Hirschman, Pascal et la rhétorique réactionnaire : Une analyse économique de la controverse pélagienne

  title={Hirschman, Pascal et la rh{\'e}torique r{\'e}actionnaire : Une analyse {\'e}conomique de la controverse p{\'e}lagienne},
  author={Pierre-Emmanuel Dauzat},
  journal={The Tocqueville Review/La revue Tocqueville},
  pages={133 - 154}
  • P. Dauzat
  • Published 1 December 2010
  • Sociology
  • The Tocqueville Review/La revue Tocqueville
Dans les années 1980, sous l’influence des recherches des historiens Philippe Ariès et Michel Vovelle sur la mort en l’Occident, de la socio-thanatologie de l’anthropologue Louis-Vincent Thomas et de la remise en cause du dogme durkheimien par Jean Baechler dans son analyse des suicides, je soumis un projet de thèse à l’un de nos plus brillants économistes et théoriciens, Serge-Christophe Kolm. 



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  • « Sociologie du repas », Sociétés
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