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    The Presence of Ethics Programs in Critical Access Hospitals.William A. Nelson, Marie-Claire Rosenberg, Todd Mackenzie & William B. Weeks - 2010 - HEC Forum 22 (4):267-274.
    The purpose of this study was to assess the presence of ethics committees in rural critical access hospitals across the United States. Several studies have investigated the presence of ethics committees in rural health care facilities. The limitation of these studies is in the definition of ‘rural hospital’ and a regional or state focus. These limitations have created large variations in the study findings. In this nation-wide study we used the criteria of a critical access hospital (CAH), as defined by (...)
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  2. Miscellanée de soeur Marie-Claire.Soeur Marie-Claire Robineau - 1980 - Moreana 17 (3-4):149-150.
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    The Patient-Physician Interaction as a Meeting of Experts: One Solution to the Problem of Patient Non-Adherence.Mary-Clair Yelovich - 2016 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 22 (4):558-564.
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  4. Jean-Marie-Maguin, Everyman, Ou la Question de L’au-Delà au Moyen Âge CNED/PUF, Paris, 2008, 184 P., Avec Deux Annexes Dont la Traduction En Français D’Everyman. [REVIEW]Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2009 - Moreana 46 (1):274-277.
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    L'agriculture de la Grèce antique. Bilan des recherches de la dernière décennie.Marie-Claire Amouretti - 1994 - Topoi 4 (1):69-94.
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  6. Sobre el peso y la elección del pasado: Una lectura crítica de El síndrome de Vichy.Marie-Claire Lavabre - 2012 - Aletheia: Anuario de Filosofía 3 (5):19 - 9.
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    The Myths of the Three Glauci.Marie-Claire Beaulieu - 2013 - Hermes 141 (2):121-141.
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    The Role of Calcium in the Recall of Stored Morphogenetic Information by Plants.Marie-Claire Verdus, Camille Ripoll, Vic Norris & Michel Thellier - 2012 - Acta Biotheoretica 60 (1-2):83-97.
    Flax seedlings grown in the absence of environmental stimuli, stresses and injuries do not form epidermal meristems in their hypocotyls. Such meristems do form when the stimuli are combined with a transient depletion of calcium. These stimuli include the “manipulation stimulus” resulting from transferring the seedlings from germination to growth conditions. If, after a stimulus, calcium depletion is delayed, meristem production is also delayed; in other words, the meristem-production instruction can be memorised. Memorisation includes both storage and recall of information. (...)
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    Children and Biobanks: A Case for Reflexivity.Marie Claire Tonna - 2012 - Studies in Ethics, Law, and Technology 6 (1).
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    Medico-Legal and Ethical Aspects of Nasal Fractures Secondary to Assault: Do We Owe a Duty of Care to Advise Patients to Have a Facial X-Ray?: Table 1.Marie-Claire Jaberoo, Jonathan Joseph, Gillian Korgaonkar, Kandappu Mylvaganam, Ben Adams & Malcolm Keene - 2013 - Journal of Medical Ethics 39 (2):125-126.
    Guidelines advise that x-rays do not contribute to the clinical management of simple nasal fractures. However, in cases of simple nasal fracture secondary to assault, a facial x-ray may provide additional legal evidence should the victim wish to press charges, though there is no published guidance. We examine the ethical and medico-legal issues surrounding this controversial area.
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  11. Lettre.Marie-Claire Robineau - 1989 - Moreana 26 (1):21-22.
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  12. Richard Hyrde: A Plea for Learned Women.Marie-Claire Robineau - 1967 - Moreana 4 (1):5-24.
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  13. Bernard Cottret, Thomas More : La Face Cachée des Tudors. Paris, Tallandier, 2012, 402 Pp., 24 €, ISBN 9782847348033. [REVIEW]Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2013 - Moreana 50 (1-2):291-297.
