Ḥakīm-nāma, or Ijtimā‘-i ‘allāma (The philosopher’s Treatise). Together with his “Dhayl-i Sayr al-‘ibād” and other extant poems. Ed. by Nasrollah Pourjavady, Tehran, Iranian Institute of Philosophy, 2005, XII + 150 p.
Awḥaduddīn Rāzī, a relatively unknown scholar of the 7th/13th century, probably lived and worked in north western Iran. He was a philosopher and physician who also composed poems. His Ḥakīm-nāma is a philosophical allegory dedicated to Šamsuddīn Juvaynī (executed in 717/1282). In a ...
07062 This paper explores the relationship between the characteristics of the doctoral training and the recruitment of young PhDs in the private sector in France. We used information from a national representative survey of 1246 PhDs graduated in 2001 and interviewed in 2004. We focus on the ...
In : BARRUOL (G.), DAUTIER (N.), MONDON (B.) dir. — Le Mont Ventoux, encyclopédie d'une montagne provençale. Forcalquier : Les Alpes de lumière
L'ensemble industriel apparaît sur un plan de 1844. A l'origine, Joly & Stricker ; 1851 : Charles Stricker ; 1858 ou 1859 : Auguste Berret. Complexe manufacturier composé de trois bâtiments, le premier (côte rue) étant séparé des deux autres par le canal des foulons. Les deux chaudières ...