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Language and Terror. Seven Remarks on the Languages of Europe

Brink, Hans Maarten van den (23 janv. 2013)

Mijn Europa is een Europa van vertalers. Mijn Europa iseen huis waarin niemand helemaal thuis is en waariniedereen spreekt in een taal die hij niet helemaal beheerst. 1 I do not love my language, Dutch. Not unreservedly. It is a capricious instrument. Sometimes I think I know precisely what I want ...

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Europe in My Prose and My Theatrical Work

Ioannides, Panos (23 janv. 2013)

H Ευρώπη είναι η κοιτίδα του σύγχρονου ανθρωποκεντρικού πολιτισμού. Θεμέλιός του λίθος η Πρωταγόρεια ρήση “πάντων χρημάτων μέτρον άνθρωπος The question we have been called upon to ...

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Chapter 5. The First Belarusian Nationalist Movement: Between National and Class Interests

Bekus, Nelly (23 janv. 2013)

The Belarusian national movement in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was an almost classical example of small nation nationalism. Belarusians had no tradition of their own political independence and were dominated by a ruling class of more or less alien nationality—Russian or ...

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List of Contributors

Michalski, Krzysztof (23 janv. 2013)

Krzysztof Michalski is Rector of the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) in Vienna, and professor of philosophy at Boston University and the University of Warsaw. Chairman of the Reflection Group on the Spiritual and Cultural Dimension of Europe (2002–2004). Editor of Transit. Europäische Revue, ...

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Chapter 3. The Issue of Interest Integration

Erzsebet, Szalai (23 janv. 2013)

In contrast to capitalist societies, where the particular societal interests are decisively confronted and integrated by the market, in the developed phase of ‘existing socialism’ this function was primarily performed by the status group in power and the technocracy, in other words, the state ...

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Chapter 4. Managerial imperatives

Lazerson, Marvin (23 janv. 2013)

Colleges have added managers and support personnel at a steady, vigorous clip over the past 20 years, new research shows, far outpacing the growth in student enrollment and instructors….[The findings] raise questions about priorities and provide fresh ammunition for critics of supercharged ...

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Rromanian man and Rromanian woman

Caragiale, Ion Luca (20 déc. 2012)

Title: Rromânul/Rromânca (Rromanian man and Rromanian woman) Originally published: Rromânul was published under the title ‘Moftangiul’ in Moftul român, no. III (3 February 1893), p. 1. Rromânca, was published under the title ‘Moftangioica’ in Moftul român, no. V (11 February 1893), p. ...

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Chapter 3. West European Communism and Internationalism, 1962–1967

Bracke, Maud (23 janv. 2013)

Two major developments in the 1960s dramatically changed the international situation in which the West European communist parties operated: the Sino–Soviet dispute and the coming of European détente. The situation inside the communist world was at this point a highly complex one, and the PCI and ...

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Emotions in History – Lost and Found

Frevert, Ute (21 janv. 2013)

Coming to terms with emotions and how they influence human behaviour, seems to be of the utmost importance to societies that are obsessed with everything “neuro.” On the other hand, emotions have become an object of constant individual and social manipulation since “emotional intelligence” ...

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Part II. The Prague spring, the invasion, the dissent

Bracke, Maud (23 janv. 2013)

In the second part of this study I analyze the responses to the Czechoslovak crisis by the PCI and PCF, and the short-term impacts on these parties. I do this chronologically, as a way of bringing out the importance of short-term shifts and decisions in moments of crisis. Chapter four compares the ...

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