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LE BON VIEUX TEMPS

Hector Berthelot (1842 - 1895) est un journaliste, caricaturiste et humoriste québécois. Extrait : L'auteur anonyme de ces articles n'était pas un historien, encore moins un archéologue ; c'était ...

published on 13-11-2019 - 7 views
Hommage à la Catalogne

Venu en Espagne républicaine, au mois de décembre 1936, avec l'intention d'écrire des articles pour les journaux, George Orwell, à peine arrivé à Barcelone, s'engageait dans les milices du P. O. U. M. : «À cette date, dit-il, et dans cette atmosphère, il paraissait inconcevable de pouvoir agir autrement.» Il décrit l'atmosphère de révolution qui régnait dans la ville, les conditions d'improvisation dans lesquelles furent constituées les milices. Armées de vieux fusils, privées de munitions, mal vêtues, mal nourries, ces troupes improvisées tinrent le front pendant plusieurs mois. Nous apprenons les circonstances extraordinaires de cette guerre de tranchées, guerre pourrie où il ne se passait rien ; où le froid, les rats, la vermine étaient plus à craindre que l'ennemi. Blessé grièvement, Orwell fut évacué sur un hôpital. À Barcelone, il assista aux «troubles de mai» au cours desquels les staliniens éliminèrent les anarchistes du P. O. U. M. (Parti Ouvrier d'Unification…

published on 08-11-2019 - 15 views
25 Conseils pour apprendreà Mieux Communiquer

Ce livre est une compilationdes 5articles qui ont été proposés pour l’évènement inter-blogueurs du blog Copy writing Pratique«Echanges de compétences»,dans la catégorie «Communication

published on 07-11-2019 - 17 views
Law & Justice2.pmd - National Portal of India

THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA. (Part I.—The Union and its territory.—Arts. 3-4.) Laws made under articles 2 and 3 to provide for the amendment of the. First and ...

published on 04-11-2019 - 27 views
The Formation of Vegetable Mould Through The Action of Worms

The share which worms have taken in the formation of the layer of vegetable mould, which covers the whole surface of the land in every moderately humid country, is the subject of the present volume. This mould is generally of a blackish colour and a few inches in thickness. In different districts it differs but little in appearance, although it may rest on various subsoils. The uniform fineness of the particles of which it is

published on 03-11-2019 - 29 views
How To Write Free Articles And Market Them with a $0 Marketing Budget

How to Write Free Articles and Market Them With a $0 Marketing Budget is a comprehensive guide to writing free articles on the internet and marketing those free articles using free online marketing resources.

published on 02-11-2019 - 68 views
La compréhension de la problématique de la négligence

Ce texte se veut une synthèse des connaissances permettant d’avoir une compréhension de la problématique de la négligence. À cet effet, le bilan des connaissances « La négligence envers les enfants » fait par le Centre de liaison sur l’intervention et la prévention psychosociales (CLIPP)1 a constitué une ressource précieuse. De même, de nombreux articles et volumes ont contribué à la rédaction de ce texte. De plus, une table ronde des experts, tenue le 14 janvier 2011, a permis de valider les contenus et d’approfondir la réflexion.

published on 01-11-2019 - 44 views
La compréhension de la problématique de la négligence

Ce texte se veut une synthèse des connaissances permettant d’avoir une compréhension de la problématique de la négligence. À cet effet, le bilan des connaissances « La négligence envers les enfants » fait par le Centre de liaison sur l’intervention et la prévention psychosociales (CLIPP)1 a constitué une ressource précieuse. De même, de nombreux articles et volumes ont contribué à la rédaction de ce texte. De plus, une table ronde des experts, tenue le 14 janvier 2011, a permis de valider les contenus et d’approfondir la réflexion.

published on 01-11-2019 - 40 views
Kotlin Tutorial

This article provides a detailed introduction to Kotlin programming language, its basics, and examples to understand basic functional statements.

published on 31-10-2019 - 35 views
Scènes de la vie privée et publique des animaux (1842)

Cet ouvrage est un recueil d’articles, de nouvelles et de contes satiriques. Le livre fut édité au milieu du XIXe siècle par Pierre-Jules Hetzel, dans l’optique d’apporter une vision critique de l’époque par un biais inédit.

