polysemy: the debates about its definition are linked with the modern characterization of the State and its right.



Pierre Charbonnier, Romain J. Garcier, Camille Rivière
Tracés, n°33/2017
Revenir à la terre ?
Coming back to land ?
This issue of Tracés approaches land as a conceptual object, as a power issue, and as the site of many agencies and political possibilities. Ten contributions (translation, note, dialogue and original papers) from several disciplines shed light on a different side of the comeback of land, reinstating land as a major contemporary concern.



Martine Furno
The 16th century saw the emergence of vernaculars as languages of thought, and the parallel maintenance of Latin as a learned language of communication and thought. The issue presented here sought to question the facts in terms of the gradual impact of this rise of the vernaculars on Latin throughout the century.



Philippe Audegean, Christian Del Vento, Pierre Musitelli, Xavier Tabet
Le bonheur du plus grand nombre
The Happiness of the Greatest Number
Beccaria et les Lumières
Beccaria and the Enlightenment
La croisée des chemins
This book examines the way On Crimes and Punishments (1764) gave birth to modern criminal law and paved the long road towards the abolition of the death penalty and torture in Europe. Written by prominent Beccaria scholars, the seventeen chapters provide interdisciplinary perspectives: , it furthers our understanding culture of today's world.



Catherine Volpilhac-Auger
Montesquieu : une histoire de temps
Montesquieu : a story of time
La croisée des chemins
Fifteen articles, several of which are unpublished, enable an overview of the complete works of Montesquieu in all their dimensions. What does the genesis of his works tell us? Rediscover Montesquieu in his time and in the long haul of history; revealed by the succession of readings, sometimes contradictory, which have been given.



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