Le miracle Spinoza: Une philosophie pour éclairer notre vie

May 29, 2018

• Title English : “The Spinoza miracle: A philosophy to enlighten our lives”
• Author : Frédéric Lenoir
• Pages : 234 Sheet
Collection : Documents
• Publisher : Fayard (8 november 2017)
• ISBN-10: 2213700702
• ISBN-13: 978-2213700700
Product Dimensions : 13,6 x 2,5 x 21,6 cm
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♦ Description : “Banished from the Jewish community at 23 for heresy, Baruch Spinoza decides to devote his life to philosophy. His goal ? To discover a real good which would “procure for eternity the enjoyment of a supreme and incessant joy. During the twenty years remaining to live, Spinoza is building a revolutionary work. How could this man, in the middle of the seventeenth century, be the forerunner of the Enlightenment and our modern democracies? The pioneer of a historical and critical reading of the Bible? The founder of the psychology of the depths? The initiator of philology, sociology, and ethology? And above all, the inventor of a philosophy based on desire and joy, which upsets our conception of God, morality and happiness?
In many ways, Spinoza is not only far ahead of his time, but also on ours. This is what I call the “miracle” Spinoza. F. L.”

Biography

“Frédéric Lenoir”

Authors Biography
“Frédéric Lenoir is a philosopher, sociologist and associate researcher at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS). He is co-producer of the show “The roots of the sky”, on France Culture. He has published numerous essays and novels translated into twenty languages. His recent works Petit Traité de Vie Intérieur, The Soul of the World, Du bonheur, a philosophical journey, have been at the top of the list of bestsellers.”


Le miracle Spinoza
🛑 Genre :_Social Science⏱ Release Date :_2017-11-08

Author

-Frédéric Lenoir-

ISBN_13

-9782213700045-

ISBN_10

-2213700044-

Pages

-234-

ID Number

-5n86DwAAQBAJ-

Description : Banni de la communauté juive à 23 ans pour hérésie, Baruch Spinoza décide de consacrer sa vie à la philosophie. Son objectif ? Découvrir un bien véritable qui lui « procurerait pour l’éternité la jouissance d’une joie suprême et incessante. » Au cours des vingt années qui lui restent à vivre, Spinoza édifie une œuvre révolutionnaire. Comment cet homme a-t-il pu, en plein XVIIe siècle, être le précurseur des Lumières et de nos démocraties modernes ? Le pionnier d’une lecture historique et critique de la Bible ? Le fondateur de la psychologie des profondeurs ? L’initiateur de la philologie, de la sociologie, et de l’éthologie ? Et surtout, l’inventeur d’une philosophie fondée sur le désir et la joie, qui bouleverse notre conception de Dieu, de la morale et du bonheur ? A bien des égards, Spinoza est non seulement très en avance sur son temps, mais aussi sur le nôtre. C’est ce que j’appelle le « miracle » Spinoza. F. L. "Le miracle Spinoza" written by Frédéric Lenoir with ISBN_13 9782213700045 and ISBN_10 2213700044 with total page sheets [-234-]. Category 'Social Science' with reference number 5n86DwAAQBAJ published Fayard |2017-11-08|."


The Art of Solitude
🛑 Genre :_Religion⏱ Release Date :_2020-02-18

Author

-Stephen Batchelor-

ISBN_13

-9780300252279-

ISBN_10

-0300252277-

Pages

-192-

ID Number

-VrHNDwAAQBAJ-

Description : A moving and wide-ranging meditation on being alone with others in this world When world renowned Buddhist writer Stephen Batchelor turned sixty, he took a sabbatical from his teaching and turned his attention to solitude, a practice integral to the meditative traditions he has long studied and taught. He aimed to venture more deeply into solitude, discovering its full extent and depth. This beautiful literary collage documents his multifaceted explorations. Spending time in remote places, appreciating and making art, practicing meditation and participating in retreats, drinking peyote and ayahuasca, and training himself to keep an open, questioning mind have all contributed to Batchelor’s ability to be simultaneously alone and at ease. Mixed in with his personal narrative are inspiring stories from solitude’s devoted practitioners, from the Buddha to Montaigne, and from Vermeer to Agnes Martin. In a hyperconnected world that is at the same time plagued by social isolation, this book shows how to enjoy the inescapable solitude that is at the heart of human life. "The Art of Solitude" written by Stephen Batchelor with ISBN_13 9780300252279 and ISBN_10 0300252277 with total page sheets [-192-]. Category 'Religion' with reference number VrHNDwAAQBAJ published Yale University Press |2020-02-18|."


