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  • At the mirror of Pierre Ronzeaud

    The seventh article published by our colleague and friend Pierre Ronzeaud in the early days of his outstanding career is entitled ‘Le Voyage en Provence de Jean Thévenot.’ He was released in 1983 in Marseille, No 121. It is a two-page introduction followed by an edition of extracts from Thévenot en...

  • The sea or utopian ruler

    Do I recall that the sea has also been perceived as a place where utopia prevails throughout its splender? In addition to Thomas More’s book published in 1516, this word, with Greek etymology outopos, refers to the delicacies and curiosities of the imaginary country and the country nowhere. How can...

  • 2014

    27 septembre  : Horizons libertins, journée d'étude organisée par Christophe Blanquie et Myriam Tsimbidy avec le soutien de l'Equipe d'Accueil CERES/CLARE de l'Université Montaigne de Bordeaux. Myriam Tsimbidy, Du libertinage et du rabutinage ​ Françoise Poulet, Extravagances et folies anti-galantes...

  • Dumas Père in the Catalan Theatre renewal trial: ‘embDon Juan de Maraña or the fall of an angel’/emb

    ‘titrebSummary’/titrebAnalyse of the Don Juan coin, translation — Catalan adaptation of Don Juan de Maraña or the fall of an angel of Dumas, by Salvador Vilaregut, and played, for the first time, on 30 October 1918 (Romea theatre in Barcelona), that is to say, on the eve of Toussaints, as the Spanis...

  • Liberation and philosophy at the classic time (eighteenth century) No 15, 2018 ‘Pierre Bayle et les libertins’

    Contributors Myriam Bernier, Lorenzo Bianchi, Maxime Boutros-Jacqueline, Nicole Gengoux, Pierre Girard, Grazia Grasso, Jean-Michel Gros, Mogens Lærke, Antony McKenna, Isabelle Moreau, Elena Muceni, Anna Lisa Schino and Anne Staquet. Liberation and philosophy is an open space for debate on all issues...

  • Stealing at the table: the little soup in times of libertins

    When a ‘small’ souper is made in the Enlightenment and Libertins century, it would seem that, from a range of ideas received and rarely innocent, he turns into the most voluptuous ones. Remember the mesaventures of the Candide de Voltaire, the Persan de Montesquieu, the Saint-Preux de Rousseau or th...

  • Debriefing by Peureux (Guillaume), La Muse satyrique (1600-1622)

    In recent years, academic criticism has flourished a significant number of high-quality work on poetry in the first half of the seventeenth century. Recent works on Racan, Theophile of Viau, Tristan l’Hermite, as well as on the poets that literary history has often classified as libertins have made...

  • Between counter-reform and liberalisation: 17th century doctors facing sexual pleasure

    What is natural in human sexuality? It is on the basis of this question, on which Christian and libertins theologians were confronted in the 17th century, that I would like to present the original answer of the doctors who also looked at the subject at that time.

  • A philosophy of religion among liberatees and thinkers in the 17th and 18th centuries?

    what is the right to speak of a philosophy of religion in the 17th and 18th centuries? If we agree with Jean Greisch’s definition of the subject matter (‘the philosophy of religion consists of questioning the essence of religion with the eyes of the philosophical reason... taking into account its hi...

  • 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...

  • Literatura e transgressão: SADE, Masoch e Bataille

    This article intends to link Litterature and transgression through the analysis of three of the authors considered “libertins”: SADE, Masoch and Bataille. Sade’s novels are erotic novels written to satisfy her immense sexual excitation and possibly share it with someone else. SADE presents his heroe...

  • Live scenography and allegiance in Viau Theophile time

    Art of Remembrance and scenography in the first part of the 17th century, conference before the first performance: The tragic amours of Pyrame and Thisbé from Théophile de Viau, staging Benjamin Lazar, at the Theatre of Caen on 19.10.2009.

  • Pierre Charron, Montaigne’s ‘disciple’ and ‘Patriarch of supposedly strong minds’

    This study is based on a twofold observation: even though the names and works of Montaigne and Charron are almost systematically associated — which is hardly surprising — in the Xvith century there are two ways of antagonistic understanding of the Sagesse in relation to the Tests, which appear to be...

  • La vie intense

    `pbAu XVIII`supbe`/supb siècle, un nouveau fluide fascine le monde : l’électricité. L’intensité devient un idéal ordinaire pour l’homme et un concept savant de philosophie, de la puissance nietzschéenne au vitalisme de Deleuze, de l’excitation nerveuse des libertins à l’adrénaline du désir, de la pe...

  • The liberatees. The reverse of the big century

    Except during the short period of the front, France offered an admirable performance. Everyone was able to live up to their task. It is not without reason that the Xvith century was called the Grand Siècle. Faced with strong and resolute power, an aristocracy conscious of his duties and interests, l...

  • Adrien de Monluc, Devot or Libertin?

    Adrien from Monluc, Devot or Libertin? What is the story when choosing libertinage and French libertins from the 20th century as the subject of study? An insulting and polemic name and everything it refers to; that is to say opinions, behaviour, ways of speaking, writing, acting, individuals and gro...

  • 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...

  • Globalisation between resellers and income: finance and liquidity at Potocki

    The Manuscrit found in Zaragoza that Jean Potocki drew up between 1797 and 1815 offers a unique Kaleidoscope or can read not only the fate of the Enlightenment movement, but also the process of globalisation of human societies that has been spreading on the planet since the sixteenth century and is...

  • The humanist history and anthropology of the Jews (17th century)

    Apres gave the aim of siecle xviia some of the best universal stories, jesuites have, in apologetic and missionary perspectives, and generally against Port-Royal’s augustinism — but sometimes also in line with libertins’ views — have developed analyses based on their ideology of pardon and markers b...

  • The Dénaisés des Dénaisés: Religion and liberation in the early days of modern times

    , ‘denigrated and story-cured sprits’, is the name of those who their enemies inadvertently call libertins themselves in France of the Xvii century, denouncing their triple subversion of moral, political and religious orders. The study of this work is the subject of this book.

  • Alter -ipse Seminar (Monday 1 March 2021, 14: 30-16: 30)

    The paradigms of freedom. An impossible paradigm? Monday 1 MARS 2021, 14: 30-16: 30 Meeting 2: Freedom in Alexander d’Aphrodise and the libertins of the seventeenth century Isabelle Koch (Aix-Marseille University/Centre Gilles Gaston Granger UMR 7304) ‘Anti-determinism and libertarian reformulation...

  • 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 few strange meetings with Apollon

    The admirable Visions of the Pelerin de Parnasse are a rather strange ‘literary object’, which was awarded from Emile Roy to Charles Sorel for the inclusion in the ‘Advertising’ of ‘Science of body things’ (1634) of ‘a book of songs from Visions which is full of agreed descriptions’, and this text h...

  • The first version of the Saint Louis de Pierre Le Moyne

    Le Jésuite Pierre Le Moyne has moved to literary posture, perhaps more for the polemics and judgements caused by famous authors than by his own works. On the margins of the jansenist attacks, his Saint Louis has the peculiarity of having fuelled a debate on spic gender and very mixed views for more...

  • A fair friendship excels me from the courage

    ‘Friendship leads his round around the world’ Epicure The theme of friendship runs through the work of Theophile de Viau. In his poesies of pruning or love, in his hearts in the worms, in his satirical rooms or in his elegies, but also in its prose production, from the translation of the Phédon to t...

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