Itinerary of an Arabist
The exemplary journey of a great scholar, historian, and man of letters, a lover of the Arabic language, of which he is one of the greatest translators into French, notably of the Thousand and One Nights.
On Beauty Twenty-Six Ariettas
Does beauty reside in aesthetic contemplation, intellectual depth, technical achievement? Twenty-six intersecting miscellanea for intellectual happiness.
Research in Times of Epidemics From AIDS to Covid
The views of a doctor, who analyzes the AIDS crisis as the catalyst for a new health democracy, in relation to the recent debates on the management of public health policies.
What To Do After Breast Cancer?
Concrete answers and adapted exercises, guided by a physiotherapist specialized in working with women who have had breast cancer.
Glaucoma Prevention, Detection, and Treatment
For the first time, a book of information written for a general audience and for patients, by one of the foremost specialists of this disease which affects more than a million French people.
I’ve Decided to Age Well
An eminent professor of geriatrics helps us understand the signs of aging and the positive and innovative idea of “active aging.”
Starting with an account from the field written in an unrestrained tone by a practitioner dealing with a patient’s end of life, an unprecedented questioning on the deontology of a doctor and the intricacies of our hospital system.
Sociological Reflection on the Jewish Condition
Following the “days of suspicion” initiated in 1967 by the speech of General de Gaulle, which put an end to a form of accord between France and the State of Israel...