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  1. Svevo Et Camus (forthcoming). Existence Aliénée Et Structures Formelles. Dialogos.
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  2. Rina Marie Camus (2013). The Wiseman and the Sage: Metaphysics as Wisdom in Aristotle and the Neo-Confucian School of Principle. Frontiers of Philosophy in China 8 (1):120-139.
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  3. Albert Camus (2011). Preface to The Pillar of Salt. Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy 19 (2):15-16.
    The first English translation of Albert Camus' "Preface" to Albert Memmi's first book, La Statue de Sel (The Pillar of Salt). Translated with permission by Scott Davidson.
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  4. I. I. Camus, I. I. I. De Beauvoir, I. V. Heidegger, V. Iaspers, V. I. Kierkegaard, V. I. I. Marcel, Viii Merleau-Ponty, I. X. Nietzsche & X. Sartre (2011). Annotated Guide to Further Reading. In Felicity Joseph, Jack Reynolds & Ashley Woodward (eds.), Continuum Companion to Existentialism. Continuum.
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  5. Catherine Belzung, Etienne Billette De Villemeur, Mael Lemoine & Vincent Camus (2010). Latent Variables and the Network Perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3):150-1.
    We discuss the latent variables construct, particularly in regard to the following: that latent variables are considered as the sole explanatory factor of a disorder; that pragmatic concerns are ignored; and that the relationship of these variables to biological markers is not addressed. Further, we comment on the relationship between bridge symptoms and causality, and discuss the proposal in relationship to other constructs (endophenotypes, connectionist-inspired networks).
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  6. Albert Camus & David Carroll (2007). Camus at "Combat": Writing 1944-1947. Princeton University Press.
    Praise for the French edition: "A wonderful book. In 1944 Camus had already published "The Stranger" and "The Myth of Sisyphus.
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  7. Jean-Yves Camus (2006). The Commemoration of Slavery in France and the Emergence of a Black Political Consciousness. The European Legacy 11 (6):647-655.
    The abolition of slavery after the Revolution of 1789 has always been hailed by the French secular State as proof of the progressivist nature of the Republic. Nevertheless, there has never been any attempt to seriously confront the French involvement in the trade of slaves, which lasted for two centuries. France, a colonial power until the 1960s, which still retains several overseas possessions with an Afro-Caribbean population, has a large resident black population in the mainland which feels it has been (...)
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  8. Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, David Sprintzen & Adrian Van den Hoven (eds.) (2004). Sartre and Camus: A Historic Confrontation. Humanity Books.
  9. Albert Camus (2001). Democracy is an Exercise in Modesty. Sartre Studies International 7 (2):12-14.
    For the want of something better to do, I sometimes reflect on democracy (in the Paris subway, of course). As you know, there is confusion in people's minds about that useful notion. And since I like to side with the greatest number of people possible, I look for definitions that might be acceptable to the largest number. That's not easy, and I don't pretend to have succeeded. But it seems to me that certain useful approximations are possible. To be brief, (...)
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  10. Albert Camus (1997). Man in Revolt. In William Leon McBride (ed.), Sartre's French Contemporaries and Enduring Influences. Garland. 8--23.
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  11. Jean-Paul Sartre & Albert Camus (1997). Man and His Acts. In William Leon Mcbride (ed.), Sartre's French Contemporaries and Enduring Influences. Garland. 8--1.
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  12. Emmanuel Camus (1995). Evaluation of Trypanosomiasis and Brucellosis Control in Cattle Herds of Ivory Coast. Agriculture and Human Values 12 (2):90-94.
    In 1978, treatment and vaccination programs were recommended to control bovine trypanosomiasis and brucellosis in Ivory Coast. A single trypanocidal treatment of young calves dramatically reduced their mortality rate. A preliminary demonstration project was carried out in a limited area by the government agency SODEPRA, followed by demonstrations on nearly all the farms. The costs were covered by SODEPRA as one of their development projects. Over a period of time the farmers took charge of the treatments, both financially and physically. (...)
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  13. Albert Camus & Ronald E. Santoni (1988). After Hiroshima—Between Hell and Reason. Philosophy Today 32 (1):77-78.
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