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6 Results democracy in our life in May 2001 During each election, a percentage more or less important to voters abstained.
This case reminds us that democracy is still threatened, it can and must be exercised in the assemblies but also in the neighborhood and schools. (This is a provisional version) BT2N 39, Democracy in our life And the additions made by the author. Authors: Site BT2 ICEM and Roger Favry 2 attachments The Bible, a book that has defied the centuries. Article In: French History Geo Sociology May 2001 Reporting a book that has defied the centuries …
How this unique book, printed in more than 9 million copies annually, and more than 350 languages, is we succeeded? What the Bible? Authors: Site BT ICEM and Daniel Krahenbulh More Protestantism In: Geo Philosophy Sociology May 2001 Protestantism was born in the sixteenth century, in Renaissance Europe. The separation between the Protestant churches and Catholic Church is the result of a long history, tumultuous and violent, especially in France.
You need to know this history to understand the very minority instead of Protestants in France (although they are widely represented in the whole of North Europe, the USA …). Authors: Site BT ICEM and Daniel Krahenbulh More A Lutheran church, Montbeliard. Article In: Techno-Geo Science and Sociology May 2001 In March 2001, the Saint-Martin temple Montbeliard celebrated 400 years of its foundation.
Considered the finest works of architect Heinrich Schickhardt is the oldest Reformed church in France, built on the site of an ancient church founded in 1293 and rebuilt in 1491. Authors: BT Construction of ICEM and Daniel Krahenbulh more Protestantism, a face of Christianity. Folder In: Geo Philosophy Sociology May 2001 The differences between the Protestant churches and Catholic Church may appear minimal for the uninitiated.
However, their separation is the result of a long history, tumultuous and violent, especially in France. A story you need to know to understand the fundamentals of the Protestant religion. Protestantism, a face of Christianity BT 1128 – a .doc Document (1.3 MB) to download Authors: Site BT ICEM and Daniel Krahenbulh homeworkmarket me
1 attachment Protestantism In: Geo> History Philosophy Sociology may 2001 the differences between the Protestant and the Catholic religion may appear minimal.
However, their separation is the result of a long history, tumultuous and violent, especially in France (Protestants are still a small minority, as they are widely represented throughout Northern Europe Authors:. Site BT ICEM and Daniel Krahenbulh 1 attachment
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Results 1-10 of 16 results Roman numerals In: Geo> History Math> Calculation, operations Languages> Ancient Languages ??January 2002 Science and technology Gallo-Roman Early on, we needed to count.
The system set up by the Romans was complex and irrational. But the Roman civilization that dominated Western Europe, the Roman numerals have survived into our present life! Authors: Site BT ICEM Christiane Petitiot and Liliane Pernot More Identity In: Languages> Modern Languages ??French May 2002 This international BT2 has many testimonials from students of different nationalities in their own language or a foreign language that ‘they learn, express how they feel their identity.
BT2 N49 Identity document Author ICEM BT2 Shipyard 1 attachment The heroes of history of the Third Republic manuals In: Geo> History June 2002 The heroes of history textbooks of Third Republic doc – 1.9 MB Authors: Site BT2 ICEM Claude Dumont and Maurice Andre 1 attachment alchemists and alchemy in: Geo> History Science and Techno> Science physics, chemistry Between May 2002 hidden truth and legend, what an alchemist? A pre-scientist, a mystical quest for perfection, a crook?
Authors: Site BT ICEM and Georges Jaegly More An alchemist Nicolas Flamel In: Geo> History Science and Techno May 2002 The story of Nicolas Flamel through the ages: who this quiet man in search perfection, which would have found a way to survive? Authors: Site BT ICEM and Georges Jaegly More Alchemy and the Catholic Church In: Geo> History Science and Techno May 2002 In search of divine perfection, the alchemist was able to please the Church – as its assumptions were not threatening the foundations of religion – or finances!
Authors: Site BT ICEM and Georges Jaegly More Alchemy: principles and methods In: Science and Techno May 2002 In alchemy, knowledge is reserved for the initiated: the pursuit of perfection, they combine philosophy, cosmos, preparations chemical, symbolic color … Authors: Site BT ICEM and Georges Jaegly more alchemy, pre-scientific discipline? In: Science and Techno May 2002 The alchemist observes, experiments, comparing, trying to understand, sometimes found …
However, it is often mistaken: question of method … Authors: Site BT ICEM and Georges Jaegly More Radon , a radioactive element in: Science and Techno> physical Sciences, chemistry May 2002 radon is a radioactive gas that occurs naturally in soil. This is the first source of natural radiation.
How to detect and limit its presence? Authors: Site BT ICEM and Pascale Lafforgue More Frontiers in question In: Geo> Geo History> Geography February 2002 Frontiers in question Doc (2.2 MB) How are the borders ? What do they do then?
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9 Results Pebbles In the rocks: Science and Techno> Life Sciences and Earth middle of January 2003 Pebbles study the rocks Interview with Nathalie Vidal Authors: Site BT ICEM and Gerard Rigaldo More Lavender in: economics Study History middle-Geo January 2003 lavender, “soul of Provence” as wrote Giono, is also part of the regional economy. BT 1144 Lavender document Authors: Site BT ICEM and Georges Jaegly 1 attachment A high school experience in Mali In: French History Geo November 2003 High school students engage in a project of cooperation and mutual aid with Mali.
This BT2 traces their discovery of the country and steps of this collaboration. BT2 N83 A high school experience in Mali document Authors: Site BT2 ICEM and Pierre Housez 1 attachment Kosovo or Kosova November 2003 This paper presents the state that made the headlines of the news in 1999 during the Yugoslav conflict. The text of the BT2, published in 2003, joined a 2013 update where the author mentions some aspects of the evolution of the situation.
Kosovo or Kosova document 2,8Mo Authors: Site BT2 ICEM and Michel Pilorget 1 attachment Orthodox In: Geo Philosophy Sociology May 2003 Orthodoxy is a word which in Greek means “the right way “because the Orthodox believe they have followed the right path, that of the respected tradition for Christ and the apostles, where the Catholics would be deceived. In fact, the Orthodox and Catholic religions differ on some points; they simply had a different story.
Orthodox (BT 1148) .doc Document (3.5 MB) to download Authors: Site BT ICEM and Sandrine Lerou 1 attachment file Atlantides In: Geo> History Arts> Visual Arts French> Writing -read Languages> ancient Languages ??Art> Poetry December 2003 Atlantides doc (2.5 MB) Atlantis, prosperous and powerful kingdom would have disappeared in a cataclysm, punished for betraying his ideals. Atlantis has fed fantasies, utopias and political ambitions.
How cleverly arranged disparate but actual items, they were able to build an unlikely legend, but that dream? What are the political implications of the myth, for any empire intoxicated by his power? Authors: Site BT2 ICEM and Roger Favry 1 attachment Convincing not Handle!
In: French> oral French Language> Writing-reading Philosophy October 2003 Convincing not Handle! Doc (1.5 MB) How to spot those who manipulate us, seduce us with words instead of arguing seriously, in respect of information and democracy? Authors: Site BT2 ICEM and Jacques Brunet More Services Departmental Archives In: Geo> History December 2003 Millions of documents are entrusted to the administration, for research in the months or centuries come.