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Revue bleue politique et littéraire
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Year: 1896
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La Revue politique et littéraire, revue bleue
Revue bleue
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Year: 1890
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Revue politique et littéraire; revue des cours littéraires
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Year: 1899
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Revue politique et littéraire
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Year: 1889
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Revue politique et littéraire
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Revue Bleue, Vol. 12
Author: Henry Ferrari
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ISBN: 1396411097
Pages: 876
Year: 2018-09-25
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The Mobilization of Intellect
Author: Martha Hanna
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674577558
Pages: 292
Year: 1996
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France went to war in 1914 not only in the trenches but also in the mind. When President Poincare called upon the intellectual elite to contribute to the war effort with "their pens and their words", the union sacree of scholars and writers - including Henri Bergson, Pierre Duhem, Ernest Lavisse, and Emile Durkheim - united French intellect against German Kultur. Yet, as Martha Hanna points out, there were ambiguities and insecurities in such fields as Kantian ideas, classicism, and science. Devoted to the defense of France and united in condemning the German onslaught, the French intelligentsia was nonetheless riven by the same fundamental divisions that had characterized it before the war. The Republican Left remained intent upon the preservation of the Third Republic and its principles; the Catholic and nationalistic Right sought to defend a more traditional France that respected hierarchy, classicism, and religious authority. The fragility of the facade of unity was particularly evident in the wartime controversy over Kant. The Left, finding his theory of moral obligation and individual autonomy compatible with its political culture, argued in his defense that German nationalism and militarism began after Kant, with Fichte, or Hegel, while the Right denounced the German philosopher as the evil inspiration of France's liberal democracy and public school system. The heated rhetoric of the war and the unbearable loss of young lives, says Hanna, lent weight to a redefinition of French culture in national terms - and this, ironically, ended in the cultural conservatism of Vichy France.
Montesquieu and the Philosophy of Natural Law
Author: Mark H. Waddicor
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401032386
Pages: 228
Year: 2012-12-06
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In the last hundred years, the philosophy of natural law has suffered a fate that could hardly have been envisaged by the seventeenth and eighteenth century exponents of its universality and eternity: it has become old-fashioned. The positivists and the Marxists were happy to throw eternal moral ity out of the window, confident that some magic temporal harmony would eventually follow Progress in by the front door. Their hopes may not have been fully realized, but they did succeed in discrediting natural law. What is often not appreciated is the extent to which we have adopted the tenets of the philosophy they despised, borh in the field of politics, and in the field of personal and social ethics, which Barbeyrac called "la science des mreurs" and which the positivists re christened "social science". Consequently, though we live in a world whose freedom, such as it is, is largely a result of the popularization of the philosophy of natural law, and whose conscious and unconscious standards, such as they are, are a result of that philosophy as it became combined with Christianity, the doctrine of natural law is itself for gotten. In view of the oblivion into which it has fallen, natural law is a concept which means little to the average reader. All too often, Montesquieu scholars have traded on this oblivion in order to give an exaggerated picture of his originality.
Manuel de Bibliographie Litteraire Pour Les Xvie, Xviie Et Xviiie Siecles Francais
Author: Jeanne Giraud
Publisher: Vrin
ISBN: 2711603024
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De la grammaire comparée à la sémantique
Author: Michel Bréal, Piet Desmet, Pierre Swiggers
Publisher: Peeters Publishers
ISBN: 9068317318
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Year: 1995-01-01
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Katherine Mansfield
Author: Gerri Kimber
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 3039113925
Pages: 290
Year: 2008
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This book assesses the reason why Katherine Mansfield’s reputation in France has always been greater than in England. It examines the ways in which the French reception of Mansfield has idealised her persona to the extent of crafting a hagiography. Mansfield is placed within the general literary context of her era, exploring French literary tendencies at the time and juxtaposing them with the main literary trends in England. The author determines the motives behind the French critics’ desire to put Mansfield on a pedestal, discusses how the three years she spent on French soil influenced her writing and whether the translations of her work collude in the myth surrounding her personality. This book is the first sustained attempt to establish interconnections between her own French influences (literary and otherwise) and the myth-making of the French critics and translators. The book also follows the critical appraisal of Mansfield’s life and work in France from her death up to the present day, by closely analysing the differing French critical responses. The author reveals how these various strands combine to create a legend which has little basis in fact, thereby demonstrating how reception and translation determine the importance of an author’s reputation in the literary world.
La Revue philosophique, littéraire et politique
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La Décade philosophique, littéraire et politique
Selected List of French Books
Author: J. Charlemagne Bracq
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5874482490
Pages: 35
Year: 1908
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American Library Association Publishing Board Foreign Book List No. 3 Selected List of French Books
Marcel Proust
Author: Leighton Hodson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113472411X
Pages: 440
Year: 2003-09-02
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This set comprises 40 volumes covering 19th and 20th century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes. This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.
Classical Approaches to the Study of Religion
Author: Jean Jacques Waardenburg
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9027979715
Pages: 340
Year: 1973
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