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Advertising & Society Review     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 14)
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English Literature in Transition 1880-1920     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 6, SJR: 0.131, h-index: 5)
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  • Roland Barthes: « To Write, an Intransitive Verb' »
    • Abstract: Les textes réunis ici sont issus d'une conférence organisée en avril 2016 à Johns Hopkins pour marquer un double anniversaire : le 50ème anniversaire de la conférence organisée du 18 au 21 octobre 1966, à Johns Hopkins, par Richard Macksey et Eugenio Donato, intitulée « The Languages of Criticism and the Sciences of Man1 », et le centenaire, prolongé d'un an il est vrai, de la naissance de Roland Barthes, qui a donné lieu à de très nombreuses rencontres et publications dans le monde entier.Roland Barthes avait présenté lors de la conférence de 1966, en anglais, son texte, devenu de référence : « To Write : an Intransitive Verb' »2. Barthes publia l'année suivante, en anglais également, dans Aspen Magazine, le texte ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Reader in a Box : Roland Barthes et la crise de l'auteur
    • Abstract: « La mort de l'auteur » est un article connu du public comme ayant été publié pour la première fois dans la revue Mateia numéro 5, en 1968. Il est cité dans des contextes différents appartenant aux arts visuels, à la musique et, bien sûr, à la littérature. Dans l'espace franco-américain l'article est le plus souvent compris – justifié même, – comme une conséquence directe des événements de mai 1968 et de la crise d'autorité qu'ils ont produite1. Pourtant, l'article paraît pour la première fois en 1967, en traduction anglaise (traduit par Richard Howard), dans la revue américaine Aspen, numéros 5+6.Nous proposons d'analyser le contexte de la publication de cet article, en faisant référence aux particularités d'Aspen ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • « Par » : Barthes et Hugo par eux-mêmes
    • Abstract: Dans « La mort de l'auteur » (publié en traduction anglaise en 1967 et en français en 1968), l'auteur, Roland Barthes, minimise le nom de l'auteur. Les mots comme « auteur », « scripteur », « écrivain », « écriture », et « texte » étaient alors l'objet d'une intense polémique critique et théorique. Mais « La mort de l'auteur » est également une problématisation de la préposition paratextuelle « par ».Dans son article, Barthes associe la figure ancienne, l'Auteur avec un « A » majuscule, la figure à laquelle il faut résister et qu'il faudrait désacraliser, avec Dieu, de plusieurs manières. Il va jusqu'à créer un nom propre composé de ces deux noms rendus propres grâce aux lettres majuscules et liés avec un trait ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Désir de lire, désir de traduire
    • Abstract: Au commencement de son essai « Le plaisir du texte » publié en 1973, Roland Barthes relie le plaisir du lecteur au mythe biblique de Babel, lequel relate le mélange des langues par Dieu. Barthes évoque ce mythe de Babel afin de le retourner. Mais pourquoi un tel renversement du mythe était-il nécessaire'Selon Barthes, pour renverser ce mythe biblique, il ne faut plus interpréter Babel en tant que punition. Il suggère que Babel soit plutôt un don, don qui ne serait pas celui d'une seule langue, mais celui d'une pluralité de langues. Il écrit : « …le vieux mythe biblique se retourne, la confusion des langues n'est plus une punition, le sujet accède à la jouissance par la cohabitation des langages, qui travaillent ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Doxa/paradoxa: Roland Barthes et l'engagement hors-scène
    • Abstract: Dans « La mythologie aujourd'hui », texte écrit en 1971, Barthes revient sur l'entreprise de lecture qu'il a entamée à la fin des années 1950, en proposant une mise au point du travail du mythologue. Après la publication de Mythologies, il a été forcé de constater le développement d'une doxa qui a transformé en discours mythique la dénonciation elle-même. L'activité consistant à « rectifier » un mythe contemporain a perdu son pouvoir de contestation car elle a été récupérée par la société « bourgeoise », dont il parle par ailleurs comme d'une société anonyme, comme l'expression d'une classe sociale « qui ne veut pas être nommée1 ». L'esprit militant du mythologue se jetant dans le monde pour dévoiler la fausse ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Roland Barthes: le parti pris du sens
    • Abstract: Mon Roland Barthes n'est pas l'homme d'un roman toujours en préparation à quoi l'époque a tendance à le réduire. Mon Roland Barthes, celui qui me manque cruellement, c'est une voix qui faisait de l'intelligence un exercice heureux de radicalité critique.« On est essayiste parce qu'on est cérébral », confessait Roland Barthes dans un de ses entretiens. C'est sans doute à cette « cérébralité » qu'il doit, pour notre plus grand plaisir, d'avoir pu non poétiser1, mais, ce qui procède d'une toute autre démarche, intellectualiser le réel. Ce fut là sa plus grande constante.« Ce qui m'a passionné toute ma vie, c'est la façon dont les hommes se rendent leur monde intelligible. C'est, si vous voulez, l'aventure de ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • L'écriture comme un faire
