What is Islamic philosophy? By Christian Jambet. Folio Essais Paris : Gallimard , What is ancient philosophy? Both works not only display a similar title but also share a fundamental conception about the character and aims of philosophy in a premodern culture.

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Il ne donnait pas beaucoup le choix! Nous non plus. Quoique leurs chemins se rencontrent. Ce qui laissait Foucault un peu songeur. Henry Corbin et Christian Jambet, au centre.

On ne plaisantait pas! Qui doit guider? Ils prennent cela au pied de la lettre. Mais il existe bien deux plans, celui du monde sensible, visible, et celui du monde invisible. Ces philosophes ne savent pas qui il est. Y a-t-il eu des saints philosophes? Il est le dernier grand. Tout est bien. Votre livre a pour titre Le Gouvernement divin. Ils ont une pratique intellective, jusque dans le commentaire du Coran.

Il ne guide pas quelques-uns, mais tous. Il avait lu Corbin. La conversion des conversions. Cela suppose une insufflation terrible. Non seulement le jihad est devenu le signe des signes, mais il suppose de tuer le plus possible et de mourir.

Vous retrouvez toutes les traditions du paradis des martyrs, et certaines traditions mystiques valorisant le martyre. Il y a des similitudes avec le gnosticisme. De temps en temps dans un chapitre vous avez des vers.



Once affirmed, this conviction converts smoothly into various systems of thought, until either every attestation of the real is renounced, or at least until the real is thoroughly separated from its theological identity with the one. Whatever the merits of this decision may be, its unavoidable consequence is to conceal what is at stake, metaphysically, when the mind acknowledges that the highest power resides in the one. Philosophy…is a reflexive work of transformation applied upon oneself…so as to accord with a way of thinking that holds, in principle for anyone at all. Rather, for Jambet, revolution belongs to the category of Spirit precisely because it is Spirit that is said to be the locus of the genesis of novel forms of both thinking and living. So, if revolution is to mean anything it must necessarily be so many instances i. In any event, it is the radical transformation of oneself and the world that remains at stake. So, on what basis is Jambet able to claim that Revolution is only said of Spirit and not of the World?



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