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    Scientific pluralism

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    Entrée “Scientific pluralism” (avec David Ludwig), article invité pour la Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, en préparatio

    Chapter 4- Taste and trigeminal perception; from detection to integration

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    International audienceTaste is crucial for the sensory evaluation of food. This sense allows the detection of essential nutrients and toxic compounds. Human beings are able to discriminate five primary different taste qualities, sweet, umami (the taste of amino acids), bitter, salty, and sour. Tasting compounds are remarkably diverse chemically. They activate specialized detectors expressed in the oral cavity. In this chapter, we review the main tasting molecules known to generate these five tastes and trigeminal compounds. This chapter describes also the current knowledge on the physiology of taste, the integration of taste perception, and how taste-taste interaction occurs at the brain level

    L'animal médiatique

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    Fensterblicke auf den Genozid. Zum Verhältnis von Wohnzimmern und Konzentrationslagern

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    Moral Pluralism and the Complexity of Punishment: The Penal Philosophy of H.L.A. Hart

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    La Loi Climat et Résilience: perspectives en sciences sociales

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    International audienceActes du colloque organisé à la faculté de droit de Boulogne-sur-Mer, le 20 janv. 2020

    Stability Analysis of a Class of Discontinuous Discrete-Time Systems

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    International audienceThe stability analysis of a class of discontinuous discrete-time systems is studied in this letter. The system under study is modeled as a feedback interconnection of a linear system and a set-valued nonlinearity. An equivalent representation, based on a constrained optimization problem, is proposed to represent the set-valued nonlinearity via a collection of linear and quadratic constraints. Relying on this description and on the use of a generalized quadratic set-valued Lyapunov functions, sufficient conditions in the form of linear matrix inequalities for global exponential stability are obtained. Numerical examples corroborate the theoretical findings

    Perspective historique de la formation des cadres religieux musulmans en France coloniale

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