Philosophie

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    L’ appel de Wheeler et Thompson : refonder l’utilitarisme par l’égalité entre les hommes et les femmes?Benjamin Bourcier - 2024 - Philosophie 161 (2):50-71.
    In “Wheeler and Thompson’s Appeal: refounding utilitarianism through equality between men and women?”, Benjamin Bourcier studies this Appeal in which, in response to James Mill’s article On Government, Anna Wheeler and William Thompson offer a radical critique of utilitarian thought, but also of Mill’s political exclusion of women and legitimization of patriarchy. In contrast to Mill, they defend the political inclusion and equality of women, in order to meet the aspirations of a society of equals and the greatest happiness for (...)
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    Spinoza entre les nuages.Stéphane Ferret - 2024 - Philosophie 161 (2):27-49.
    In “Spinoza between the clouds. Philosophy of identity in Spinoza’s Ethics”, Stéphane Ferret offers a so-called integrative interpretation of the philosopher’s thought that can be summed up in a lapidary formula: Spinoza’s philosophy is a philosophy of identity. To give substance to and articulate this assertion, three statements of identity are proposed: God = World, Thought = Extent, Spirit = Body. With the exception of the first, they are often ignored and, even when glimpsed through the clouds of contradictory interpretations, (...)
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    La philosophie transcendantale de Leibniz (I).Aron Gurwitsch & Thomas Piel - 2024 - Philosophie 161 (2):4-26.
    The eighth and final chapter of Aron Gurwitsch’s major book, Leibniz. Philosophy of Panlogism, a translation of which is presented here, lays the foundations for Gurwitsch’s phenomenological reading of Leibnizian thought as a whole, understood and interpreted as a transcendental philosophy : as an objective correlate of the divine thought that sustains its systematic unity and original coherence, the world is itself thoroughly understood as the realization and “incorporation” of logic, in a broader sense. Examining the ontological status of relations, (...)
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    S pinoza, Œuvres complètes, édité par Bernard Pautrat, introduction de B. Pautrat, traductions de B. Pautrat (Éthique, Traité de l’amendement de l’intellect, Traité politique et Correspondance), D. Kambouchner et F. de Buzon (Principes de la philosophie de Descartes et Pensées métaphysiques), D. Arbib (Traité théologico-politique), C. Secrétan (Court traité), P. Nahon (Précis de grammaire de la langue hébraïque), Paris, Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), 2023, 1874 p. [REVIEW]Céline Hervet - 2024 - Philosophie 161 (2):94-96.
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    Un féminisme sans sujet : Mill, Taylor et l’émancipation des femmes.Ludmilla Lorrain - 2024 - Philosophie 161 (2):72-93.
    Mill’s feminism has been the object of many discussions, from the publication of The Subjection of women onward, especially among feminist theory. In this article, my aim is to join the critical assessment of Mill’s feminism by considering it in regard of Harriet Taylor’s own feminist creeds. To do so, I’ll first highlight the importance of women’s emancipation in Mill’s work, as well as the boldness of his defense of women’s equality. Then, I’ll endeavor to show that despite his genuine (...)
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    Présentation.Thomas Piel - 2024 - Philosophie 161 (2):3-3.
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    Séminaire d’été 1932 sur L’Origine du drame baroque allemand de Walter Benjamin. Comptes rendus.Theodor W. Adorno, Jean Tain & David Kretz - 2024 - Philosophie 160 (1):12-34.
    The minutes of Adorno’s aesthetics seminar, held during the summer term of 1932 at the university of Frankfurt, are a rare trace of the early philosophical reception of Walter Benjamin’s opus magnum, The Origin of German Tragic Drama (1928). Showcasing his critical spirit and pedagogy, Adorno and his students attempt a clarification, as well as a problematization, of this dense and difficult text, touching on such problems as the historicity of ideas or the concept of a ‘constellation’. This document is (...)
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    Camille R iquier, Métamorphose de Descartes. Le secret de Sartre, Paris, Gallimard, 2022, 330 p.Philippe Cabestan - 2024 - Philosophie 160 (1):95-96.
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    La vérité a-t-elle un auteur?Stéphane Chauvier - 2024 - Philosophie 160 (1):61-78.
    Can we trade in the truths we discover? We show that any public work of truth requires the assistance of three collaborators that we call the Inscriber, the Thinker and the Truthmaker. We then show that if the Inscriber can legitimately trade in his inscriptions, the Thinker should not be authorized to trade in those of his thoughts which are true: because he is not the author of their truth.
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  10. La théorie kantienne de la signification : signification théorétique – signification pratique.Veronica Cibotaru - 2024 - Philosophie 160 (1):79-94.
    This article aims to reconstruct the essential lines of Kant’s theory of meaning as it appears in critical Kantian philosophy. More particularly, an originality of the Kantian theory of meaning is highlighted, namely the distinction that this theory introduces between two modalities of meaning, namely a theoretical modality and a practical, that is to say a moral modality.
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    Structure et Histoire de la Philosophie.Alexandre Kojève - 2024 - Philosophie 160 (1):44-60.
    This text is the transcription, by Jamila Mascat and Sabina Tortorella, of an unpublished manuscript written by Alexandre Kojève in 1965, on the occasion of a conference held as part of the Theological Seminar of the Society of Jesus in Chantilly. In it, Kojève proposes a reformulation of some of his theses from the Introduction à la lecture de Hegel, taken up again in the Essai d’une histoire raisonnée de la philosophie païenne: on the one hand, he identifies the fundamental (...)
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  12. Présentation.Jamila M. H. Mascat & Sabina Tortorella - 2024 - Philosophie 160 (1):35-43.
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  13. Présentation.Jean Tain - 2024 - Philosophie 1:3-11.
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