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By Medhi Belhaj Kacem

"Mehdi Belhaj Kacem a été proche d'Alain Badiou. Il est de ceux qui connaissent le mieux, et de l'intérieur, los angeles mécanique et les ruses de son œuvre. Badiou l'a même tenu pour l'un de ses disciples les plus prometteurs. Et voilà que le disciple en est venu, par un cheminement dont il rend compte, ici, avec probité, à considérer que l'œuvre du maître contenait d'impardonnables impostures.Après Badiou est un livre joyeux et merciless. Plein d'humour et de savoir. C'est un démontage biographique (toute philosophie n'est-elle pas, selon le mot célèbre, une biographie mise en suggestions ?) non moins que métaphysique (sur los angeles query de l'Evénement, sur celle de l'Universel, sur l'énigme du Mal et de l'insistante surdité de "la" philosophie à son interpellation, Belhaj Kacem avance ses propres thèses qui s'opposent aspect sur aspect à celles de Badiou).Comment un philosophe en vient-il, de l'apologie de Pol Pot, au déni de l'existence même du problème écologique ? D'où procède son mépris de l. a. démocratie ? Pourquoi son platonisme ne peut-il, pris à los angeles lettre, que rendre sourd et aveugle au surgissement de l'événement, le vrai, tel celui qui importait, à l'heure où ce livre s'achevait, l. a. dictature en Tunisie puis dans une huge partie du monde arabe ? Telles sont quelques-unes des questions qui hantent ce livre sincère et limpide, plein de colère et de révolte — et brûlant d'une belle ardour pour l. a. vérité.De l. a. terreur en philosophie, et remark s'en libérer. los angeles première déconstruction d'un système dont on se dit, lecture faite, qu'il ne tenait peut-être que par l'intimidation qu'il diffusait."B.-H. L.

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To Taine goes the glory of having understood, better than any other, the state of his generation’s soul and mind; philosopher, aesthetician, 37. Taine, Les philosophes classiques, 303. 38. Taine, History of English Literature, 1:7. 39. Wellek, History of Modern Criticism, 56. 40. Babbitt, Masters of Modern French Criticism, 161. Cf. ” Wellek, History of Modern Criticism, 36–37. 41. Taine, History of English Literature, 1:7; Anatole France quoted in Maurras, Trois idées politiques, 257. ”42 From another wing of the Sorbonne, the philosophy professor Lucien LévyBruhl added his assessment of Renan and Taine’s intellectual impact— and Lévy-Bruhl was also an important inXuence on Febvre, who cited him often and with respect.

The aim is to reach this being; this is what you strive to reconstruct. . True history begins when the historian has discerned . . ”63 History needed to concern itself with real life, rather than with institutional abstractions. One result of these orientations was an interest in the history of women. The subject had surprising popularity among nineteenth-century writers, suªciently so that in 1844 controversy erupted between two literary eminences over priority in the Weld. In that year, both Sainte-Beuve and Victor Cousin published studies of women during the Old Regime.

Middleton, Selected Letters of Friedrich Nietzsche, 275. 4. Goncourt and Goncourt, Journal, 1:886 (on Wrst meeting), 1:897 (on Sainte-Beuve), 1:1039 (on Taine), 1:1047 (on sex), 1:1082 (on notoriety), 2:614 (on decline), 2:668 (30 November 1875; on the dinners as “tout politique”). qxd 8/3/2006 8:28 AM Page 20 20 lost worlds another frequently in the salon of the princess Mathilde, Napoleon III’s cousin, who provided a haven for liberal artists and writers and used her inXuence on their behalf when they ran into political diªculties.

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