published on 31-10-2019 - 36 views
Le bon vieux temps

En 1884 et 1885, la Patrie de Montréal publia une série de petits articles non signés qui eurent une grande vogue.

published on 31-10-2019 - 31 views
THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO

An old carpenter carves a little wooden puppet from a mysterious piece of wood that seems to have the ability to talk! He begins to love the little creature like his own son and names him Pinocchio. But the mischievous fellow runs away from his loving father as soon as he learns to walk. The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi follows the misadventures and naughty exploits of this delightfully “human” puppet who in his heart of hearts longs only to become a real boy. Carlo Collodi was the pen name of a gifted writer of children's books, Carlo Lorenzini who lived in Florence, Italy, during the late 19th century. He was also a political activist and author of several novels, short novels, articles and sketches for adults. He began writing for children in 1876 and translated children's literature from other languages into Italian.

published on 29-10-2019 - 55 views
MODELISATION DE LA PARITE DOLLAR AMERICAIN /DINAR ALGERIEN: APPROCHE BAYESIENNE ET SERIES TEMPORELLE

all I have on my channel is the result of 5 years of higher education (math, economics, computer science) books, courses and tds series with solution for university students (probability, algebra, analysis, computer science and statistics) data science book and others this chain is your path to success

published on 29-10-2019 - 61 views
Le roman d'un jeune homme pauvre

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published on 29-10-2019 - 56 views
Les enjeux des leçons à tirer de la crise bancaire récente

es dizaines de livres et des centaines d’articles ont déjà scruté les causes, les modalités et les effets de la crise et des krachs de banques et de compagnies d’assurance. Ici, ce sont plus des « essais » individuels destinés à provoquer la stimulation intellectuelle et les débats qui ont été surtout réunis, en une convergence de deux générations de chercheurs, économistes en majorité, mais aussi historiens. En fait, l’un des objets de notre démarche tourne autour de la capacité des experts à anticiper sur l’éclatement d’une crise bancaire et financière, à « deviner » le cours de l’Histoire, non en « devins », Cassandre ou autres oiseaux de mauvais augure, mais en mobilisant leurs grilles d’analyse, leurs paradigmes, voire leurs systèmes mathématiques. C’est que les historiens sont frappés que l’amplification de la « force de frappe » scientifique des économistes, en université ou en institution (Banque mondiale, banques centrales, établissements bancaires ou assurantiels, groupes de pensée ou think tanks) n’ait pas permis de multiplier les signaux d’alarme, sauf rarement – nous le préciserons –, ou au moins de mieux rendre sensibles les décideurs aux signes d’alerte. Cela pose évidemment la questio

published on 25-10-2019 - 65 views
Some Cruelties of Prison Life

THE EDITOR OF THE DAILY CHRONICLE. Sir,—I learn with great regret, through an extract from the columns of your paper, that the warder Martin, of Reading Prison, has been dismissed by the Prison Commissioners for having given some sweet biscuits to a little hungry child. I saw the three children myself on the Monday preceding my release. They had just been convicted, and were standing in a row in the central hall in their prison dress, carrying their sheets under the arms previous to their being sent to the cells allotted to them. I happened to be passing along one of the galleries on my way to the reception room, where I was to have an interview with a friend. They were quite small children, the youngest—the one to whom the warder gave the biscuits—being a tiny little chap, for whom they had evidently been unable to find clothes small enough to fit. I had, of course, seen many children in prison during the two years during which I was myself confined. Wandsworth Prison, especially, contained always a large number of children. But the little child I saw on the afternoon of Monday, the 17th, at Reading, was tinier than any one of them. I need not say how utterly distressed I was to see these children at Reading, for I knew the treatment in store for them. The cruelty that is practised by day and night on children in English prisons is incredible, except to those who have witnessed it and are aware of the brutality of the system.

published on 25-10-2019 - 51 views
A Year of Change

In 2007-08 I married the love of my life, became a first-time father and relocated from Australia to Canada. Perhaps more importantly, during this time I underwent a personal transformation that changed both how I see my life and the world in which we live. I also started doing something that, little did I know at the time, would come to be a passion of mine: blogging. In April 07 I founded TheChangeBlog.com, and later in February 08 I became Editor of the popular self improvement blog PickTheBrain.com. This e-book contains the best articles I wrote during this ―Year of Change‖.

