By Jean-Philippe Marty
Avoir acquis une tradition générale, c'est bien. Savoir l. a. mobiliser et l. a. rendre efficace, c'est mieux !
1100 QCM entièrement mis à jour et spécifiquement conçus pour :
• tester votre savoir ;
• faire appel aux connaissances qu'il faut quand il le faut ;
• maîtriser les grandes problématiques contemporaines…
Un journey d'horizon complet :
• Religion-philosophie (fanatisme, théorie des jeux, morale…) ;
• Psychologie (psychologie sociale, psychologie cognitive…) ;
• Sociologie-anthropologie (inégalités sociales, minorités…) ;
• Droit-justice (droit social, droit administratif, droit pénal…) ;
• Politique-géopolitique (pouvoir politique, altermondialisme…) ;
• Économie-mondialisation (multinationales, économie…) ;
• Communication-éducation (linguistique, médias, sport…).
Une méthode uncomplicated et efficace.
Chaque chapitre associe l. a. présentation des grands ouvrages sur le sujet à une série de références majeures (grands romans à citer, movies à voir, websites fiables à consulter) qui permettent de trouver des exemples pour introduire un devoir ou organiser sa réflexion.
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He was an editor of the Harvard Monthly in its great days. One afternoon, for some reason, Copey leaned toward him over his desk and, pointing a finger, said in a tense voice: "I do not like you, Mr. " I do not know for whom Gilbert was named—it was probably for one of Mother's romantic book heroes—but Gilbert never again in his lifetime used his middle name. Nor was he offended by being singled out by Copeland. We had all been warned by seniors, and we got what we expected from Copey: severe criticism, ironic remarks, and perhaps even a little rudeness.
The widowed father, meanwhile, recognizing that his agrarian colony was rapidly becoming a dyspeptic, non-viable distopia, took himself to Philadelphia where he worked in a drugstore as a pharmacist and studied law at night. Eventually, with the help of friendly physicians, he obtained mortgages and ran his own drugstore, at first in Philadelphia and later in Pittsburgh. 10 To paraphrase Dr. Johnson, that investment represented a triumph of hope over experience. Meanwhile George Sergius Seldes occasionally visited his sons in Alliance and they saw him in Philadelphia.
Copeland praised George's realistic narratives and spoke pejoratively about aesthetes who described their ecstatic responses to a sunset. Seventy-five years later, in 1987, George recalled a whimsical, telling episode that occurred one day in "Copey's" class: Although my brother was not an esthete, he belonged to the top literary group. He was an editor of the Harvard Monthly in its great days. One afternoon, for some reason, Copey leaned toward him over his desk and, pointing a finger, said in a tense voice: "I do not like you, Mr.