Apr s avoir donn un grand coup de pied dans le dogmatisme intellectuel fran ais, le philosophe Michel Onfray offre un nouvel outil tous les esprits curieux et d sireux de s initier la libre pens e, avec cette biographie b dessin e de Friedrich Nietzche, l un de ses ma tres penser Au fil de ces 120 planches, superbement illustr es du trait sensible de Maximilien Leroy, le lecteur d couvre la vie d un homme absorb par sa recherche d un absolu, tourn vers l homme et sa qu te de bonheur La vie d un penseur pr t payer le prix de sa pens e r volutionnaire et sans concessions. Free Read eBook Nietzsche, se créer liberté by Michel Onfray – therehabboutique.co.uk
Michel Onfray is a French philosopher Born to a family of Norman farmers, he graduated with a Ph.D in philosophy He taught this subject to senior students at a technical high school in Caen between 1983 and 2002, before establishing what he and his supporters call the Universit populaire de Caen, proclaiming its foundation on a free of charge basis, and the manifesto written by Onfray in 2004 La communaut philosophique However, the title Popular University is misleading, although attractive, as this University provides no services other than the occasional delivery of lectures there is no register of students, no examination or assessment, and no diplomas After all, ordinary French University lectures are open to all, free of charge Nor is the content of the Universit populaire de Caen radical in French terms, it is in its way, a throwback to less democratic traditions of learning Both in his writing and his lecturing, Onfray s approach is hierarchical, and elitist He prefers to say though that his university is committed to deliver high level knowledge to the masses, as opposed to thecommon approach of vulgarizing philosophic concepts through easy to read books such as Philosophy for Well being.Onfray writes obscurely that there is no philosophy without psychoanalysis Perhaps paradoxically, he proclaims himself as an adamant atheist somethingnovel in France than elsewhere indeed his book, Atheist Manifesto , was briefly in the bestsellers list in France and he considers religion to be indefensible He instead regards himself as being part of the tradition of individualist anarchism, a tradition that he claims is at work throughout the entire history of philosophy and that he is seeking to revive amidst modern schools of philosophy that he feels are cynical and epicurean His writings celebrate hedonism, reason and atheism.He endorsed the French Revolutionary Communist League and its candidate for the French presidency, Olivier Besancenot in the 2002 election, although this is somewhat at odds with the libertarian socialism he advocates in his writings citation needed In 2007, he endorsed Jos Bov but eventually voted for Olivier Besancenot , and conducted an interview with the future French President, who he declared was an ideological enemy Nicolas Sarkozy for Philosophie Magazine.Onfray himself attributes the birth of a philosophic communities such as the universit populaire to the results of the French presidential election, 2002.
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