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Nobel Lecture, December 10, 1969 A Physicist’s Renewed Look at Biology – Twenty Years Later Physics and Biology At the very beginnings of science the striking dissimilarities between the behavior of living and nonliving things became obvious. Two tendencies can be discerned in the attempts to arrive at a unified view of our world. One…

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French Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio est né le 13 avril 1940 à Nice, mais ses deux parents avaient de fortes attaches familiales avec l’île Maurice, ancienne colonie française, conquise par les britanniques en 1810. À l’âge de 8 ans Le Clézio part avec le reste de sa famille habiter au Nigéria, où le père est…

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Humanities French Fiction Name First name Title, subtitle etc. Place of publ. Year Publisher About Edmond Le roman d’un brave homme. Paris 1883 Hachette Antic Joseph d’ Mes loisirs. Album des familles. Lectures amusantes et instructives. Ill. Paris 1884 La France illustrée Balzac Honoré de Eugénie Grandet. AEuvres complètes. Scènes de la vie de province.…

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(pdf) (pdf) Integrating nature and knowledge into economics This year’s Prize in Economic Sciences rewards the design of methods that address some of the most fundamental and pressing issues of our time: long-run sustainable growth in the global economy and the welfare of the world’s population. The study of how humanity copes with limited resources…

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English Biobibliographical Notes Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio was born on April 13, 1940, in Nice, but both parents had strong family connections with the former French colony, Mauritius (conquered by the British in 1810). At the age of eight, Le Clézio and his family moved to Nigeria, where the father had been stationed as a…

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Spanish 7 diciembre de 2010 Elogio de la lectura y la ficción Aprendí a leer a los cinco años, en la clase del hermano Justiniano, en el Colegio de la Salle, en Cochabamba (Bolivia). Es la cosa más importante que me ha pasado en la vida. Casi setenta años después recuerdo con nitidez cómo esa…

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English Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1975 (Translation) Peace, Progress, Human Rights Honored members of the Nobel Committee, Ladies and Gentlemen. Peace, progress, human rights – these three goals are insolubly linked to one another: it is impossible to achieve one of these goals if the other two are ignored. This is the dominant idea that…

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Czech Pøedná¹ka k udìlení Nobelovy ceny. V prosinci 1984. O patetickém a lyrickém stavu ducha Často se setkávám, především u cizinců, s otázkou, čím je možno vysvětlit velkou oblibu poezie v mé zemi, proč je u nás nejen zájem o básně, ale dokonce potřeba poezie, a tím snad i schopnost ji vnímat, znatelně větší než…

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Nobel Lecture, December 12, 1955 Refugee Problems and Their Solutions On the tenth of December, fifty-nine years ago, Alfred Bernhard Nobel died in his villa at San Remo in Italy, sixty-three years old. The villa bore the name of “Mio Nido”, and I do not know whether he himself thus christened his house. Perhaps he…

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