La fausse parole by Armand Robin

By Armand Robin

Armand Robin (1912-1961) a crossé une grande partie de sa vie à l'écoute des radios étrangères, et notamment des providers de propagande soviétiques. Il a rendu compte de ses écoutes dans un bulletin bihebdomadaire réservé à un petit nombre d'abonnés, journaux, associations et organismes dont los angeles liste est, aujourd'hui encore, bien difficile à établir.
La fausse parole est le magazine d'un magazine, l. a. chronique de cette activité poursuivie jusqu'à l'épuisement, parallèlement à cette activité poétique non moins déroutante que Robin appelait non-traduction.
Propagandes en tous genres, mécanique du mensonge, guerre psychologique sont implacablement dénoncées. Dénoncées par un poète qui sait ce que parler veut dire et qui réinvente, dans une langue connue de lui seul, le vrai utilization de l. a. parole : l. a. présentation de ce texte, paru aux éditions de Minuit en 1953, est toujours actuelle.

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Tudor History of Painting in 1000 Color Reproductions by Maillard

By Maillard

An illustrated, encyclopedic survey of portray, from cave portray to abstraction.
This vintage, Tudor background of portray in a thousand colour Reproductions, was once released in 1961. The layout is 2 column, frequently three small (average 2x2 inches) yet crisp pictures of Prehistoric artwork to summary and American genres finishing within the mid-20th century consistent with web page with a inside essay column. concentration is Europe 1300s-1800s.

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Kierkegaard as humanist : discovering my self by Kierkegaard, Søren; Kierkegaard, Søren; Kierkegaard, Soren

By Kierkegaard, Søren; Kierkegaard, Søren; Kierkegaard, Soren Aabye; Come, Arnold Bruce; Kierkegaard, Søren

Kierkegaard as Humanist is an in depth research of Kierkegaard's innovations of self, freedom, threat, and necessity. issues tested contain the basic and carrying on with duality of the self, the method in which the self turns into self-consciousness, freedom because the dialectical pressure among necessity and hazard and among temporality and eternity, the indeterminate/determinate bounce as freedom's shape, and love as freedom's content material. Come reveals in Kierkegaard's writings an anthropological ontology that's derived by means of a phenomenological approach and exact from these Kierkegaardian fabrics which are truly theological in a Christian feel; he concludes that Kierkegaard's anthropological ontology is self reliant of his Christian theology

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The History Thieves: Secrets, Lies and the Shaping of a by Ian Cobain

By Ian Cobain

In 1889, the 1st legit secrets and techniques Act was once handed, developing offences of 'disclosure of knowledge' and 'breach of professional trust'. It constrained and monitored what the general public may possibly, and will, be informed. for the reason that then a tradition of secrecy has flourished. As successive governments were selective approximately what they decide to percentage with the general public, we now have been left with a distorted and incomplete realizing not just of the workings of the kingdom yet of our nation's tradition and its prior. during this very important new publication, Ian Cobain deals a clean appraisal of a few of the most important moments in British heritage because the finish of WWII, together with: the measures taken to hide the life of Bletchley Park and its successor, GCHQ, for 3 many years; the unreported wars fought through the Nineteen Sixties and Seventies; the hidden hyperlinks with terrorist cells through the issues; the occasionally opaque workings of the felony justice approach; the state's peacetime surveillance ideas; and the handy loopholes within the Freedom of knowledge Act. Drawing on formerly unseen fabric and rigorous examine, The background Thieves finds how a fancy bureaucratic computer has grown up round the British kingdom, permitting governments to dodge responsibility and their secrets and techniques to be buried.

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