The French Exception
An expert on foreign affairs, Jacques Andréani draws on his extensive international experience to enhance his examination of what it means to be French.
Contrary to the prevalent view, the author argues that human beings are good by nature— and recent studies support his thesis.
Claude Lévi-Strauss, A Journey Through the Century
Eminent specialists on Claude Lévi-Strauss, his disciples and intellectual heirs, from Brazil, Canada, France and the U.S., give us a wide-ranging view of every facet of the works and thought of the author...
How Meditation Changed My Life and Could Also Change Yours!
The book contains a wealth of information on mindfulness meditation, juxtaposing recent findings in the neurosciences with actual experiences.
Why I Didn’t Invent the Wheel
Between nature and culture, a fascinating, widely accessible book about human evolution
Jean-François Gayraud, François Thual
Geostrategy of Crime
Crime has not escaped from the effects of globalisation — with dire results. Two experts examine here the threats to our present and future security.