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Le Tractatus de Wittgenstein et l' Ethique de Spinoza: Etude de Comparaison Structurale

Le Tractatus de Wittgenstein et l' Ethique de Spinoza: Etude de Comparaison Structurale (Paperback)

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Cet ouvrage, qui est la these de doctorat d'Etat que j'ai soutenue devant l'Universite de Provence aAix-en-Provence le 30 juin 1988, mais alaquelle j'ai toutefois apporte posterieurement certaines rectifications, a pour objet la comparaison structurale du Tractatus de Wittgenstein avec I'Ethique de Spinoza. Monsieur le Professeur Gilles-Gaston Granger, qui m'a confie le soin de cette etude comparative et en a suivi I'elaboration, et auquel je renou- velle ici l'expression de ma respectueuse gratitude, a perl;u la pensee de Wittgenstein comme une transposition moderne de la doctrine de Spinoza et illui a paru interessant de comparer les oeuvres representatives de ces deux auteurs que sont le Tractatus et l'Ethique. Les travaux de Martial Gueroult m'ont guide dans mes recherches en vue d'approfondir le systeme de I'Ethique et j'ai egalement mis aprofit les critiques qui ont ete formulees ala soutenance de ma these par Madame le Professeur Elisabeth Schwartz, presidente du jury. Je remercie l'Universite de Bale, la Freiwillige Akademische Gesell- schaft aBale et la fondation Berta Hess-Cohn aBale qui ont bien voulu financer I'edition de cet ouvrage.

Et je suis reconnaissant aux Editions Birkhauser a Bale et particulierement a Monsieur Albert Gomm de I'at- tention qu'ils ont apportee ason impression tout en respectant, dans la mesure du possible, la presentation materielle de ma these de doctorat.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesPhilosophy TheoryEthics & moral philosophyPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesWestern philosophyWestern philosophy, from c 1900 - Publisher: Springer Basel Publication Date: 01/01/1993 ISBN-13: 9783034896931  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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