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  14. Editorials.Marie-Claire Phélippeau & Mary Clow - 2008 - Moreana 45 (3):2-13.
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  15. Erasme de Rotterdam, Vie de Saint Jérôme, Traduction Et Annotation Par André Godin, Edition du Texte Latin Par Alexandre Vanautgaerden. Collection Notulae Erasmianae, Vol. Ix, Dirigée Par Alexandre Vanautgaerden. Bibliothèque de Genève : Brepols, 2013, 298 Pp. ISBN 978-2-503-52843-4. [REVIEW]Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2016 - Moreana 53 (3-4):243-248.
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  16. Editorial Letter.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2015 - Moreana 52 (3-4).
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  17. Eugenio Olivares, Padre Mío Bueno: Margarita Moro Roper, Perfil Biogräfico y Epistolario.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2008 - Moreana 45 (1):178-179.
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  18. “His Saints, That Are in the Land of Him”: Pico and More’s Conceptions of the Afterlife.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2010 - Moreana 47 (1-2):103-121.
    Freed from “the storms of this world”, Giovanni Pico’s soul was deemed to be spending some time “in the dark fire of purgatory,” before its final place of abode “in the country of heaven,” with its “blessed citizens.” According to Savonarola, Pico had avoided hell, “that other side deputed unto perpetual pain.” This paper examines Thomas More and Giovanni Pico’s conceptions of afterlife through the imaginary representations of the three eschatological places: heaven, hell and purgatory, and concludes on an evolution (...)
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  19. In memoriam Paul Akio Sawada.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2015 - Moreana 52 (1-2):7-9.
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  20. Jean-Marc Chadelat, Les Pièces Historiques Anglaises de Shakespeare: L'histoire Comme Révélation. [REVIEW]Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2018 - Moreana 55 (1):119-122.
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  21. La Mort Et le Péché Dans les Écrits de Sir Thomas More/Death and Sin in the Writings of Sir Thomas More.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2007 - Moreana 44 (3-4):243-249.
    Summary of a doctoral dissertation defended at the Sorbonne on 9 November 2007, for which the candidate received the unanimous congratulations of her four member jury.
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  22. L’Adieuau Poète.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2008 - Moreana 45 (1):15-18.
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  23. Narrow is the Gate to Utopia.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2012 - Moreana 49 (1-2):207-226.
    This study examines the notions of pleasure, individual liberty and consensus in Thomas More’s Utopia. The paradox inherent in Utopia, written before the Reformation, is especially visible in the affirmation of religious toleration coexisting with the need for a strict supervision of the citizens. The dream of an ideal republic is based on a Pauline vision of man which defines the individual mainly as a sinner. Consequently, it is the duty of the republic’s rulers to guide the citizens and establish (...)
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  24. Sir Thomas More Santo E Martire.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2003 - Moreana 40 (3):123-126.
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  25. The Last Things, Ou Les Vérités Dernières, Une Variation Sur Le Genre Traditionnel D’ Ars Moriendi.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2003 - Moreana 40 (1-2):143-158.
    L’article a pour but de décrire l’œuvre de More : The Last Things, à l’occasion de sa première traduction en français. Il analyse les différentes caractéristiques du traité et en rattache la filiation au Moyen Age, par certains aspects, et à la Renaissance par certains autres. L’originalité de More est mise en évidence : elle réside à la fois dans la forte cohérence du discours, dans son éloquence avérée, ainsi que dans le caractère pastoral de l’œuvre.
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  26. Thomas More À Stratford-Upon-Avon, 2005.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2005 - Moreana 42 (3):119-122.
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  27. Thomas More and the Sins of Tyranny: Being Evil and Acting Evil.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2012 - Moreana 49 (3-4):239-250.
    As it became more and more apparent, in early modern times, that the traditional conception of sin, based on the Seven Capital Sins, bore no scriptural authority, the Ten Commandments gradually replaced the former system in theological and moral literature. Thomas More’s theology of sin, throughout his work, still relies on the Seven Sins much more than on the Decalogue. This paper argues that the consequence of this conception is an emphasis on the sinner rather than on the sin committed, (...)
