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  1. Luc Ferry & Sandra Chaparro Martínez (forthcoming). Familles, Je Vous Aime. Politique Et Vie Privée Áa l'Âge de la Mondialisation. Familia y Amor: Un Alegato a Favor de la Vida Privada/. [REVIEW] Pensamiento.
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  2. Luc Ferry (2013). What is the Good Life? University of Chicago Press.
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  3. Luc Ferry (2006). Apprendre à Vivre. Plon.
    1. Traité de philosophie à l'usage des jeunes générations -- 2. La sagesse des mythes.
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  4. Luc Ferry (2006). Vaincre les Peurs: La Philosophie Comme Amour de la Sagesse. Jacob.
    " Le point de départ de ce livre est une conférence dans laquelle j'ai présenté à un large public les points essentiels de mon livre, Apprendre à vivre.
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  5. Luc Ferry (2002). Man Made God: The Meaning of Life. University of Chicago Press.
    What happens when the meaning of life based on a divine revelation no longer makes sense? Does the quest for transcendence end in the pursuit of material success and self-absorption? Luc Ferry argues that modernity and the emergence of secular humanism in Europe since the eighteenth century have not killed the search for meaning and the sacred, or even the idea of God, but rather have transformed both through a dual process: the humanization of the divine and the divinization of (...)
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  6. Luc Ferry & Alain Renaut (1997). What Must First Be Proved Is Worth Little. In Luc Ferry & Alain Renaut (eds.), Why We Are Not Nietzscheans. University of Chicago Press. 92--109.
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  7. Luc Ferry & Alain Renaut (eds.) (1997). Why We Are Not Nietzscheans. University of Chicago Press.
    "To think with Nietzsche against Nietzsche." Thus the editors describe the strategy adopted in this volume to soften the destructive effects of Nietzsche's "philosophy with a hammer" on French philosophy since the 1960s. Frustrated by the infinite inclusiveness of deconstructionism, the contributors to this volume seek to renew the Enlightenment quest for rationality. Though linked by no common dogma, these essays all argue that the "French Nietzsche" transmitted through the deconstructionists must be reexamined in light of the original context in (...)
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  8. Luc Ferry & Steven Rothnie (1994). The Three Phases of Modern Philosophy: Tasks for a Secularized Thought 1. Thesis Eleven 37 (1):1-9.
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  9. Luc Ferry (1992). The System of Philosophies of History. University of Chicago Press.
    Because contemporary political philosophy owes a significant debt to the great nineteenth-century German philosophies of history, a sound knowledge of German Idealist philosophy is crucial to an understanding of our own time. In Political Philosophy 2 , Luc Ferry provides not only a thorough introduction to German Idealism and its critics, but also an insightful look at contemporary political philosophy. Ferry begins this second volume of his ambitious three-volume Political Philosophy by considering both the structure and the potential political effects (...)
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  10. Luc Ferry (1990). Heidegger and Modernity. University of Chicago Press.
    " Heidegger and Modernity is an intervention in the Heidegger debate in France which many may see as decisive. Its central claim is that the responses of left Heideggerians to continuing disclosures regarding Heidegger's Nazi affiliations fail to come to terms with central ambiguities in his philosophical responses, both early and late, to modernity and technology. . . . Incisive and hard hitting, Luc Ferry and Alain Renault have condensed in a short and tightly organized book both a judicious and (...)
     
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  11. Luc Ferry (1988). The Distinction Between Law and Ethics in the Early Philosophy of Fichte in Fichte and Contemporary Philosophy. Philosophical Forum 19 (2-3):182-196.
     
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