Paul Ghils

Doctor in Philosophy, professor emeritus of the Free university of Brussels, He taught language sciences and international relations in Algeria, Gabon, Mexico, Iran and Belgium. From 1985 to 2005, he edited Transnational Associations, the journal of the Union of International Associations (UIA), which also publishes the Yearbook of International Relations), and created the cosmopolitical journal Cosmopolis in 2007. He has published numerous studies at the intersection of philosophy, language science and political science. and the and now edits a terminology and conceptual database on various subfields of international relations, hosted by the European Observatory for Plurilingualism (EOP).

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Presentation Fabio La Rocca discusses the components of the postmodern city in the framework of a socio-anthropological ‘climatology with a view to explaining the social architectonic of contemporary urban worlds through the expressive forms used by individuals to participate in the collective effervescence of urban environments. Luciana Alvarez examines political conflict and life in the …

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Presentation In an important interdisciplinary study, John P. Abraham and a team of American and Australian climate scientists find evidence that the science of global warming sceptics, otherwise described as revisionists, is less robust than the mainstream scientific community, which supports the central tenets of anthropogenic climate change. Contrary to major contrarian views and corresponding …

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