    • Abstract: L'intérêt de Barthes pour l'écriture est constant à travers ses écrits. Cette attention prend cependant des inflexions différentes du Degré zéro à la Préparation du roman. Dans « Variations sur l'écriture », texte rédigé en 1973 pour une encyclopédie italienne et resté inédit jusqu'à la publication des œuvres complètes par Éric Marty, Barthes définit son trajet:Le premier objet que j'ai rencontré dans mon travail passé a été l'écriture ; mais j'entendais alors ce mot dans un sens métaphorique : c'était pour moi une variété du style littéraire, sa version en quelque sorte collective, l'ensemble des traits langagiers à travers lesquels un écrivain assume la responsabilité historique de sa forme et se rattache par ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Barthes's Death Sentences and the End of Literature
    • Abstract: To talk about Barthes the man, one must examine his relationship to both reading and writing and how they relate to his love of literature and the maternal. In Barthes's work the professor of desire's life becomes the modus operandi of theoretical speculations. This so-called professionalization that was not one became invested, as Lauren Berlant has suggested, in a different context, with "anxieties and seeds for mirroring what one normally associated with the restrictions of privacy and domestic intimacy."Tell me what you read and I will tell you who you are, as Colette once declared, becomes for Barthes a dictum allowing him to be seduced into the erogenous zone called the text. Barthes required transgressive ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Temps et contretemps : Barthes, l'Histoire, le Temps
    • Abstract: Distinguer plusieurs « phases » d'un temps, d'une œuvre permet d'entrer dans « le jeu de la communication intellectuelle : on se fait intelligible », écrit Barthes dans Roland Barthes par Roland Barthes1. J'userai à mon tour, de cette commodité, non pour découper et figer, mais pour mieux saisir les passages, les inflexions, mais aussi les résurgences ou les permanences, bref, ce mouvement qu'il a lui-même nommé le « contretemps2 ». Mon propos se limitera à interroger ses manières d'envisager l'Histoire et à suivre les modalités de son rapport au temps, en me tenant dans les bornes de ce qu'il a désigné comme étant son « lieu » et son « milieu » : à savoir le langage3. Puisqu'il est « quelqu'un en qui s'est ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Barthes hier et aujourd'hui : la critique comme échappée
    • Abstract: Il est possible de partir de notre présent pour poser le constat de la critique comme échappée, en prenant acte des nombreuses manifestations qui ont eu lieu autour du Centenaire de Roland Barthes en France et dans le monde. La première observation est que la reprise critique de Barthes apparaît encore à beaucoup, et peut-être plus que jamais, comme un geste nécessaire et que celui-ci fait figure, dans beaucoup de démarches, d'accompagnant majeur.Qu'accompagne-t-il, et comment' Ces questions vont guider ma réflexion et elles vont me permettre de reprendre à mon tour les traits notables d'une pratique critique qui s'exerce dans l'écart, en particulier l'écart de l'écriture, et dont le formalisme ne fait pas système ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Introduction: The Past and Present of Climate Theories
    • Abstract: This article is part of "Climates Past and Present: Perspectives from Early Modern France," a special thematic grouping in the September 2017 issue.This special issue has evolved out of two separate events: a session on early modern climate theories at the 62nd meeting of the Renaissance Society of America in Boston (March 31–April 2, 2016), sponsored by the Fédération Internationale des Sociétés et Instituts pour l'Étude de la Renaissance; and a symposium entitled "Climates Past and Present: Perspectives from the Humanities," organized at Johns Hopkins University on March 3, 2017, with generous support from the Charles Singleton Center for the Study of Pre-Modern Europe, the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Théorie des climats et cosmopolitisme dans la Sagesse de Pierre
           Charron
    • Abstract: Les théories anciennes de l'influence du climat sur les peuples ainsi que les philosophies cosmopolites antiques ont été, à la Renaissance, reprises dans de nombreux textes et adaptées au nouveau contexte géographique issu des Grandes découvertes1. Tandis que les théories des climats postulent une correspondance entre les régions et les caractères physiques et moraux de leurs habitants, le cosmopolitisme suppose soit la négation des différences dans un monde considéré comme un ensemble unifié, soit la capacité, pour l'individu se disant citoyen du monde, de le parcourir en se sentant partout chez lui, sans être influencé par son climat d'origine ni ressentir les effets du changement de lieu2. Ces deux pensées, que ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Jesuit Who Wanted to Control the Climate: Père Castel and the