published on 24-10-2019 - 62 views
La désobéissance civile

Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 – May 6, 1862; born David Henry Thoreau) was an American author, naturalist, transcendentalist, tax resister, development critic, and philosopher who is best known for Walden, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay, Civil Disobedience, an argument for individual resistance to civil government in moral opposition to an unjust state. Thoreau’s books, articles, essays, journals, and poetry total over 20 volumes. Among his lasting contributions were his writings on natural history and philosophy, where he anticipated the methods and findings of ecology and environmental history, two sources of modern day environmentalism. He was a lifelong abolitionist, delivering lectures that attacked the Fugitive Slave Law while praising the writings of Wendell Phillips and defending the abolitionist John Brown. Thoreau’s philosophy of nonviolent resistance influenced the political thoughts and actions of such later figures as Leo Tolstoy, Mohandas K. Gandhi, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Some anarchists claim Thoreau as an inspiration. Though Civil Disobedience calls for improving rather than abolishing government — “I ask for, not at once no government, but at once a better government” — the direction of this improvement aims at anarchism: “‘That government is best which governs not at all;’ and when men are prepared for it, that will be the kind of government which they will have.” Source: Wikipedia

published on 24-10-2019 - 70 views
طريقة الربح و زيادة المشاهدات في موقع Lbrry

السلام عليكم، في هذا الملف سوف أشرح لكم كل شيء عن طريقة زيادة المشاهدات على موقع Lbrry وبالتالي زيادة الأرباح، في أول المطاف سأقوم بالتعريف بالموقع وعن بعض النوافذ الخاصة به كي يكون الأمر أكثر وضوحا.

published on 24-10-2019 - 49 views
Chinese Mathematics

NO one who is interested in China and in things Chinese, and no one to whom the evolution of thought appeals, can fail to appreciate the recent articles by Dr. Edmunds, the learned president of the Canton Christian College, upon science among the Chinese.[1] His extensive travels in all portions of the country, his own scientific attainments, his wide acquaintance with Chinese scholars, his connection with numerous scientific expeditions, and his official position at the head of one of the most progressive colleges in the country, all qualify him to speak as one having authority. It is, however, quite natural that one whose tastes are not primarily in the line of mathematics should fail to do justice to the work of Chinese scholars in this field. It is true that this work was not of a high order, and yet it must be said that it ranked with that which was being done in other branches of science, and had not the relatively low standing that would be inferred from Dr. Edmund's statements. These statements are summarized in the following: The study of arithmetic has attracted attention among the Chinese from early times, and notices found in historical works indicate some treatises[2] extant even in the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 214), followed by a great number of general and particular works down to the Sung Dynasty (1020-1120 A.D.). The Hindu processes in algebra were known to Chinese mathematicians, but though studied even after intercourse between the countries had ceased, these branches made slow progress down to the end of the Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644).

published on 23-10-2019 - 92 views
Le rire. Essai sur la signification du comique

Ce livre comprend trois articles sur le Rire (ou plutôt sur le rire spécialement provoqué par le comique) que nous avions publiés jadis dans la Revue de Paris 2 . Quand nous les réunîmes en volume, nous nous demandâmes si nous devions examiner à fond les idées de nos devanciers et instituer une critique en règle des théories du rire. Il nous parut que notre exposition se compliquerait démesurément, et donnerait un volume hors de proportion avec l’importance du sujet traité. Il se trouvait d’ailleurs que les principales définitions du comique avaient été discutées par nous explicitement ou implicitement, quoique brièvement, à propos de tel ou tel exemple qui faisait penser à quelqu’une d’entre elles. Nous nous bornâmes donc à reproduire nos articles. Nous y joignîmes simplement une liste des principaux travaux publiés sur le comique dans les trente précédentes années.

