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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.

Philippe Rousseau
Cahiers de philologie Numéro 37
Philippe Rousseau proposes an interpretation of the Iliad which is based on an analysis of the logic that is immanent to the construction of the plot, and which responds to the demand for the deciphering of meaning expressed by the poet in the fifth line of the poem.

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.

Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher
Pour une logique du discours individuel
Opuscules Numéro 38
Conceived in full expansion of German idealism, but largely against it, Schleiermacher's Hermeneutics develops the first theory of individual discourse and defines the methods of understanding appropriate to it.

Edited by Nathalie Grandjean, Alain Loute
Valeurs de l'attention
Perspectives éthiques, politiques et épistémologiques
This book sets out to reinterrogate ethics and political philosophy starting from the concept of attention.

Cahiers de philologie Numéro 35
Simplicius' commentary on Aristotle’s Physics, Book II covers a text which is the best introduction to philosophy of nature, and it offers, beside Proclus’commentary on Plato’s Timaeus, a comprehensive survey of the Philosophy of Nature in Late Antiquity.

Jean Bollack, Patrick Llored
Opuscules Numéro 36
Do we know what we are doing when we are reading texts ? Do we know what we are understanding when we become readers ?

Laurent Muller
Ethics philosophy always used the concepts of obligation, sanction, and of ethical models. Guyau, being a critical thinker of the idea of evolution, suggests that ethics should be considered in light of a vital imperative. He also deems that - if correctly understood- the anomic capacity of life generates a plurality of ways for obligation to...

Georg Friedrich Meier
Opuscules Numéro 35
Establishing the art of interpretation as a science, that is the objective of G. Fr. Meier's Essay of 1757, the systematic treatise of the most accomplished hermeneutics of Enlightenment rationalism.

Robin Glinatsis
De l'Art poétique à l'Épître aux Pisons d'Horace
Pour une redéfinition du statut de l'œuvre
Cahiers de philologie Numéro 34
Judging from the way it was received since Antiquity, the nature of Horace's Ars poetica should not be questioned. However, its stylistic and enunciative characteristics urge the readers to reconsider this old assumption

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