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Coronavirus: Time for detachment

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting 2.3 million people worldwide, more than 164,000 of whom have died to date since its emergence in China last December. One grim tally follows another like a dark litany on all the world's media. Yet many historians have written about it,

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The Culture of Inculture - Donald Trump and the Virus, by Thomas Snégaroff

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Faced with the coronavirus and the containment it causes, Gallimard publishes one or two "Crisis leaflets" every day, free of charge, signed by the House's leading figures such as Erik Orsenna, Sylvain Tesson, Cynthia Fleury, Régis Debray and Danièle Sallenave, in order to reflect on the questions raised by the coronavirus and the containment it causes.

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The 10 riddles of the coronavirus

The 10 riddles of the coronavirus

Since its appearance, the coronavirus responsible for Covid-19 has been the subject of an avalanche of scientific studies and research. More than 50,000 articles have already appeared in medical journals in just four months. Whole battalions of scientists, researchers and doctors from all countries are totally focused on the issue.

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Containment and l'echo of the vacuum

Containment and vacuum echo

Are we really living in such an unprecedented era of containment imposed by antiviral prophylaxis? The management of the crisis is naturally following the lines of force of the world before the crisis, it even amplifies certain directions and will impose, if we really want something different, to analyze its

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National Geographic : Discover the trailer of the exceptional documentary "Jane: A Message of Hope".

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National Geographic presents the trailer for "Jane: A Message of Hope," an exceptional documentary about the activist commitment of Dr. Jane Goodall, who for more than 30 years has traveled the world to raise awareness of the importance of preserving our environment. The film will be shown on the following television programs

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Can we flatten the climate curve?

Can we flatten the climate curve?

What a great learning moment we are currently living through! The coronavirus crisis brings us a lot of experiences that we could build on. We have learned about the "flattening of the curve" of the pandemic. Why not take advantage of this experience and the concepts that have emerged from it?

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To say it and do it, by Régis Debray...

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Faced with the coronavirus and the containment it causes, Gallimard publishes one or two "Crisis leaflets" every day, free of charge, signed by the House's leading figures such as Erik Orsenna, Sylvain Tesson, Cynthia Fleury, Régis Debray and Danièle Sallenave, in order to reflect on the questions raised by the coronavirus and the containment it causes.

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Would blanket containment be a mistake?

Would blanket containment be a mistake?

Professor Jean-François Toussaint, professor of physiology, doctor at Hôtel-Dieu and Director of the IRMES, has been scrutinizing with his team of statisticians, since the very beginning of the epidemic, the avalanches of data coming to him from all over the world. For him, generalized containment would prove ineffective and lead to immense collateral damage.

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The time of daring, by Alessandro Baricco

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Faced with the coronavirus and the containment it causes, Gallimard publishes one or two "Crisis leaflets" every day, free of charge, signed by the House's leading figures such as Erik Orsenna, Sylvain Tesson, Cynthia Fleury, Régis Debray and Danièle Sallenave, in order to reflect on the questions raised by the coronavirus and the containment it causes.

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Miguel Benasayag

Thinking and acting in times of pandemic. Miguel Benasayag

Today we are witnessing a historic and unprecedented event: for the first time, the whole of humanity is producing a picture of the threat. What is at stake is the emergence of a shared experience of the fragility of ecological systems that have hitherto been denied and overwhelmed by economic interests. The coronavirus

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Coronavirus: France unequally affected

Public Health France makes available indicators for monitoring the COVID-19 epidemic by department, in order to follow the day-to-day evolution of hospitalisations in our regions and monitor the intensity of the epidemic. UP' offers you the graphs of Public Health France, revealing a national epidemic with variable geography. From

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The mask question

France advances in disguise. Not always on time for those on the front lines of priority and essential care and services, but it is increasingly visible on the streets of Paris, in particular, despite the inconsistency of the recommendations. Curious mix of security and anxiety, duality between protection and

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