published on 23-10-2019 - 81 views
Great Astronomers: Isaac Newton

Sir Robert Stawell Ball, Fellow of The Royal Society, (1 July 1840, Dublin – 25 November 1913, Cambridge) was an Irish astronomer. He worked for Lord Rosse from 1865 to 1867. In 1867 he became Professor of Applied Mathematics at the Royal College of Science in Dublin. In 1874 Ball was appointed Royal Astronomer of Ireland and Andrews Professor of Astronomy in the University of Dublin at Dunsink Observatory.[1] In 1892 he was appointed Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry at Cambridge University at the same time becoming director of the Cambridge Observatory. His lectures, articles, and books (e.g. Starland and The Story of the Heavens) were mostly popular and simple in style. However, he also published books on mathematical astronomy such as A Treatise on Spherical Astronomy. His main interest was mathematics and he devoted much of his spare time to his "Screw theory". He served for a time as President of the Quaternion Society. His work The Story of the Heavens is mentioned in the "Lestrygonians" chapter of James Joyce's Ulysses. He was the son of naturalist Robert Ball and Amelia Gresley Hellicar. (Biography from Wikpedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Stawell_Ball)

published on 23-10-2019 - 63 views
Swann's Way

Proust was born in Auteuil (the southern sector of Paris's then-rustic 16th arrondissement) at the home of his great-uncle, two months after the Treaty of Frankfurt formally ended the Franco-Prussian War. His birth took place during the violence that surrounded the suppression of the Paris Commune, and his childhood corresponds with the consolidation of the French Third Republic. Much of Remembrance of Things Past concerns the vast changes, most particularly the decline of the aristocracy and the rise of the middle classes, that occurred in France during the Third Republic and the fin de siècle. Proust's father, Achille Adrien Proust, was a famous doctor and epidemiologist, responsible for studying and attempting to remedy the causes and movements of cholera through Europe and Asia; he was the author of many articles and books on medicine and hygiene. Proust's mother, Jeanne Clémence Weil, was the daughter of a rich and cultured Jewish family. Her father was a banker. She was highly literate and well-read. Her letters demonstrate a well-developed sense of humour, and her command of English was sufficient for her to provide the necessary impetus to her son's later attempts to translate John Ruskin. By the age of nine, Proust had had his first serious asthma attack, and thereafter he was considered by himself, his family and his friends as a sickly child. Proust spent long holidays in the village of Illiers. This village, combined with aspects of the time he spent at his great-uncle's house in Auteuil became the model for the fictional town of Combray, where some of the most important scenes of Remembrance of Things Past take place. (Illiers was renamed Illiers-Combray on the occasion of the Proust centenary celebrations). Despite his poor health, Proust served a year (1889–90) as an enlisted man in the French army, stationed at Coligny Caserne in Orléans, an experience that provided a lengthy episode in The Guermantes Way, volume three of his novel. As a young man Proust was a dilettante and a successful social climber, whose aspirations as a writer were hampered by his lack of application to work. His reputation from this period, as a snob and an aesthete, contributed to his later troubles with getting Swann's Way, the first volume of his huge novel, published in 1913. Proust was quite close to his mother, despite her wishes that he apply himself to some sort of useful work. In order to appease his father, who insisted that he pursue a career, Proust obtained a volunteer position at the Bibliothèque Mazarine in the summer of 1896. After exerting considerable effort, he obtained a sick leave which was to extend for several years until he was considered to have resigned. He never worked at his job, and he did not move from his parents' apartment until after both were dead (Tadié). Proust, who was homosexual, was one of the first European writers to treat homosexuality at length. His life and family circle changed considerably between 1900 and 1905. In February 1903, Proust's brother Robert married and left the family apartment. His father died in September of the same year. Finally, and most crushingly, Proust's beloved mother died in September 1905. In addition to the grief that attended his mother's death, Proust's life changed due to a very large inheritance he received (in today's terms, a principal of about $6 million, with a monthly income of about $15,000). Despite this windfall, his health throughout this period continued to deteriorate. Proust spent the last three years of his life largely confined to his cork-lined bedroom, sleeping during the day and working at night to complete his novel. He died in 1922 and is buried in the Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris. Source: Wikipedia

published on 22-10-2019 - 74 views
Print on demand

Que vous soyez artistes, graphistes, designers ou entrepreneurs, les produits physiques peuvent potentiellement être la toile parfaite pour monétiser votre créativité et vos ambitions. Ainsi, le sujet que l’on propose ce mois-ci, le Print on Demand (impression à la demande), est un processus par lequel vous travaillez avec un fournisseur pour personnaliser des produits en marque blanche (comme des t-shirts ou des stickers) avec vos propres designs pour les vendre à la commande sous votre propre “marque”. En autres mots, et ce qui en fait le grand avantage c’est que cela signifie que vous ne payez pas de frais pour la création du produit jusqu'à ce que vous l'ayez vendu, donc vous n'avez pas besoin d'acheter en vrac ou de tenir un inventaire vous-même. Ainsi, au lieu de gaspiller des ressources pour fabriquer et stocker des articles imprimés dans votre propre magasin en attendant que les clients passent commande, vous créez un échantillon intangible de l'apparence du produit final, attendez qu'un client commande puis imprimez et livrez le produit physique au client.

