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En épigraphe aux notes pour servir à l’histoire de l’I.S. de 1969 à 1971, parues en 1972 dans los angeles Véritable Scission, man Debord plaçait deux citations ; l’une tirée de l’idéologie allemande : «Les individus sont tels qu’ils manifestent leur vie. Ce qu’ils sont coïncide donc avec leur construction, aussi bien par ce qu’ils produisent que par l. a. manière dont ils le produi-sent» ; l’autre, des mémoires du cardinal de Retz : «L’on a plus de peine, dans les partis, à vivre avec ceux qui en sont qu’à agir contre ceux qui y sont opposés.»

C’est sur los angeles base de telles réalités qu’un débat d’orientation, au sein même de l’I.S., fut engagé au début de 1970 pour provoquer une «véritable scission» dans l’I.S. Mais aussi, et à plus area of expertise raison, «dans le vaste et informe mouvement de contestation» empreint d’idéologie et, par là même, sujet à toutes les récupérations ou manipulations possibles. L’Italie, en most desirable lieu, connaîtra dès cette époque bombes et autres formes éprouvées du terrorisme d’Etat.

Ce quantity four de l. a. Correspondance de man Debord témoigne de tout cela et, de manière tout aussi exemplaire, de l’emploi «fait du temps» qui, de l’aveu même de l’auteur, «composait un ensemble qui ressemblait aux plus heureux désordres» de sa jeunesse.

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52 The Frankish kingdoms under the Carolingians thus represent a unique blend of linguistic factors in which the status of Latin as the primary means of communication in writing was maintained. Latin, therefore, was in no sense a second or foreign language in the western regions of the Frankish kingdoms in the Carolingian period. It continued to be understood. The extant texts represent the high, formal level of the current language of the people. In the eastern regions of the Frankish kingdoms, where Germanic regional dialects were the native speech, we are faced with a more complex set of linguistic relationships, in which Latin was a different language, but one that had long been accepted as the language of law and religion and of written texts.

9 He substantiated his opinion with a succinct summary of the types of document to be identified in the material extant, and therefore the 6 7 8 9 F. L. Ganshof, 'Charlemagne et l'usage de 1'ecrit en matiere administrative', MA 57 (1951), 1-25, Eng. trans. J. Sondheimer, in F. L. Ganshof, The Carolingians and the Frankish Monarchy (London, 1971), pp. 125-42. Dumas, 'La Parole et l'ecriture dans les capitulaires carolingiens', in Melanges d'histoire du moyen age dedies a la memoire de Louis Halphen (Paris, 1951), pp.

Ganshof, moreover, pointed out that the Lex Ribuaria's provision for a cancellarius was a possible reference to a scribe attached to a local count's court and responsible for the redaction of charters. 8 Yet he was cautious in expanding this reference to suggest that documents were part of an administrative routine conducted in writing in Austrasia as early as the seventh century. He identified an increase in the use of the written word for administrative purposes under Pippin III, while asserting that under Charlemagne the 'abundance of documentation [was] novel and revealing'.

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