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Rolando Minuti
Œuvres complètes de Montesquieu
17 - Extraits et notes de lecture, II
Hors Collection



Étienne Ghys
Hors Collection
The purpose of this little book is to invite the reader on a mathematical promenade. We pay a visit to Hipparchus, Newton and Gauss, but also to many contemporary mathematicians. We play with a bit of algebra, topology, geometry, complex analysis, combinatorics, and computer science.






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.



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



Auteurs divers
Why ?
Collection Carnet de recherches "écriture et photographie"
Hors Collection



Sébastien Charbonnier, Michel Fabre
L'érotisme des problèmes
Apprendre à philosopher au risque du désir
Hors Collection
This book tries to understand how problems can be desirable by contrast with common sense which associates "problems" with "troubles". This research is in line with the great philosophies of the problem (Dewey, Bachelard, Deleuze, Meyer) with Michel Fabre has shown the importance to understand that it means to think.






Vincent Borrelli, Jean-Luc Rullière
En cheminant avec Kakeya
Voyage au cœur des mathématiques
Hors Collection



Philip Stewart, Catherine Volpilhac-Auger
Œuvres complètes de Montesquieu
19 - Correspondance, II
Hors Collection
These 288 letters span the period between Montesquieu's return from travelling and the completion of L'Esprit des lois. They evoke the Parisian literary and scientific scene, news of politics and wars, and, of course, Montesquieu's major works. The writer also reveals himself to be an attentive father and shrewd proprietor.



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