Les grands arr ts de la jurisprudence civile
La 13e édition des Grands arrêts de la jurisprudence civile coïncide avec le quatre-vingtième anniversaire de leur parution sous la signature de Henri Capitant. C'est dire que cet ouvrage est le précurseur de tous les recueils de Grands arrêts actuellement existants. Jamais démenti, son succès vient de ce qu'il offre un accès direct aux grandes décisions qui ont permis au Code civil de s'adapter à la réalité sociale contemporaine. L'ouvrage est scindé en deux tomes. Le premier volume réunit la totalité des matières étudiées, d'une université à l'autre, en licence 1 : Introduction, mais aussi droit des personnes, droit de la famille et droit des biens. S'y ajoutent le droit des régimes matrimoniaux et celui des successions et des libéralités qui, situés au confluent du droit de la famille et du droit du patrimoine, sont le prolongement naturel des disciplines précédentes. Le second volume rassemble la théorie générale des obligations (acte juridique, responsabilité, quasi-contrats, régime général) ainsi que les disciplines qui évoluent dans son orbite : contrats spéciaux, sûretés. Il correspond aux matières généralement enseignées en licence 2 et en licence 3. À l'occasion de cette 13e édition, les auteurs ont procédé à une importante mise à jour : nombre de commentaires ont été partiellement ou totalement réécrits pour prendre en compte les évolutions survenues depuis la précédente édition, il y a huit ans.
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Six severed arms are discovered buried in a forest clearing. They are arranged in a mysterious circle, and appear to belong to missing girls between the ages of eight and thirteen. But the rest of the bodies are nowhere to be found. Criminologist Goran Gavila is given the case. A dishevelled, instinctively rebellious man, he is forced to work with young female police officer Mila Vasquez. Lithe, boyish, answering to no one, Mila has a reputation as a specialist in missing children. She also has a tragic history of her own that has left her damaged, unable to feel or to relate to others. Theirs is a fiery but strangely affecting working relationship - and as they uncover more secrets about the dark secrets in the forest, their lives are increasingly in each other's hands... A gripping literary thriller that has taken Italy by storm, The Whisperer has been as sensational a bestseller in Europe as the Stieg Larsson novels. It is that rare creation: a thought-provoking, intelligent literary novel that is also utterly unputdownable.
Sweet Dreams Little One
It's early morning on New Year's Eve, and 9-year-old Massimo wakes up to a long, doleful cry and the disconcerting image of his dad being supported by two strangers. Inexplicably, his mother has disappeared, leaving only a vague trail of perfume in his room and her dressing gown bundled up at the foot of his bed. Where has she gone? Will she ever come back? And will Massimo be able to say sorry, after quarrelling with her the night before?
One Thousand Six Hundred Thirty Three
Hurtled back in time into the Thirty Years War by an unknown force, Mike Stearns and his fellow West Virginia coal miners join forces with the king of Sweden to form the Confederated Principalities of Europe and take on the scheming Cardinal Richelieu as they struggle to rescue Mike's wife from war-torn Amsterdam and his sister from the Tower of London.
The Meaning of the City
Jacques Ellul, a former member of a Law Faculty at the University of Bordeaux, was recognized as a brilliant and penetrating commentator on the relationship between theology and sociology. In the Meaning of the City he presents what he finds in the Bible--a sophisticated, coherent theology of the city fully applicable to today's urbanized society. Ellul believes that the city symbolizes the supreme work of man--and, as such, represents man's ultimate rejection of God. Therefore it is the city, where lies man's rebellious heart, that must be reformed. The author stresses the fact that the Bible does not find man's fulfillment in a return to an idyllic Eden, but points rather to a life of communion with the Savior in the city transfigured. The Meaning of the City, says John Wilkinson in his introductory essay to the book, is the theological counterpoint to Ellul's Technological Society, a work that analyzed the phenomenon of the autonomous and totally manipulative post-industrial world. Ellul takes issue with those who idealistically plan new urban environments for man, as though man alone can negate the inherent diabolism of the city. For Ellul, the history of the city from the times of Cain and Nimrod through to Babylon and Jerusalem reveals a tendency to destroy the human being for the sake of human works. Nevertheless, continuing the theme of the tension between two realities that characterizes all his works, Ellul sees God as electing the city as itself an instrument of grace for the believer. William Stringfellow describes The Meaning of the City as a book of startling significance, which should rank beside Reinhold Niebuhr's Moral Man and Immoral Society as a work of truly momentous potential. Douglass D. McFerran adds that it is a book worth serious consideration by anyone interested in the relationship between religious commitment and secular involvement. And John Wilkinson sums it up: There are very few convincingly religious analyses of the sociological phenomena of the present day. . . . Ellul's biblically based sociology is today furnishing the matter for a large and growing group of social protestants, particularly in the United States.
This book is based exclusively on documents published by the White House and the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as statements by American civilian and military leaders to the international press.