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Cahiers Sens public

Since 2008, this journal has been actively involved in debates with the public as concerns the renewal of editorial models. It welcomes original texts and publishes thematic issues based on contemporary subjects.


Philosophie, Politique, Histoire

This journal examines major changes in modern-day societies from a philosophical viewpoint. It is attentive to current intellectual debates, as well as cultural and editorial news.

Le Débat

Le Débat’s aim is to bring together, through discussion, the contributions of the humanities and social sciences with a thoroughgoing reflection on current affairs and cultural developments.


Founded by Emmanuel Mounier in 1932, this journal orients its readers in contemporary debates and investigates our democratic form of life. A people’s university, it drives a collective of authors to make sense of our global modernity. The journal is independent, cosmopolitan and committed to justice.


Revue de culture contemporaine

Based on traditional Jesuit thought, the journal promotes reflection on contemporary world issues from a humanist perspective. It features articles from the following fields: international issues, society (politics, ethics, ecology, science, and technology), philosophical essays, religion, art, and literature.


Transmettre pour innover

The aim of mediology is to understand the transfer of a piece of information over time, how a break in our methods of transmission and transportation causes a change in mentalities and behaviors.


des idées et des luttes

The aim of Mouvements is to become a counter-hegemonic space for social, cultural, and political debate for a discerning and critical left.


This transnational French journal relates to politics, art, and philosophy. At the intersect between social activism, policy, and theory, Multitudes analyses new forms of mobilization in the age of cognitive capitalism, focusing on digital cultures, intellectual property, guaranteed income, changes in working conditions, the ethics of care, political ecology, postcolonial theory, cities, and media activism. Artistic contributions round off the work by researchers.

Revue de la BNF

This journal showcases the encyclopedic collections of the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BNF) and the variety of approaches they elicit.

Revue du MAUSS

Mouvement anti-utilitariste dans les sciences sociales

This journal is dedicated to MAUSS [Anti-Utilitarian Movement in the Social Sciences]. MAUSS wagers on the possibility of renewing and extending the main innovation of The Gift by Marcel Mauss in the context of “the gift-paradigm,” and using it as a basis for a general social theory.

Revue Projet

Éclairer l’avenir

Created in 1907 by the Jesuits, Revue Projet is an accessible and rigorous forum for debate between scholars, community activists, and those seeking meaning in life. It addresses the concerns of the most vulnerable, the planet, the vitality of the democratic system, and economic and social stability.

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