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Résumé La question posée par Heidegger : « Comment Dieu entre-t-il dans la philosophie? » offre un cadre pour dégager quelques lignes directrices de la pensée de Josef Pieper. On tente ici de reconduire la philosophie à son étonnement initial, où se discernent une exigence de « ne rien négliger » et une approbation du monde.Heidegger’s question : “How does God enter philosophy?”, offers a frame for drawing some of the main lines of Josef Pieper’s thought. We try here to lead philosophy back to its initial wonder, where may be discerned both a requirement to “neglect nothing” and an approval of the world.
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