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1. The Chesterton Review: Volume > 43 > Issue: 1/2
Charles Péguy Savoir Et Croire (To Know and To Believe)
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2. The Chesterton Review: Volume > 44 > Issue: 3/4
Charles Péguy L’Ancienne France: Old France
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3. The Chesterton Review: Volume > 38 > Issue: 3/4
Charles Péguy Paris
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4. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Charles Péguy Liberté
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5. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
P. Ian Boyd, C.S.B. Avant-propos de l’éditeur
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6. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Patrick Kéchichian La revue des livres
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7. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Brian J. Sudlow Le Réalisme catholique: terrain commun entre les lettres catholiques en France et en Angleterre
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8. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Philippe Maxence La France et Chesterton, une « divine entente »
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9. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Dermot Quinn La conversion au Dieu caché: Chesterton, Claudel et la renaissance de la littérature catholique
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10. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
P. Ian Boyd, C.S.B. Chesterton et les renouveaux littéraires en France et en Angleterre au XXᵉ siècle
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11. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Paul Claudel Adresse de Paul Claudel à G.K. Chesterton
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12. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Alain Lanavère 1926. Un coup de tonnerre: Sous le Soleil de Satan
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13. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
G. K. Chesterton G.K. Chesterton et le curé d’Ars
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14. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
G. K. Chesterton Comprendre la France
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15. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Philippe Maxence Introduction
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16. The Chesterton Review en Français: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
G. K. Chesterton L’affaire Claudel
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17. The Chesterton Review: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
François Rivière Le Retour de Don Paradox: Chesterton en France
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18. Philosophy Today: Volume > 58 > Issue: 4
Gilbert Vincent Au croisement de l’épistémologie et de l’ontologie: Le concept d’institution chez Ricoeur
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Our analysis deals with the concept of institution presented in the seventh and eighth studies of Paul Ricœur’s Oneself as Another. The judgment on institutions found there is somewhat ambivalent: sometimes institutions are understood as a mediation that establishes society and the individual, sometimes it is suspected of imposing itself like an abusive transcendence and of blocking interpersonal relations. To be sure, one does find, in Ricœur, explanations for this ambivalence. History does show that institutions are “fragile,” that they can fail in their mission—the just distribution of different goods–that they can even be criminal. We intend to show here that the idea of an institution, for Ricœur, is shaped by his contrasting evaluation of two major sociologists, Weber and Durkheim (who seem to serve as a foil). We also consider the many reflections in Ricœur’s text about a “just institution,” which testify to his concern for fairness.
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19. Philosophy Today: Volume > 58 > Issue: 4
Edouard Jourdain Justice et utopie: Lire ensemble Ricœur et Proudhon
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Ricœur ends his Lectures on Ideology and Utopia by analyzing the works of Saint Simon and Fourier through the lens of the idea of utopia. In taking up these thinkers whom Engels labeled “utopian” socialist, we note that Ricœur did not deal equally with the work of another important socialist: Proudhon. My hypothesis is that it is possible to read Proudhon using Ricœur in that their approaches are similar at a number of points. Fruitful connections can be drawn between the dialectic of the real and ideal developed by Proudhon and Ricœur’s dialectic of ideology and utopia. Both thinkers deal with justice in the form of a certain tension: a tension that for Ricœur (beyond the deontology and teleology found to some extent in the dialectic of ideology and utopia) requires practical wisdom, and a tension that for Proudhon (beyond the ideal and the real) requires an equilibrium of social and political forces.
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20. Philosophy Today: Volume > 58 > Issue: 4
Philippe Lacour En quel sens la rationalité juridique est-elle herméneutique?: Sur un héritage contemporain de philosophie pratique ricœurienne en théorie du droit
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This essay draws some consequences affecting juridical rationality, particularly its normative theory, from the discussion of Ricoeur’s philosophy of law by Alain Papaux and François Ost. It emphasizes in particular the ambiguities of Papaux’s position regarding the notion of abduction and stresses the irreducibility of the hermeneutic dimension of legal argument.
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