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dc.contributor.authorCherniavsky, Axel
dc.date.accessioned2015-06-25T16:43:39Z
dc.date.available2015-06-25T16:43:39Z
dc.date.issued2015-06-25
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10893/8575
dc.description.abstractRésumé Si, contre la conception hégélienne de l’histoire de la philosophie comme succession de systèmes, Deleuze et Guattari proposent l’idée d’une coexistence de plans, c’est pour éviter de penser la relation entre les philosophies comme opposition, réfutation ou dépassement, pour construire un cadre à partir duquel apprécier la singularité de chaque philosophie. Alors pourquoi proclament-ils ensuite Spinoza « le Christ des philosophes » ? Et l’idée même d’une coexistence de plans, d’une coexistence des grands philosophes, des véritables créateurs de concepts, ne suppose-t-elle pas elle aussi une sélection, la constitution d’un panthéon philosophique ? La relation entre l’histoire de la philosophie hégélienne et la deleuzienne se révélera beaucoup plus complexe qu’une opposition. De fait, il est possible de repérer différents modèles historiographiques dans l’oeuvre de Deleuze, de même que dans celle de Hegel. Par conséquent, on verra osciller la place du second par rapport au premier selon l’histoire qu’on prendra comme cadre de référence. Summary Against the Hegelian conception of the history of philosophy as a succession of systems, Deleuze and Guattari suggest the idea of a coexistence of planes. That is because they are trying to avoid thinking the relation between the philosophies as an opposition, a refutation or a sublation, in order to build a frame which allows them appreciate the singularity of each philosophy. So why is it that afterwards they proclaim Spinoza “the Christ of philosophers”? Even the idea of a coexistence of planes, a coexistence of great philosophers, of true creators of concepts, does not suppose as well a selection, the constitution of a philosophic pantheon? The relation between the Hegelian and the Deleuzian history of philosophy will turn out to be much more complex than an opposition. In fact, it is possible to locate different historiographical models in Deleuze’s works, as well as in Hegel’s. Therefore, we will see the latter fluctuate in relation to the former depending on which historiographical model we take as a frame of reference.spa
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dc.subjecthistoirespa
dc.subjecttéléologiespa
dc.subjectsuccessionspa
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dc.subjecthistoryspa
dc.subjectteleologyspa
dc.subjectsuccessionspa
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dc.titleLa Philosophie A-T-Elle Un Christ ? Problemes Relatifs A L’histoire Deleuzienne De La Philosophiespa
dc.title.alternativeDoes The Philosophy Have A Christ ? Problems Related To The Deleuzian History Of Philosophyspa
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