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Toward Metaphysics

New Tendencies in French Philosophy in the Middle of the Twentieth Century

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Toward Metaphysics by Jacek Migasinski
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This book presents and analyzes specific metaphysical tendencies that were revived within particular branches of French philosophy from the 1930s to the 1960s. Using the examples of the five philosophers active in this period (Louis Lavelle, Ferdinand Alquie, Jean Wahl, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Emmanuel Levinas), who did not belong to or did not form any school of thought, the author attempts to show that the specificity of this non-classical metaphysics could be located in its anti-naturalist, non-substantial, non-objectival, dialectic, critical, non-systematic and pluralist character. The analysis is preceded by a comprehensive introduction in which both theoretical and historical inspirations for the ideas presented in the book are explained. The summary provides possible influences that the described ideas could exercise over more recent currents in French philosophy.

Author Biography

Jacek Migasinski was a longtime head of the Division of the History of Modern Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Sociology of the University of Warsaw. He is the author of many books about philosophy, metaphysics and phenomenology.
Release date Australia
December 29th, 2014
Country of Publication
Switzerland
Edition
New edition
Imprint
Peter Lang AG
Pages
282
Dimensions
148x210x23
ISBN-13
9783631626726
Product ID
23701362

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