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A text that combines history, biblical science, philosophy and ethics, for an original reflection on society’s current challenges in terms of justice, ecology and human dignity.
A spiritual journey starting with your relationship with food and being aware of what it means to eat.
Emmanuel Dubois de Prisque is tackling a taboo by showing how Chinese culture participates in totalitarianism, and by asserting that the CCP identifies as a sacred sovereign.
A clear and practical book, based on several multidisciplinary studies, which critically evaluates the true contribution of neuroscience to teaching and learning.
A modern version of Arabian Nights about the latest discoveries of the universe
A diagnosis made on the basis of a 50-year decline in public hospital services, by one of the best specialists.
Contrary to popular belief, the economy and ecology are not enemies. They arose together, as reflected by the physiocratic heritage.
This book was published under the direction of Samantha Besson, current occupant of the International Institutional Law Chair at the Collège de France
Kako Nubukpo is known for his outspokenness and non-orthodox position on the economy. He is one of the most influential figures in Africa.
The first complete volume that traces the famous therapist’s career path and embraces his entire intellectual legacy, which is a source of new and fruitful perspectives in psychotherapy.
An original discussion around the artistic process, combining philosophy and history of art, brain physiology and mathematics.
A book that helps better understand how health crises are managed (in particular Covid and lead pollution after the Notre-Dame fire).
In the great tradition of essays, the author draws on cognitive neuroscience and neurology, mathematics, physics, biology, philosophy, psychoanalysis, Judaism and literature.
The way we move and our intellectual, cognitive and emotional development are closely linked. It’s time to get back to the body.
The belief that creating money is the same thing as creating resources is the worst possible illusion, as demonstrated in this lucid, succinct and incisive essay.