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The reconfigurations around education probably offer the most relevant angle of observation for understanding contemporary societies, and to decipher the popular resentment against the world of the educated elite.
The delicate issue of choosing to die is raised, explained, and critiqued. A generous book with lively prose, including many anecdotal stories.
From the body to language, including the climate, culture, and, of course, the family, an astute description of the way in which our different environments (“ecology” in the broadest sense of the term) determine, from childhood, the person we are to become.
An original approach, far from the usual questioning that, too often, makes do with mono-causal explanations, which are necessarily over-simplified.
Parental burn-out, a societal phenomenon that we are just beginning to talk about.
From strategy to management tools, including work methods – all facets of the activity of a company are examined to root out overwork.
A new form of psychotherapy that treats anxiety disorders, all types of phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders, general anxiety disorders, and addictions, notably to tobacco, by confronting reality without the associated disadvantages.
Scientific and historical data to better understand the nature of confinement, this extreme experience imposed on a population.
In the same vein as the Grand livre de notre alimentation [The Big Book of Food], this book responds to all our questions on forests.
An accessible, compelling assessment of what has been learned concerning the relationships between the sexes/genders from an evolutionary point of view.
The most abstract (and most recent) theories in physics and cosmology explained to all! No equations: only ideas and passion. A must for all science fans.
This book brings together five years of courses at the Collège de France and more than thirty years of research and instruction on “the economy of creative destruction.” It is Philippe Aghion’s seminal work.
This book will be published to coincide with the thirtieth anniversary of the Fondation Nicolas Hulot.
An original biography that convincingly and in a remarkably well-informed way develops arguments that support its position.
The fruit of the most recent autumn colloquium at the Collège de France, an interdisciplinary reflection on questions concerning the role of language and speech in the age of the internet and new technologies.
Abundant historical documentation used to address a current issue and a very heated polemical debate.
Music does indeed have a strong message to convey