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LIRE: A. Ernaux, Passion simple, Gallimard (1994). •À VOIR : Bergman, Sourires d'une nuit d'été, Persona, Une passion, Cris et chuchotements. • CORRÉLATS: Aristote ; Descartes ; esthétique ; Heidegger ; mythe ; phénoménologie ; Platon ; psychanalyse ; roman ; stoïcisme ; tragédie ; Tristan.  : Terme d'anthropologie apparu au XXe siècle, traduit de l'anglais (cultural area) et à rapprocher de l'allemand Kulturkreis (« cercle de civilisation »), créé par les ethnologues allemands et autrichiens au début du XXe siècle.

En ancien français, le mot passe, au XIIe siècle, de ce sens premier à « achevé, parfait ».  : Type de gouvernement monarchique spécifique de l'Europe, du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle, et où la totalité du pouvoir est concentrée entre les mains du souverain. Le terme absolutisme apparaît tardivement (1830) pour désigner le régime de la monarchie absolue, soit étymologiquement la forme « parfaite » de la monarchie. L'apparition progressive de l'absolutisme XVIe-XVIIIe siècles Comme beaucoup de systèmes politiques, l'absolutisme a été une pratique avant de devenir une doctrine, et son établissement peut être compris comme l'aboutissement de la progressive réduction du fractionnement féodal par un pouvoir royal de plus en plus assuré.

Dix cartes et quinze chronologies synthétiques (liste p. 415) facilitent le repérage et la mémorisation. • L'index détaillé, en fin d'ouvrage, vous permet de circuler aisément dans le dictionnaire et, en particulier, de savoir où rechercher les informations sur les thèmes, les auteurs ou les personnages qui ne font pas l'objet d'une entrée. • Le tableau synoptique des entrées (p. 416) montre ce qui a guidé le choix de nos entrées : à chaque grand moment de l'histoire apparaissent des courants d'idées, des genres littéraires et des mouvements artistiques, des événements et des faits de civilisation décisifs.

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