Synonyms for est_pas or Related words with est_pas

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Examples of "est_pas"
1994. “En ce moment même...une répétition qui n’en est pas une”, in "Le passage des frontières. Autour du travail de Jacques Derrida", Paris, Galilée, 245-48.
She appeared on the French show, "On est pas couché," on 19 April 2014 to present her CD album "La Cantadora" with classic/modern crossover music.
Il a été élu membre du parlement vaudois de 2002 à 2012, soit deux législatures. Il ne s'y est pas représenté en 2012 suspendant son avenir politique pour sa vie de famille.
The realist movement was, in part, a reaction against romanticism. Emma may be said to be the embodiment of a romantic: in her mental and emotional process, she has no relation to the realities of her world. Although in some ways he may seem to identify with Emma, Flaubert frequently mocks her romantic daydreaming and taste in literature. The accuracy of Flaubert's supposed assertion that "Madame Bovary, c'est moi" ("Madame Bovary is me") has been questioned. In his letters, he distanced himself from the sentiments in the novel. To Edma Roger des Genettes, he wrote, "Tout ce que j'aime n'y est pas" ("all that I love is not there") and to Marie-Sophie Leroyer de Chantepie, "je n'y ai rien mis ni de mes sentiments ni de mon existence" ("I have used nothing of my feelings or of my life"). For Mario Vargas Llosa, "If Emma Bovary had not read all those novels, it is possible that her fate might have been different."
The term has been used since the beginning of second-wave feminism to refer broadly to any recent manifestation of feminist activism, mainly to distinguish it from the First-wave feminism of the suffragettes. It was used in the title of a best-selling 1982 book by Jacques J. Zephire about French feminist Simone de Beauvoir, "Le Neo-Feminisme de Simone de Beauvoir" (Paris: Denoel/Gonthier 9782282202945). Zephir used the term to differentiate de Beauvoir's views from writers described as "Neofeminist", such as literary theorist Luce Irigaray, who indicated in her own writing that women had an essentialist femininity that could express itself in "écriture féminine" (feminine writing/language), among other ways. Céline T. Léon has written, "one can only identify the existentialist's [de Beauvoir's] glorification of transcendence with the type of feminism that Luce Irigaray denounces in "Ce sexe qui n'en est pas un": "Woman simply equal to men would be like them and therefore not women"."
Duval was originally expected to become a priest, but the French Revolution occurred when he was 17. Afterwards he joined a notary and began at the same time writing plays for small theaters. From 1805 to 1835, he was employed in public service as an office manager at the Interior Ministry, which left him time to devote to playwriting under the pen name Georges Duval. Working especially for small theaters, for which he wrpte 70 plays, Duval composed a large number of Comédie en vaudevilles, including many in collaboration with Gouffé, Vieillard, Dumersan, Desaugiers, Dorvigny, Rochefort, Gaëtan, Dossion, P. G. A. Bonel, Servières, Thomas Tournay, Chazet and Rouel (from Caen). His "Pièce qui n'en est pas une" (1801) was a kind of parade that was played both in society salons and on stage, and has often been imitated since.
His lack of success led Hamon to accept a job as a designree in the Sèvres porcelein factory, but an enamelled casket designed by him attracted notice at the London International Exhibition of 1851. He received a medal, and, inspired by his success, left his post to try his chances again at the Salon of 1852. "La Comédie humaine", which he then exhibited, turned the tide of his fortune, and "Ma sœur n'y est pas" (purchased by the emperor Napoleon III) obtained for its author a third-class medal in 1853. At the Paris International Exhibition of 1855, when Hamon re-exhibited the casket of 1851, together with several vases and pictures of which "L'Amour et son troupeau," "Ce n'est pas moi," and "Une Gardeuse d'enfants" were the most important, he received a second class medal, and the ribbon of the legion of honor.
Pierre Bourdieu, in his "Outline of a Theory of Practice", used the term "doxa" to denote what is taken for granted in any particular society. The "doxa", in his view, is the experience by which "the natural and social world appears as self-evident". It encompasses what falls within the limits of the thinkable and the sayable ("the universe of possible discourse"), that which "goes without saying because it comes without saying". The humanist instances of Bourdieu's application of notion of "doxa" are to be traced in "Distinction" where "doxa" sets limits on social mobility within the social space through limits imposed on the characteristic consumption of each social individual: certain cultural artifacts are recognized by "doxa" as being inappropriate to actual social position, hence "doxa" helps to petrify social limits, the "sense of one's place", and one's sense of belonging, which is closely connected with the idea that "this is not for us" ("ce n´est pas pour nous"). Thus individuals become voluntary subjects of those incorporated mental structures that deprive them of more deliberate consumption.
La question de confiance avait été la cause de la chute de nombreux gouvernements sous la III République. L'une des raisons était que la question était parfois posée en séance par un ministre, sans l'accord préalable de l'ensemble du gouvernement et donc de la coalition qu'il représentait. Les autres partenaires de la coalition pouvaient refuser de se voir ainsi forcer la main, et le gouvernement tombait. Sous la IV République, la procédure de la question de confiance est organisée par la constitution, déjà à l'article 49. C'est une prérogative du seul président du Conseil, après délibération du Conseil des ministres. Elle prévoit de plus que le gouvernement ne sera renversé que si la motion est rejetée par la majorité des membres de l'Assemblée. Cette dernière disposition, qui se veut protectrice du gouvernement, sera en fait dévastatrice. Le règlement de l'Assemblée nationale prévoit de son coté qu'un texte joint à la question de confiance est adopté dans les conditions normales, c'est-à-dire si la motion recueille une majorité simple des voix. Dès lors, il suffit aux députés de veiller, par un grand nombre d'abstentions, à ce que la motion soit rejeté par une majorité simple, mais pas une majorité absolue. Le texte n'est pas adopté, et le gouvernement est mis en minorité. Pour autant, à cause du grand nombre d'abstentions, le rejet de la motion n'atteint pas la majorité absolue, et le gouvernement n'est pas constitutionnellement renversé. Privé du soutien de l'Assemblée, don't il tient sa légitimité, et empêché de mettre en œuvre son programme, il n'en est pas moins, politiquement sinon juridiquement, acculé à la démission. L'Assemblée évite par ce mécanisme dit de "majorité calibrée" le risque d'une dissolution, que la constitution conditionne au renversement d'un gouvernement dans les formes.