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Histoire Géographie Education morale et civique CAP
Author: Laurent Blanès, Olivier Apollon, Christophe Escartin, Brigitte Le Gall, Florian Seuzaret, Remi Lahire, Arnaud Rolland
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ISBN: 2216132594
Pages: 199
Year: 2016-06-08
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Captain Conan
Author: Roger Vercel, Ted Morgan
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 1570037132
Pages: 296
Year: 2008
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A brutal tale of the exploits of French commandos on the Great War's Bulgarian front
Livres hebdo
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Livres de France
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Boxer and the Fish
Author: Monica Hughes
Publisher: Capstone Classroom
ISBN: 1625215401
Pages: 16
Year: 2014-03-01
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The Days of Anna Madrigal
Author: Armistead Maupin
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062196308
Pages: 304
Year: 2014-01-21
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The Days of Anna Madrigal, the suspenseful, comic, and touching ninth novel in Armistead Maupin’s bestselling “Tales of the City” series, follows one of modern literature’s most unforgettable and enduring characters—Anna Madrigal, the legendary transgender landlady of 28 Barbary Lane—as she embarks on a road trip that will take her deep into her past. Now ninety-two, and committed to the notion of “leaving like a lady,” Mrs. Madrigal has seemingly found peace with her “logical family” in San Francisco: her devoted young caretaker Jake Greenleaf; her former tenant Brian Hawkins and his daughter Shawna; and Michael Tolliver and Mary Ann Singleton, who have known and loved Anna for nearly four decades. Some members of Anna’s family are bound for the otherworldly landscape of Burning Man, the art community in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert where 60,000 revelers gather to construct a city designed to last only one week. Anna herself has another destination in mind: a lonely stretch of road outside of Winnemucca where the 16-year-old boy she once was ran away from the whorehouse he called home. With Brian and his beat-up RV, she journeys into the dusty troubled heart of her Depression childhood to unearth a lifetime of secrets and dreams and attend to unfinished business she has long avoided.
Liability and Responsibility
Author: Raymond Gillespie Frey, Christopher W. Morris
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521392160
Pages: 430
Year: 1991-03-29
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This collection not only presents some of the most challenging work in legal philosophy, but it also demonstrates the interdisciplinary character of the field of philosophy of law, with contributors taking into account developments in economics, political science and rational choice theory.
LIVRES DU MOIS 7-8
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Moral Disagreements
Author: Christopher W. Gowans
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134604556
Pages: 280
Year: 2013-04-03
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Can moral disagreements be rationally resolved? Can universal human rights be defended in face of moral disagreements? The problem of moral disagreement is one of the central problems in moral thinking. It also provides a stimulating stepping-stone to some of the perennial problems of philosophy, such as relativism, scepticism, and objectivity. Moral Disagreements is the first anthology to bring together classic and contemporary readings on this key topic. Clearly divided into five parts; The Historical Debate; Voices from Anthropology; Challenges to Moral Objectivity; Defenses of Moral Objectivity; and New Directions, the anthology presents readings from the following key thinkers: * Sextus, Empiricus, Chagnon, Wong, MacIntyre * Aquinas, Shweder, Brink, Rawls * Montaigne, Turner, Nussbaum, Narayan * Hume, Mackie, Gewirth * Nietzsche, Williams, Berlin. A distinctive feature of the anthology is that it brings philosophers into dialogue with well-known anthropologists. Also included is a comprehensive introduction by Christopher Gowans, introducing the problem of moral disagreement to those coming to the topic for the first time.
The Birth of the Modern World, 1780-1914
Author: C. A. Bayly
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN: 0631236163
Pages: 568
Year: 2003-12-02
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This thematic history of the world from 1780 to the onset of the First World War reveals that the world was far more ‘globalised’ at this time than is commonly thought. Explores previously neglected sets of connections in world history. Reveals that the world was far more ‘globalised’, even at the beginning of this period, than is commonly thought. Sketches the ‘ripple effects’ of world crises such as the European revolutions and the American Civil War. Shows how events in Asia, Africa and South America impacted on the world as a whole. Considers the great themes of the nineteenth-century world, including the rise of the modern state, industrialisation and liberalism. Challenges and complements the regional and national approaches which have traditionally dominated history teaching and writing.
Dividing Eden
Author: Joelle Charbonneau
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062453866
Pages: 336
Year: 2017-06-06
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From the author of the New York Times bestselling Testing trilogy comes a sweeping new fantasy series, perfect for fans of Victoria Aveyard and Sarah J. Maas. Twins Carys and Andreus were never destined to rule Eden. With their older brother next in line to inherit the throne, the future of the kingdom was secure. But appearances—and rivals—can be deceiving. When Eden’s king and crown prince are killed by assassins, Eden desperately needs a monarch, but the line of succession is no longer clear. With a ruling council scheming to gain power, Carys and Andreus are faced with only one option—to take part in a Trial of Succession that will determine which one of them is worthy of ruling the kingdom. As sister and brother, Carys and Andreus have always kept each other safe—from their secrets, from the court, and from the monsters lurking in the mountains beyond the kingdom’s wall. But the Trial of Succession will test the bonds of trust and family. With their country and their hearts divided, Carys and Andreus will discover exactly what each will do to win the crown. How long before suspicion takes hold and the thirst for power leads to the ultimate betrayal?
Traité pratique d'édition
Author: Philippe Schuwer
Publisher: Editions du Cercle de La Librairie
ISBN: 2765408254
Pages: 655
Year: 2002
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Analyse et commente les responsabilités, les rôles et fonctions des éditeurs, auteurs, collaborateurs, traducteurs, artistes. Aborde également les aspects juridiques, techniques et économiques de l'édition (droits d'auteur, contrats-types, cessions des droits, stratégie éditoriale).
HTML for Babies
Author: Sterling Children's
Publisher: Sterling Children's Books
ISBN: 1454921552
Pages: 16
Year: 2016-07-19
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CODING FOR KIDS . . . Because it's never too early to start developing! Coding and web-design skills are becoming more and more important in our technological world. These concept books will familiarize young ones with the kind of shapes and colors that make up web-based programming language and give them the head start they need. ABC, 1 2 3 . . . HTML! Just as kids learn the alphabet or numbers, it's important for them to learn HTML. This colorful introduction teaches the rudiments of this language--including markup code and letter forms--and helps prepare them for our digital age.
Auschwitz
Author: Pascal Croci
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
ISBN: 0810948311
Pages: 88
Year: 2004-04-01
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The horrors and brutality of the Holocaust are captured in this gripping graphic novel, which follows the story of a couple, Kazik and Cessia, who lose a daughter at Auschwitz and barely survive the concentration camp themselves, in a historical saga based on the reminiscences of actual concentration-camp survivors.
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