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Des héros mythologiques aux grandes figures de l’histoire, en passant par des soldats, des démineurs ou des hommes politiqu. Des héros mythologiques aux grandes figures de l’histoire, en passant par des soldats, des démineurs ou des hommes politiqu.
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Des Visages des Figures is an album by French rock band Noir Désir. It was released in France and other European countries on 11 September 2001. It turned out to be the band's last studio effort, as two years later the singer Bertrand Cantat was imprisoned for the murder of Marie Trintignant, and after his release the attempts to reunite the band and produce a new album proved unsuccessful (only one new track was released in 2008); Noir Désir was officially disbanded in November 2010.
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Les Dialogues d’Evhémère ('The Dialogues of Euhemerus') is a little-known philosophical dialogue by Voltaire, published in 1777
Les Dialogues d’Evhémère ('The Dialogues of Euhemerus') is a little-known philosophical dialogue by Voltaire, published in 1777. At the time of its writing he was 83 years old and knew that he was coming to the end of his life: the work is a kind of philosophical testament. Like many other works by Voltaire, it is written in the tradition of Socratic dialogue, where the interlocutors seek the truth together.
Agathe Roman, Choosing the dialogue form: the Melian dialogue (Thuc. 5-113), DHA 33/1, 2007, 9-22. Abstract: The speeches in Thucydides are usually studied in a historical point of view. Without trying to prove whether the Melian dialogue truly took place in history or not, the present paper wishes to examine why Thucydides chose the dialogue form -an exception in the Peloponnesian war - instead of the speech, more usual in his work.