           Religious Roots of the Anthropocene
    • Abstract: In 1722, a Jesuit natural philosopher by the name of Louis-Bertrand Castel (1688–1757) made a series of bold assertions about the action of man on nature. Offered in response to the query of an unnamed correspondent, these assertions found their way into the Jesuit-run Journal de Trévoux in an open letter Castel hoped would stir controversy. With characteristic ease, he ventured to claim that human industry occasions:all variety of mixed bodies, plants, animals, minerals; all kinds of meteors, fogs, winds, clouds, rains, snows, hails, flashes, thunders, lightnings; and […] all the various main arrangements and diverse mechanisms of the earth, both internal and external: mountains, plains, seas and continents ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Climate of the philosophes during the Enlightenment
    • Abstract: To Martin RueffThe so-called "theory of climates" presents a problem for the historical grammar of intellectual history, as the object it constitutes and its mode of existence remain problematic. There are indeed several modes of existence for the theory of climates, according to the various historical and theoretical configurations of its object. And those historical configurations appear inseparable from a theory of the object itself—both aspects being delicate and indeed controversial matters. The question that we raise here may therefore legitimately be invoked to solve a problem that is as much grammatical as it is historical. The theory of the object has to do with grammar, and the mode of existence of the ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Afterword
    • Abstract: If we are asked to reimagine humans as a geological force with trails of CO2 in their wake, readers of Shakespeare are as well prepared as anthropologists or geochemists.The three articles gathered together here, which focus primarily on writers from early modern France, cut to the heart of contemporary critical debates about how we live with ourselves, the rest of humanity, and Planet Earth in the Anthropocene. One force of this particular incision of the past into the present is that the early modern authors are encouraged to employ their own terms, avoiding what Sara Miglietti calls in her introduction the "deforming lens of contemporary categories."2 As such, this concise cluster of studies provides some ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Transparent Veil: The Secret as Tragic Spectacle in Marguerite de
           Navarre's Heptameron (1559)
    • Abstract: In Marguerite de Navarre's Heptameron (1559), clandestine love affairs involving secrecy and dissimulation are an obsession. Numerous examples abound in the novellas told by the intimate gathering of nobles at Nôtre Dame de Sarrance that pivot around stories of monks who hide their lascivious nature under a veil of devotion, women and men who maintain adulterous love affairs through the use and misuse of secrecy, and criminal undertakings that require secrecy in order to come to fruition. The seventieth novella of the Heptameron is exemplary of the ways in which secrecy manifests itself as an integral part of the textual fabric. The novella's densely layered narrative uses the trope of secrecy to amplify the drama ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Olivier Rolin's Le Météorologue: Vicarious Witnessing and the
           Gulag
    • Abstract: Instinctually drawn to the vast expanses of the East by what he calls a "tropisme russe," Olivier Rolin has made more than twenty trips to Russia over the course of his career as a writer.1 His recent work, Le Météorologue (2014), which is based on research he conducted in the former Soviet Union, tells the story of Alexeï Féodossiévitch Vangengheim, Stalin's chief meteorologist who was falsely accused of espionage and sabotage in 1934. Over the course of his narrative, which delves into Vangengheim's obliteration by Stalin's regime (murder seems too weak a term), Rolin meditates upon the crimes of the USSR, especially those committed before and during the Great Terror of 1937–38. For Rolin, those abuses have been ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Randomness and Narrativity: A Cognitive Reassessment of Fortune and
           Nonsense in Montaigne's Essais
    • Abstract: Vitam regit fortuna, non sapieta.Fortune governs life, not wisdom.1When Montaigne visited Rome in 1580 he presented the first two books of the Essais to Roman censors for their seal of approval. Surprisingly, the censors' first and chief misgiving upon the second review of the Essais, the only misgiving that Montaigne actually mentions, and mentions twice in his Journal de voyage, pertained to the pervasiveness of the notion of fortune in the Essais (Journal de voyage 119 and 131).2 To the censors' mind, apparently, Montaigne's repeated ascription of fortune to inferential causality was the most threatening challenge to the metaphysical edifice upon which Catholic dogma stood, and not, as one would have expected ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Rites of Holy Terror: Sadean Governmentality in France's Les Dieux ont