The Angel's Promise
🛑 Genre :_Fiction⏱ Release Date :_2008-08-17

Author

-Violette Cabesos-

ISBN_13

-1933648929-

ISBN_10

-9781933648927-

Pages

-495-

ID Number

-kvGp9C5VdXAC-

Description : Performing an expedition at a medieval church and abbey off the coast of France, archaeologist Johanna finds her work turning metaphysical when she begins to uncover bizarre secrets linked to an ancient ritual with modern implications. Reprint. "The Angel's Promise" written by Violette Cabesos with ISBN_13 1933648929 and ISBN_10 9781933648927 with total page sheets [-495-]. Category 'Fiction' with reference number kvGp9C5VdXAC published Pegasus Crime |2008-08-17|."


The Oracle of the Moon -anglais-
🛑 Genre :_Fiction⏱ Release Date :_2014-11-27T00:00:00Z

Author

-Frederic Lenoir-

ISBN_13

-9782361321161-

ISBN_10

-2361321165-

Pages

-450-

ID Number

-kZ1xBQAAQBAJ-

Description : The Monastery of Saint Giovanni in Venere, Italy, 1545. When terrified villagers deliver a practically lifeless body to Dom Salvatore, claiming that the man has been the victim of witchcraft, the monk transgresses the rules of the monastery in order to nurse the stranger back to health. However, within these safe cloisters, a series of tragic events unfold. Someone is trying to kill the wounded stranger. Dom Salvatore must find out who this mysterious man is, if he is to have a chance of saving his life. Giovanni Tratore was born some three decades earlier to a peasant family in Calabria. He dutifully worked with his brother in the fields, but always dreamt of a greater life for himself. One day a ship bearing Venetian nobles is forced to anchor near his village, following a pirate attack. The moment Giovanni sets eyes on Elena, the great granddaughter of the Doge, the most important man in Venice, he falls in love with her. An impossible love - how could a noble woman be interested in a peasant? - but Giovanni is not put off. From that moment on he resolves to do whatever it takes to make himself worthy of her love. Setting out for Venice, he soon meets Luna - a woman who can see into the future. When Luna reads his Oracle, Giovanni is terrified. "You will kill once through jealousy, once though fear and once through anger." Her words will haunt Giovanni throughout his life, as he tries to understand his fate, take control of it and even - when possible - side-step it. Set against a 16th century rife with religious and political tensions, this novel take us from rural Calabria to the decadent palaces of Venice, from the secluded monasteries of Mount Athos to the prisons of Algiers, from the winding alleys of Jerusalem to the ghettos of Cyprus. At once an epic love story, a compelling journey of initiation and a theological thriller of the most gripping kind, Frédéric Lenoir has succeeded in combining page-turning suspense with fascinating astrological, philosophical and religious insight in a novel that leaves you utterly bereft when you finish. "Our very own Dan Brown... More than an epic historical thriller, this is a philosophical tale, written by a true scholar." - Le Journal du dimanche "The intrigue is beautifully crafted and the love story keeps the reader in suspense until the very last page... A rip roaring read!' - Paris Match "Look no further than The Oracle of the Moon for your weekend reading: love, adventure and intrigue set in the middle of the Renaissance - truly gripping... An extremely accessible history of religions with a twist of Dumas.' - RTL "The Oracle of the Moon -anglais-" written by Frederic Lenoir with ISBN_13 9782361321161 and ISBN_10 2361321165 with total page sheets [-450-]. Category 'Fiction' with reference number kZ1xBQAAQBAJ published Versilio |2014-11-27T00:00:00Z|."


A Philosophy of Walking
🛑 Genre :_Philosophy⏱ Release Date :_2014

Author

-Frédéric Gros-

ISBN_13

-9781781682708-

ISBN_10

-1781682704-

Pages

-227-

ID Number

-9blvDwAAQBAJ-

Description : Explores the role and influence of walking in the lives of such thinkers as Kant, Rousseau, Nietzsche, Robert Louis Stevenson, Gandhi, and Jack Kerouac. "A Philosophy of Walking" written by Frédéric Gros with ISBN_13 9781781682708 and ISBN_10 1781682704 with total page sheets [-227-]. Category 'Philosophy' with reference number 9blvDwAAQBAJ published Verso Trade |2014|."


