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The Mondaine metaphor. Kerenveyer and the Breton Literature.
national audience in the 18th century, Kerenveyer’s work appears to be a complex product of the literary history of Breton, confluent of various influences, religious and libertines, classic and Breton.
The body argues libertin in a few comic stories of the 17th century
under the leadership of Mary-Nelly Fouligny and Marie Roig Miranda. The libertines’ intentions of the 17th century comics are largely based on the traditional comics linked to the body, and above all to the ‘bottom of the body’. Comic stories are also an opportunity to show the importance of humours...
The descriptions of liberteous readers
The authors of libertins novels of the early 18th century plead to describe tongues. Their role is not only decorative in fiction, but their readings are the occasion to quote other texts, or to introduce passages of ’ intertextuality. From the suggestion of a new type of text specific to wome...
Les femmes sadiennes avec Lacan
The article proposes to use Lacanian notions to complicate our perception of men and women relationship in Sade’s fiction. In his works of the early 1960s, Lacan comments on Sade, assuming that the novels are not to be taken as a political model but rather as a dramatic representation of the conflic...
Justine o la crítica política, ética y psicosocial de la sádica actualidad Justine or the political, ethical and psychosocial criticism of our sadistic reality
La obra del marqués de Sade es una crítica de la modernidad en sus diversos aspectos: economía, política y cultura, con énfasis en la crítica jurídica, ética y psicosocial que tiene como clave la conducta sexual y emocional. Todo esto destaca en su célebre novela Justine o los infortunios de la virt...
SADE’S ALCOVE : LABORATORY OF DEBAUCHERY
Through rhetoric and language that makes drain secretions from the mouth or some other orifice of libertines or victims, in Philosophy in the Alcove, Sade opens the way for the debate, the divergence of ideas, dialogue, argumentation and philosophizing. The libertine-philosopher often implies the to...
Rinascimento, rivoluzione scientifica e libertinismo erudito
The author examines an essay by Maurizio Torrini on the scientific revolution and libertinism. Studying the reception of Galileo’s discoveries in European philosophical culture, Torrini highlights the misunderstandings and instrumental uses that libertines made of Galilean astronomy. The scientific...
Laughter of the prison: the prison scripts of Giambattista Marino and Girolamo Brusoni
Transforming the experience of the prison, how hard and bitter, in a literary matter intended to welcome the reader, is the purpose of these Burlesques and libertines made up in the Xvith century by two renowned Italian authors: Giambattista Marino and Girolamo Brusoni.
Machado de Assis e Borges: Two Classicists in Full Moderity
We analyse the relationships of specific characters, as well as of the malicious narrative created by Machado de Assis, with a character emerging in the 17th century: releasing it. From Don Juan to English theatre in that century to the French XVIII liberation novel, he is characterised by the ergot...
Materialism and the Political Invention of Religion. Leibniz, Hobbes and the Erudite Libertines
From religious radicalism to deism. Notes on a link forgotten by historical research
Given the historical debate on the relationship between radical religious dissent of the 16th century, libertination and deism, the article aims to propose a new interpretation, different from traditional reading. Dominant interpretative models, old or present, deny any relationship between libertin...
A trace that can be transmitted to one another, anthropological look at the AIDS
AIDS and HIV. The release of this virus has embleys, is associated with the gay community and has libertines. The development of information techniques has revealed false representation among the world population, resulting in stigmatisation of patients suffering from this disease. In this way, it h...
Between Montaigne and Malebranch: liberal variations in philosophy, fiction and evidence
Darmon Jean-Charles. Between Montaigne and Malebranch: liberal variations in philosophy, fiction and evidence. In: Classic literatures, No 45, spring 2002. Imagination in the 17th centuries, pp. 277-295.
Role of atheism in libertine thinking: what Enlightenment?
we question the concept of liberation, not by denying its unity and philosophical content but, on the contrary, by removing the land role of atheism. This is not without difficulty: first, the rejection of the term ‘athea’ by the so-called ‘libertins’ themselves, and then the double characterisation...
A liberous praise of the ugend: Franz Kratters Schleifermädchen from Swabia
Libertines writing strategies and Gassendian heritage: Cyrano disciple inloyal?
Non-verbal communication: silence and body language in ‘Les Liaisons dangereuses’
In ‘Les Liaisons dangereuses’, silence and body language are signs of a ‘other language’ that plays a decisive role in epistolar communication. Laclos uses them to shape the true image of the characters, revealing in the case of libertines their hypocrisy and in that of the victims their sensitive a...
Is Sade our fellow man? The transgressive enjoyment, as imperative and as a scandal
<div style="text-align: justify;"><p>This article intends to carry out a philosophical systematization of the libertine universe portrayed in the works of Sade, with the ultimate purpose of discussing the extent to which contemporary society could be reflected in such a deforming mirror. In this exe...
The RECEPTION OF ROMAN libertin
The Enlightenment Century goes beyond the boundaries of literature and thought being the first step towards modern literature. During the second half of the 18th century, libertine literature became apogated, revealing the hidden face of a society unable to accept its entire identity. The main funct...
Italy was denied in the Naudeana de Guy patin
The first part of the Vienna manuscript (pp. 1-81), almost entirely made up of notices explicitly taken from the author’s conversations with Gabriel Naudé, on the occasion of the successive returns from Italy of the French librarian in 1642 and 1646, is an extraordinary source of how this French let...
Italy in the Naudeana de Guy patin
reproduced in: Freedom of conscience and the arts of thought (XVI-XVIII s). Mixtures in honour of Antony McKenna Published by Christelle Bahier-Porte, Pierre-François Moreau and Delphine Reguig, Paris, Champion, 2017, pp. 207-225.
“Can we investigate sex untouched?”, Libération article on Philippe Combessie’s research
An article in the Les 400 culs blog hosted by Libération newspaper reports on research by Philippe Combessie, socio-anthropologist, professor at the Department of Sociology at the University of Paris Ouest and member of Sophiapol. On the occasion of the recent publication by the researcher of the ar...
Mystic invasions and contagion libertines
The mystic in the libertinage test by Jean-Pierre Cavaillé We are all the more happy to present and discuss the book by Sophie Houdard — The mystic Invasions. Spiritualités, heterdoxies and censures at the beginning of modern times — here, this book was partly born of a series of seminars delivered...
The religion of Queen Cristina of Sweden, from her childhood to the times of her conversion
Uma revolução chamada Bocage: inadaptação e libertação
<p><strong>Resumo</strong>: O presente artigo aborda as marcas da inadaptação social e diferentes maneiras de se pregar a liberdade na obra revolucionária de Bocage, poeta em trânsito entre dois mundos, o neoclássico iluminista e o romântico anti-iluminista. Para tanto, estabelecendo diálogos com a...