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Journal
2014 | 5 | 9-20
Article title

La narration d’une fin de cycle dans Fragments d’une histoire future de Gabriel Tarde

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EN
The narrative of the end of a cycle in Fragments d’une histoire future of Gabriel Tarde
PL
La narration d’une fin de cycle dans Fragments d’une histoire future de Gabriel Tarde
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FR
Abstracts
EN
The French sociologist Gabriel Tarde is well-known for his theory of social imitation. His work Fragments d’une histoire future is less quoted as it is a prospective essay on the future of humanity. The article deals with the narrative of this history and focuses on the special writing of the end of a cycle. How do human beings react in extreme circumstances when one major source of energy disappears ? How do they change their traditional world vision ? What are the main values that we can save in order to ensure the revival of humanity ?
PL
The French sociologist Gabriel Tarde is well-known for his theory of social imitation. His work Fragments d’une histoire future is less quoted as it is a prospective essay on the future of humanity. The article deals with the narrative of this history and focuses on the special writing of the end of a cycle. How do human beings react in extreme circumstances when one major source of energy disappears ? How do they change their traditional world vision ? What are the main values that we can save in order to ensure the revival of humanity ?
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Journal
Year
Issue
5
Pages
9-20
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published
2014-01-01
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2353-8953-year-2014-issue-5-article-1136
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