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La dialectique de l'intellect et de la volonté : enjeux théologiques d'un débat philosophique

Abstract : The dialectic between intellect and will that one can begin from the debate between Aristotle and Zeno of Elee decides on epoch-making effects of sense and views. On this aristotelian background, we read this dialectic crosswise in the course of three debates : 1) the debate between Thomas d'Aquin, Duns Scot and William of Ockham reverses the primacy of intellect for the one of will and affects god's image. Luther figures what happens. 2) the debate between Descartes, Kant and Hegel ends by crushing intellect and will the one into the other and signs the philosophical death of god. It arouses a discommand. Nietzsche figures what fragments itself. 3) the debate between Heidegger and Lacan decentres intellect and will and states a space of the sacred where figures and G/god/s can or can not come. Finally sense gives itself between original and somewhere else. Views and figures have still a future
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Jean-Marie Hartmann. La dialectique de l'intellect et de la volonté : enjeux théologiques d'un débat philosophique. Philosophie. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1994. Français. ⟨NNT : 1994METZ014L⟩. ⟨tel-01776028⟩



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