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  28. Thomas More Et L’Ouverture Humaniste.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2014 - Moreana 51 (1-2):186-209.
    This article is to be understood as a general introduction to Thomas More, the humanist. Confronted with the new ideas coming from the rest of Europe, More is influenced by the rediscovery of Greek texts. With his humanist friends, William Lily and Erasmus, he becomes a translator, a poet, a polemicist and a fiction writer. The article starts by defining the terms Renaissance and Humanism, laying the stress of the secularization of thought, and continues by recalling Thomas More’s action against (...)
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  29. Thomas More's Last Things as a “Warning Before Hell”.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2017 - Moreana 54 (2):238-247.
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  30. The Morean Paradise.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2009 - Moreana 46 (2-3):130-145.
    The isle of Utopia might be seen as a possible earthly Paradise, achieved by enlightened people in quest of perfection on earth. It has most of the elements of an urban paradise but there remain aspects of the postlapsarian working world. In no way is it Eden. This paper will look for unexpected paradisiacal elements in Thomas More’s writings and propose an assessment of his representations of after-life. A rapid survey of his major works will show the evolution of a (...)
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  31. Thomas More, the Mystic?Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2015 - Moreana 52 (1-2):135-154.
    This paper intends to challenge G.K. Chesterton’s assertion regarding Thomas More: “He was a mystic and a martyr.” It will draw material from studies on mysticism, with the aim of finding accurate definitions of the concept, and from the writings of well-known mystics such as Bernard of Clairvaux, Catherine of Sienna, Teresa of Avila and Saint John of the Cross. Our study focuses on More’s Tower Works,. It will analyze the mystical aspects in his writings and try to determine whether (...)
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  32. The Poetics of Water in 16th and 17th Century Utopias: More, Bacon, Rabelais.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2014 - Moreana 51 (3-4):67-82.
    This paper intends to study the poetics of water in various 16th and 17th utopias or imaginary tales: Thomas More’s Utopia, Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis and François Rabelais’s Gargantua, Pantagruel and Quart Livre. Based on Gaston Bachelard and Gilbert Durand’s research, the analysis intends to highlight the function of the aquatic element in the writing of fantastic tales inspired notably by Lucian. Water being the infinitely malleable substance, endowed with plural metaphors and in turn positively and negatively valued, it plays (...)
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  33. “Utopia First!” A Machiavellian Conception of Solidarity in More's Utopia.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2018 - Moreana 55 (1):79-93.
    This paper shows how solidarity is one of the founding principles in Thomas More's Utopia. In the fictional republic of Utopia described in Book II, solidarity has a political and a moral function. The principle is at the center of the communal organization of Utopian society, exemplified in a number of practices such as the sharing of farm work, the management of surplus crops, or the democratic elections of the governor and the priests. Not only does solidarity benefit the individual (...)
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    Controversial More and Puzzling Utopia: Five Hundred Years of History.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2016 - Utopian Studies 27 (3):569-585.
    The figure of Thomas More and his work Utopia have followed chaotic but often separate fates all along history. More wrote his Utopia in 1515, when he was under forty years of age and, more important, before the first expressions of the Lutheran movement in England. Ten years after the first edition of Utopia, Europe had become a different world, often a much more hostile one, a place in which Thomas More assured he would not have repeated the same adventure. (...)
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  35. Marie-Claire Hoock-Demarle, Bertha von Suttner 1843-1914. Amazone de la Paix, Avant-Propos de Stéphane Hessel.Anne-Laure Briatte-Peters - 2014 - Clio 40:310310.
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  36. Raymond Aron: Kantian Critique of 20th Century.Marie-Claire Foblets - 1990 - Dialectics and Humanism 17 (1):154-165.
