Clío

Diálogo entre la historia y el alma pagana

Clío - Charles Peguy - Cactus
Publisher name: 
Cactus
Year of publication: 
2009
Pages: 
296

Late nineteenth, early twentieth century. Revelation and starting point. Someone has (re) (un) covered the world, he has thought again. Charles Peguy notes Bergson's duration, but not as one reviews a new thesis but as living to whom something sticks her skin: What is undeniable is that all the time does not pass at the same speed and according to the same pace. There part of this dialogue between his pagan soul (or classical) and history. It is as if the entire duration is to tuck Peguy through the pores, and put to speak through him. A drift made man thrown into the flow of the living. And a reckoning with all (modern) tradition that nullifies what remained of life in Clio (history). After all, a grudge match with itself, and are the last, since a couple of years after this trial (1909-1913) Peguy definitely will pay off in the battlefield a mistake. A farewell and a passage, a last...read more

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Book: Clío

ISBN: 9789872407568
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