           soif
    • Abstract: Les Dieux ont soif is not, by the lights of modernism, a difficult text. On the contrary, it divulges its meaning with an all-too-eager readiness. History, meanwhile, has pared away its complexities, delivering to our retrospective gaze not a text so much as an emphatic laundry list of themes. France's contemporaries may have struggled to place this roman à thèse, antithetical, in its manifest pessimism, to its author's militant engagements; but for us it no longer poses any such difficulty, especially if we subscribe to the New York Times. From Edmund Burke to Michael Oakeshott, Roger Scruton to … David Brooks, conservative thought has deployed the Revolution as a foil, taxing with Terreur any and all attempts at ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Pierre Corneille and Military Drama: Power, Potlatch, mérite
    • Abstract: In his Observations sur Le Cid (1637), Georges de Scudéry directed scathing critiques toward what he saw to be Corneille's implausible treatment of military subjects. Scudéry ridiculed Corneille's characterization of the noble grand capitaine incarnated by Don Gomès, calling him a "Matamore," "capitan ridicule," "fanfaron," and "capitaine Fracasse" as opposed to a martial "honnête homme" (85). Scudéry pinpointed Corneille's misuse of the terms "brigade," "bataille," and "equipage" to illustrate the playwright's unfamiliarity with the martial lexicon and jeered that Le Cid's military protagonists had a most unsavory and discrediting habit: "parler de la guerre en bon bourgeois qui va à la garde" (102). Through these ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Art of Survival: France and the Great War Picaresque by Libby Murphy
           (review)
    • Abstract: Many accounts of life in the trenches during World War I written by French combatants share a certain air de famille, which is due not only to the similar conditions and objective situations they narrate, but also to the type of humanity these texts describe. Libby Murphy' The Art of Survival: France and the Great War Picaresque proposes to read the common traits shared by numerous World War I fictional books, and in general by cultural artifacts from this period, through the notion of the picaresque. In her book, Murphy approaches the picaresque not as a historically bound genre in which modern writers would inscribe their work, but rather as an "ethos," or as a "way of life" that she describes in the following ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Fashioning Spaces: Mode and Modernity in Late-Nineteenth-Century Paris by
           Heidi Brevik-Zender (review)
    • Abstract: Glorified as one of today's foremost fashion capitals, Paris of the late nineteenth century offered an abundance of spaces where one could marvel at fashionable attire donned by ladies and dandies alike. Fashioning Spaces (University of Toronto Press, 2015) examines what author Heidi Brevik-Zender refers to as the "spatial turn" (5) in representations of Paris during the Third Republic. More precisely, the book addresses the depiction of spaces related to fashion in literary works between roughly 1870 and 1900. Brevik-Zender focuses on what she terms "dislocations," which are "[…] spaces of disruption in which challenges to traditional relationships of power--primarily those of class and gender--provocatively ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Théorèmes de la nature by Jean-Patrice Courtois (review)
    • Abstract: The result of a dialogue between the language on nature and the langage poème of Jean-Patrice Courtois, Théorèmes de la nature presents an original and compelling reflection on our understanding of the natural world and the place humanity occupies in it. In a twenty-first century that has begun with all the signs of a generalized epistemological instability, Courtois's work is a new starting point for a renovation of our thinking about and within the natural world. These last twenty years have proved to be extremely paradoxical, as it is difficult to find an epoch in global history in which scientific and empirical discourses have pervaded and inflected our comprehension of reality and nature and our relation to ... Read More
      Keywords: Barthes, Roland; Structuralism; Hugo, Victor,; Ethics; Castel, Louis-Bertrand,; Climatic changes; Jesuits; Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat,; Voltaire,; Climate; Soviet Union; Montaigne, Michel de,; France; World War, 1914-1918; French literature
      PubDate: 2018-01-09T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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