Pulgarcita
🛑 Genre :_Science⏱ Release Date :_2014-03-19

Author

-Michel Serres-

ISBN_13

-9788497847971-

ISBN_10

-8497847970-

Pages

-160-

ID Number

-sHrkCgAAQBAJ-

Description : El mundo ha cambiado tanto que los jóvenes tienen que reinventar la rueda. Para Michel Serres, nace un nuevo ser humano, él lo bautiza como Pulgarcita, sobre todo por su capacidad para enviar mensajes con el pulgar. Las sociedades occidentales han experimentado dos revoluciones: la transición de lo oral a lo escrito, y el paso de escribir en una pizarra a escribir en libros. Ahora vivimos la tercera revolución: la transición a las nuevas tecnologías. No hay progreso o desastre, ya sea bueno o malo, ésta es la realidad y tenemos que lidiar con eso. La generación Pulgarcita tendrá que reinventar una forma de vivir juntos, instituciones y formas de ser y conocer. - "Michel Serres es el abuelo con el que todos soñamos. En él se unen tan bien la sabiduría y la juventud, que a su lado se tiene la impresión de que tiene toda la vida por delante" - Sophie Bancquart, directora de la Editorial Pommier. - "A este formidable ensayo se puede aplicar igualmente la frase de Michel de Montaigne: "vale más una cabeza bien hecha que una cabeza bien llena" - Lire, Francia. - "Michel Serres analiza meticulosamente y con ternura los cambios que entrañan las nuevas tecnologías sobre (o en) las generaciones actuales. Lejos de estigmatizar a los nativos digitales, describe una generación mutante y apasionada" - Dirigeants Chrétiens. "Pulgarcita" written by Michel Serres with ISBN_13 9788497847971 and ISBN_10 8497847970 with total page sheets [-160-]. Category 'Science' with reference number sHrkCgAAQBAJ published Editorial GEDISA |2014-03-19|."


Terracide
🛑 Genre :_Nature⏱ Release Date :_2009

Author

-Hubert Reeves-

ISBN_13

-UOM:39015078790568-

ISBN_10

--

Pages

-188-

ID Number

-adXtAAAAMAAJ-

Description : With China and India poised to become the world's next great economic engines, they are fast becoming the world's heaviest polluters. One of the world's greatest astrophysicists, Hubert Reeves has turned his attention to the state of planet Earth. The facts and figures he has studied lead him to believe that the human race is on the brink of making the world uninhabitable. With Terracide, Hubert Reeves joins the ranks of scientists that include David Suzuki and James Hansen (of NASA) demanding that we pay closer attention to our consumption of non-renewable resources and the pollution and global warming they cause. Drawing on cogent scientific data, Reeves lays out a prognosis that is alarming. Terracide is not only a plea for the Earth, it is a blueprint for a race against time. The White House has attempted to silence James Hansen, who on March 19 of this year went public on CBS' 60 Minutes, with this statement: "In my more than three decades in the government I've never witnessed such restrictions on the ability of scientists to communicate with the public." What Hansen, Suzuki, and now Hubert Reeves have to say about the fate of the Earth is a message we all need to read and understand. "Terracide" written by Hubert Reeves with ISBN_13 UOM:39015078790568 and ISBN_10 with total page sheets [-188-]. Category 'Nature' with reference number adXtAAAAMAAJ published no defined |2009|."


The Man Who Risked It All
🛑 Genre :_Fiction⏱ Release Date :_2014-03-03

Author

-Laurent Gounelle-

ISBN_13

-9781401938154-

ISBN_10

-1401938159-

Pages

-352-

ID Number

-ID9QAwAAQBAJ-

Description : Looking down from the Eiffel Tower, Alan Greenmor stands on the edge, determined to end it all. As he prepares to jump, his thoughts are interrupted by a cough. To his right is a mysterious stranger in a dark suit, smoking a cigar. This is Yves Dubreuil. The person who will change Alan’s life. Dubreuil convinces Alan to reconsider his plans, with one caveat: instead of ending his life, he will give his life over to Dubreuil. In return, Dubreuil promises to teach Alan the secrets to happiness and success. And so, Alan embarks on a wild ride of self-discovery. From a humiliating fiasco at a Parisian bakery, to finding the strength to assert himself in his company’s boardroom, Alan learns to overcome his deepest fears and self-doubts, face life’s unexpected twists and turns, take crazy risks, and fully accept himself in the process. From best-selling author Laurent Gounelle, The Man Who Risked It All explores the fragility of life and the possibilities that are presented to us in the unlikeliest circumstances. "The Man Who Risked It All" written by Laurent Gounelle with ISBN_13 9781401938154 and ISBN_10 1401938159 with total page sheets [-352-]. Category 'Fiction' with reference number ID9QAwAAQBAJ published Hay House, Inc |2014-03-03|."