     
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  37. Raymond Aron: Kantian Critique of the Twentieth Century.Marie-Claire Foblets - 1990 - Dialectics and Humanism 17:154.
     
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  38. Pater Noster. [REVIEW]Sr Marie-Claire & Margaret Roper - 1966 - Moreana 3 (2):91-110.
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    The French Translations of Thomas More's Utopia.Marie-Claire Phélippeau - 2016 - Utopian Studies 27 (2):300-307.
    ABSTRACT Thomas More's Utopia must have exercised a special hold on imaginations in France, as we count as many as four complete French translations in the two centuries following the first publication of the work in 1516. They are all translations of the original Latin text and most often that of 1518 rather than the first 1516 Louvain version. The presence of paratext varies a lot from one translator to the next, mostly according to each translator's design. French translations of (...)
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    Rousseau Intimiste Et la Fusion des Cultures?Marie-Claire Grassi - 1989 - History of European Ideas 11 (1-6):559-563.
    Rousseau est certainement un des écrivains français qui interroge le plus car la multiplicité de son oeuvre reflète une ambiguïté. C'est en effet l'homme du discours logique et de la rêverie, de l'oeuvre philosophique, politique, lyrique et intime: un long itinéraire ‘de la marche de la raison au tragique de la recherche d'un salut individuel’.1 Ce qui nous intéresse ici, c'est l'aspect intime, c'est Rousseau intimiste dans son rapport avec la culture ou les cultures; sa démarche et son interrogation sur (...)
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    Les «Lexiques» de la «Métaphysique» d'Avicenne.Marie-Claire Lambrechts - 1983 - Revue Philosophique De Louvain 81 (52):634-637.
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    Etre et langage. Par Gilles Lane. Éditions Aubier-Montaigne, Coll. Présence et Esprit, Paris, 1970. 326 pages. [REVIEW]Marie-Claire Delvaux - 1971 - Dialogue 10 (3):631-634.
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    On the Historical Origins of Chinese Underdevelopment.Marie-Claire Bergère - 1984 - Theory and Society 13 (3):327-337.
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  44. Les trois temps des migrantsThe three times of migrants. Sociological survey in an asylum seekers’ campLos tres tiempos de los migrantes. Investigación sociológica en un campo de solicitantes de asilo.Claire Lobet-Maris - 2021 - Temporalités 33.
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    L’Héroïsation du Poète Hésiode En Grèce Ancienne.Marie-Claire Beaulieu - 2004 - Kernos 17:103-117.
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    Entre clôture et ouverture : un dialogue de sourds. Le travail thérapeutique de réseau : des espaces à créer?Marie-Claire Michaud - 2007 - Dialogue: Families & Couples 176 (2):85.
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    McLuhan, prophète ou imposteur? Par Sidney Finkelstein. H.M.H., Montréal, 1970. 135 pages. [REVIEW]Marie-Claire Delvaux - 1971 - Dialogue 10 (4):855-858.
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    Flore Kimmel-Clauzet, Morts, Tombeaux Et Cultes des Poètes Grecs.Marie-Claire Beaulieu - 2014 - Kernos 27:457-459.
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    Vérité et langue. Langue et pensée. Par Eric Buyssens. Bruxelles, éditions de l'institut de sociologie, 1969. 46 pages. [REVIEW]Marie-Claire Delvaux - 1971 - Dialogue 10 (4):861-863.
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    Les trois temps des migrants.Claire Lobet-Maris - 2021 - Temporalités 33.
    Based on a sociological survey carried out in a camp for asylum seekers in Belgium, the article questions the modes of existence in this “out of place” and “out of time” that is the camp. Behind the apparent emptiness of waiting in a decelerated present, the investigation highlights three temporalities that together shape the breathing of the camp and the living conditions of asylum seekers: the rhythm of the framework that holds together daily life, the cycle and the passage that (...)
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