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Camus Philosophe

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Author: Matthew Sharpe
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004302344
Size: 29.93 MB
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Category : Philosophy
Languages : en
Pages : 464
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Book Description: In Camus, Philosophe: To Return to our Beginnings Matthew Sharpe reads Camus as a philosophe in the classical and enlightenment lineages, arguing that his defense of mesure singles him out amidst 20th century French thought and makes him of renewed relevance today.


Camus

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Author: Jean Sarocchi
Publisher: Paris, Presses universitaires de Paris
ISBN:
Size: 80.86 MB
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Category :
Languages : en
Pages : 128
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Surfing And The Philosophy Of Sport

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Author: Daniel Brennan
Publisher:
ISBN: 1793640793
Size: 25.46 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Languages : en
Pages : 202
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Book Description: This book considers the unique perspective found in the sport of surfing for reconsidering questions in the philosophy of sport. Through the lens of surfing Brennan explores questions of ethics, aesthetics, gender equality, the nature of sport, Olympism, technology, and the good life.


The Ethical Pragmatism Of Albert Camus

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Author: Dean Vasil
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN:
Size: 25.69 MB
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Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 152
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Book Description: In what, since the age of its Enlightenment, the West has perceived to be an absurd universe, it has had continually to choose between two ways of life as consequences of that perception and of the movement which gave it rise: these are the way of ethics and the way of modern historicist ideology, the way of a moral imperative without God and that of the will to become God in His place. The first is illogical, but the second is irrational, -la predication de la surhumanite, - as Camus says, -aboutissant a la fabrication methodique des sous-hommes.- The way of ethics or of man as an end in himself is the way of Camus as well, and one the reflection of whose origins and raison d'etre in his own thought is the subject of the two studies in the present essay."


Journal Of Camus Studies 2013

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Author: Camus Society
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291984844
Size: 24.85 MB
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Category : Education
Languages : en
Pages : 212
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Book Description: The Journal of Camus Studies is published annually and is available in print and ebook formats. 2013 Contributors: KIMBERLY BALTZER-JARAY, ERIC B. BERG, KURT BLANKSCHAEN, PETER FRANCEV, GIOVANNI GAETANI, GEORGE HEFFERNAN, SIMON LEA, BENEDICT O'DONOHOE, RON SRIGLEY, and SYLVIA CROWHURST.


Brill S Companion To Camus

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Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004419241
Size: 75.61 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Category : Philosophy
Languages : en
Pages : 488
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Book Description: This book is the first English-language collection of essays by leading Camus scholars around the world to focus on Albert Camus’ place and status as a philosopher amongst philosophers, engaging with leading Western thinkers, and considering themes of enduring interest.


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Author: Евгений Петрович Кушкин
Publisher:
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Size: 43.82 MB
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Category : Authors, French
Languages : ru
Pages : 181
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Author: Vladimir Ivanovich Salov
Publisher:
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Size: 34.38 MB
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Category : Historiography
Languages : ru
Pages : 251
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Camus

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Author: Patrick McCarthy
Publisher: Hamish Hamilton
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Size: 62.80 MB
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Category : Authors, Algerian
Languages : en
Pages : 359
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The Development Of Albert Camus S Concern For Social And Political Justice

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Author: Mark Orme
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838641101
Size: 61.39 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 350
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Book Description: Chronological in character, the book seeks to evaluate the evolution of Camus's lifelong preoccupation with sociopolitical justice, as expressed in a range of nonfictional genres (essays, journalism, articles, speeches, notebooks, and personal correspondence), where the writer's own concerns come directly to the fore.".


Camus Imperial Vision

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Author: Anthony Rizzuto
Publisher:
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Size: 55.17 MB
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Category : Philosophy
Languages : en
Pages : 148
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Book Description: Although the young Camus celebrated his godlike difference, Anthony Rizzuto reveals here that this leading existentialist gradually embraced the community of man. In the early Camus (La Morte heureuse, Caligula, L’Etranger), Rizzuto identifies an imperial vision that requires utter detach­ment. It presumes the “ability to be reborn . . . purely out of one’s will.” Body and mind must be separated, memory stifled. In Le Mythe de Sisyphe the Camus hero evolves from a detached intellectual to a man of action. Camus urges commitment, ar­gues against suicide. Yet the imperial vision persists; the pro­tagonist is an actor-hero who creates himself, who shows him­self not as he is but as he would be. The plague, a mad moral equivalent to the Nazi invasion, forms human ties in La Peste. Camus preaches solidarity, shifts focus from the self to the group. Dr. Rieux, the protagonist, reflects Camus’ new sense of commitment: he is not an elitist actor-hero but a man among equals. With L’Homme révolté, Camus affirms human nature and, for the first time, acknowl­edges the past: “The suppression of the past, whether historical or psychological, engenders not an emancipated future but a bloody fiction… Every modern revolution has… contrib­uted to the further enslavement of man.” Camus’ last novel, La Chute, satirizes both Sartre and his own earlier work. Here Camus attacks the concept of monologue, calling instead for dialogue—a democratic exchange of ideas. He also recants his ridicule of the Socratic dictum, “Know thy­self.” And reversing his earlier position, Camus concludes that the “division of sensation and intellect spawns cultural barba­rism.” No longer an aloof god, Camus has become a man.