Spinoza
🛑 Genre :_Philosophy⏱ Release Date :_1988-04
📜 7 Reader

Author

-Gilles Deleuze-

ISBN_13

-0872862186-

ISBN_10

-9780872862180-

Pages

-130-

ID Number

-tYiEtOWlXKEC-

Description : Spinoza's theoretical philosophy is one of the most radical attempts to construct a pure ontology with a single infinite substance. This book, which presents Spinoza's main ideas in dictionary form, has as its subject the opposition between ethics and morality, and the link between ethical and ontological propositions. His ethics is an ethology, rather than a moral science. Attention has been drawn to Spinoza by deep ecologists such as Arne Naess, the Norwegian philosopher; and this reading of Spinoza by Deleuze lends itself to a radical ecological ethic. As Robert Hurley says in his introduction, "Deleuze opens us to the idea that the elements of the different individuals we compose may be nonhuman within us. One wonders, finally, whether Man might be defined as a territory, a set of boundaries, a limit on existence." Gilles Deleuze, known for his inquiries into desire, language, politics, and power, finds a kinship between Spinoza and Nietzsche. He writes, ""Spinoza did not believe in hope or even in courage; he believed only in joy and in vision . . . he more than any other gave me the feeling of a gust of air from behind each time I read him, of a witch's broom that he makes one mount. Gilles Deleuze was a professor of philosophy at the University of Paris at Vincennes. Robert Hurley is the translator of Michel Foucault's History of Sexuality. "Spinoza" written by Gilles Deleuze with ISBN_13 0872862186 and ISBN_10 9780872862180 with total page sheets [-130-]. Category 'Philosophy' with reference number tYiEtOWlXKEC published City Lights Books |1988-04|."


Traces
🛑 Genre :_Literary Criticism⏱ Release Date :_2006

Author

-Ernst Bloch-

ISBN_13

-0804741190-

ISBN_10

-9780804741194-

Pages

-180-

ID Number

-_6IIAzKpQMEC-

Description : Collects aphorisms, essays, stories, and anecdotes, and enacts the author's interest in showing how attention to "traces" can serve as a mode of philosophizing. In an example of how the literary can become a privileged medium for philosophy, his chief philosophical invention is to begin with what gives an observer pause. "Traces" written by Ernst Bloch with ISBN_13 0804741190 and ISBN_10 9780804741194 with total page sheets [-180-]. Category 'Literary Criticism' with reference number _6IIAzKpQMEC published Stanford University Press |2006|."


Les Sceptiques Grecs
🛑 Genre :_⏱ Release Date :_2013-09

Author

-Victor Charles Louis Brochard-

ISBN_13

-1230451935-

ISBN_10

-9781230451930-

Pages

-142-

ID Number

-BO00ngEACAAJ-

Description : Ce livre historique peut contenir de nombreuses coquilles et du texte manquant. Les acheteurs peuvent generalement telecharger une copie gratuite scannee du livre original (sans les coquilles) aupres de l'editeur. Non reference. Non illustre. 1887 edition. Extrait: ...un examen attentif? Mais quand vous l'aurez retournee de toutes facons, vous dites qu'il pourra encore se faire qu'elle soit fausse: quelle confiance aurez-vous donc en elle? Quoi de plus absurde que de dire: voici la inarque, la preuve qui me fait admettre cette assertion; il est bien possible pourtant qu'elle soit fausse. Consideree dans la formule generale qui l'exprime, la these des nouveaux academiciens ne peut se soutenir: examinons a present les arguments de detail qu'on invoque en sa faveur. Avec les stoiciens, on distingue plusieurs sortes de representations. Les divisions sont admirables: les definitions fines et exactes. Mais quoi! n'est-ce pas la le langage d'hommes qui ont des opinions arretees? Ces merveilleuses definitions, une fois formulees, peut-on les appliquer indifferemment a n'importe quoi? Si oui, comment dire qu'elles sont justes? Si non, il faudra bien convenir qu'il y a des objets auxquels seuls elles conviennent, et qu'on le sait. Et comment ne pas voir une contradiction eclatante entre ces deux propositions, expressement admises par les academiciens: Il y a des representations fausses. Entre les representations vraies et les fausses, il n'y a point de difference specifique. En admettant la premiere. vous niez la seconde; en proclamant la seconde, vous detruisez la premiere. Analysons avec soin le fait meme de la representation. La representation est un etat de l'ame, mais un etat qui en meme temps qu'il est connu nous fait connaitre aussi ce qui l'a produit. Je vois un... "Les Sceptiques Grecs" written by Victor Charles Louis Brochard with ISBN_13 1230451935 and ISBN_10 9781230451930 with total page sheets [-142-]. Category '' with reference number BO00ngEACAAJ published Theclassics.Us |2013-09|."


Lessons of the Masters
🛑 Genre :_Education⏱ Release Date :_2003

Author

-George Steiner-

ISBN_13

-0674012070-

ISBN_10

-9780674012073-

Pages

-198-

ID Number

-iLJffLgHHvMC-

Description : In the efforts of the disciples of such masters as Socrates and Jesus, in the passion narratives inspired by their deaths, Steiner sees the beginnings of the inward vocabulary, the encoded recognitions of much of our moral, philosophical, and theological idiom. "Lessons of the Masters" written by George Steiner with ISBN_13 0674012070 and ISBN_10 9780674012073 with total page sheets [-198-]. Category 'Education' with reference number iLJffLgHHvMC published Harvard University Press |2003|."