published on 21-10-2019 - 67 views
WordPress Optimization Secrets – Get Your Blog to Rank Higher

Inside this eBook, you will discover the topics about page rank basics, using articles and blog posts, using backlinks, using directories, using social media and site maps and the downfall of not using the tools available.

published on 21-10-2019 - 79 views
Philip Kotler – Une pièce maîtresse dans l’évolution du concept marketing

Est-il encore besoin de présenter celui qui est sans doute le plus connu, le plus populaire en Europe des auteurs en marketing, Kotler de l’Université de Northwestern dans l’Illinois où il occupe le poste de S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor en marketing international à la Kellogg Graduate School of Management, école élue pendant six ans meilleure école de gestion américaine par l’enquête de Business Week ? Fidèle à cette université qui lui a ouvert ses portes en 1962 comme assistant en marketing, il a, depuis cette époque, écrit près d’une soixantaine d’ouvrages – incluant de multiples rééditions et traductions –, et plus de 150 articles dans des revues internationales de premier ordre. Il est d’ailleurs le seul auteur à avoir reçu trois fois le prix du meilleur article de l’année dans le Journal of Marketing. Kotler a su aussi confronter ses constructions théoriques aux exigences et contraintes de la réalité, puisqu’il a été conseiller des plus grandes compagnies : AT&T, Bank of America, General Electric, Honeywell, Ford, Motorola, Ciba Geigy, etc.

published on 20-10-2019 - 74 views
Shelby D. Hunt – Théoricien du marketing

Né en 1939, Hunt a travaillé quelques années en entreprise avant d’obtenir son PhD en 1968. Il est aujourd’hui « Jerry S. Rawls et P. W. Horn Professor of Marketing » à Texas Tech University, Lubbock. Ancien rédacteur en chef de Journal of Marketing (de 1984 à 1987), il a écrit plusieurs ouvrages, dont Marketing Theory : Fundations, Controversy, strategy, Resource-Advantage Theory (M.E. Sharpe, 2010), Controversy in Marketing Theory : For Reason, Realism, Truth, and Objectivity (M.E. Sharpe, 2003) ou encore A General theory of Competition : Resources, Competences, Productivity, Economic Growth (Sage Publications, 2000). Ces ouvrages ont été précédés du célèbre et seminal livre Modern Marketing Theory : Critical Issues in the Philosophy of Marketing Science, publié en 1991. Trois des articles de S.D. Hunt, publiés dans Journal of Marketing, à savoir, « The Nature and Scope of Marketing » (1976), « General Theories and the Fundamental Explananda of Marketing » (1983) et, avec Robert M. Morgan, « The Comparative Adva

published on 20-10-2019 - 76 views
Robert Cooper et Gibson Burrell – Modernisme, postmodernisme et théorie des organisations

De 1988 à 1994, Robert Cooper et Gibson Burrell, alors tous deux professeurs à l’Université de Lancaster (Royaume-Uni) au Département Behaviour in Organizations, publient une série de quatre articles intitulés Modernism, Postmodernism and Organizational Analysis dans la revue Organization Studies. Ces contributions présentent les traits majeurs du postmodernisme, entendu comme un discours épistémologique, théorique et méthodologique (et non comme une période) qui se veut rompre avec ce que les postmodernes appellent le discours moderne. Le premier article (Cooper et Burrell, 1988) distingue les discours modernes et postmodernes, ainsi que leurs différentes conceptions de l’organisation. Les articles suivants (Burrell, 1988 ; Cooper, 1989) présentent les travaux de Jacques Derrida et de Michel Foucault et analysent, au travers de leur regard, les discours et théories sur les organisations. Le

published on 20-10-2019 - 72 views