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Jean-Baptiste Vuillerod
Rather than the stereotypical image of Deleuze as a great opponent of Hegelianism, the book seeks to show that he attempted to accomplish the philosophical revolution that Hegel had begun but failed to truly accomplish.

Daniel Adjerad
A philosophical investigation which defines all the economic notions (capital, market, interest, exchange, etc.) of Bourdieu's sociology.

Edited by Christian Berner, Charlotte Morel
Opuscules Numéro 39
What is the sense of sense? An investigation through contemporary philosophy.

À l'école de Virgile II
Commentaire à l'Énéide (Livre 2)
This learned commentary of the fourth century allows us to rediscover the Aeneid of Virgil, Graeco-Roman mythology and ancient thought.

Alain Deligne
Études weiliennes

Cahiers de philologie Numéro 38
Chapters 4-6 of Aristotle's Physics, Book 2 constitute the first treatise in our philosophical tradition devoted to luck and chance. Simplicius’ commentary adds to Aritotle’s theory valuable explanations and illuminating developments.

Edited by Philippe Sabot
Discours et politiques de l'identité
À partir de Michel Foucault
What are the theoretical and practical roots of the logics of identity assignment that imprison our lives and seem to deprive us of any prospect of emancipation? Can we and should we escape from them? At what price?

Catherine Larrère, Philippe Sabot
In the early 2000s, the notion of the Anthropocene was put forward to designate a new era in the history of the Earth, marked by profound and irreversible transformations induced by human actions on the environment: this notion has itself led to the issues of "sustainable development", "ecological transition" and even " energetic transition ".

Aurélien Djian
Husserl et l'horizon comme problème
Une contribution à l'histoire de la phénoménologie
To what extent is the horizon a central concept of Husserl's phenomenology? If not new, this claim has still not been truly accounted for by the commentators. This book aims at showing that the only way to account for it is to embrace both the problem of the horizon and that of what Husserl’s phenomenology itself consists in.

Edited by Sébastien Fleuriel, Jean-François Goubet, Stéphan Mierzejewski, Manuel Schotté
This collective work is about embodiement. The book studies it from a sociological and philosophical angle in order to better understand how the social inhabits bodies.

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