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Jules de Gaultier and LaRochefauld
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Full Title: Official Philosophy and Philosophy. Author: Jules de Gaultier. Publisher: Philosophical Library, pages. Light wear and yellowing; a musty odor from years of storage but a solid binding. Translated from the French by Gerald M. Spring. The jacket has some wear and tear.
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Jules de Gaultier (born in in Paris, died in in Boulogne-sur-Seine), born Jules Achille de Gaultier de Laguionie, was a French philosopher and essayist.
He was a contributor to Mercure de France and one of the chief advocates of "nietzscheism" in vogue in the literary circles of the was known especially for his theory of "bovarysme" (the name taken from Flaubert's novel), by Authority control: BNF: cbv (data), GND:.
In France De Gaultier comes slowly to the fore because he is an “unofficial philosopher” and because, as Mr. Ellis says in his compact, condensed, and clearly written exposition of De Gaultier’s philosophy, “the guardians of the status quo scented a menace and have, in one way or another, and by the usual insidious methods, blocked the.
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Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Jules De Gaultier books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Jules de Gaultier (, Paris -Boulogne-sur-Mer, Pas-de-Calais), ne Jules Achille de Gaultier de Laguionie, etait un philosophe francais.
Fortement influence par Arthur Schopenhauer et par Nietzsche, il a lui-meme influence Georges Palante, avec lequel il eut, enune violente polemique qui faillit se conclure par un duel. Works by Jules De Gaultier (view other items matching `Jules de Gaultier`, view all matches) 4 found.
Jules de Gaultier - - Philosophical Forum 40 (2) Jules de Gaultier - - Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press. 19th Century French Philosophy in 19th Century Philosophy.
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– Jules de Gaultier J ois de La Rochefoucauld J In nature, there are neither rewards nor punishments -- there are. Addeddate Identifier bub_gal_ark__bpt6kx Identifier-ark ark://t1gj49w38 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Pages 99 Scanner Gallica. Gaultier, Jules ((de)) Gaultier, Jules de: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spring, Gerald Max, Ultimate meaning of Jules de Gaultier.
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Quotation, n: The act of repeating erroneously the words of another. -- Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary In times like these, it helps to recall that there have always been times like these. -- Paul Harvey Imagination is the one weapon in the war against reality. -- Jules de Gaultier The two most common elements.
Jules de Gaultier () was a French philosopher and advocate of Nietzschean philosophy. He coined the term bovarysme, taking the name from Flaubert's novel, to refer to a tendency toward escapist daydreaming in which a person imagines himself or herself to be a hero or heroine, while ignoring : £ Looking for books by François de La Rochefoucauld.
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Ellis has been a student of the philosophy of Jules De Gaultier for many years, and in this brochure he has given to the English-speaking world for the first time a complete survey, of the Frenchman’s philosophy of Bovarysm and his great doctrine of universal illusion as the condition of life, together with an exposition of his cosmic aesthetic: life is justified by its spectacular and.
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Born Jules Achille de Gaultier de Laguionie, was a French philosopher. Quotes #1. (Source unknown – but certainly not from Lewis Carroll’s books) Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality. (from Jules de Gaultier) Read more (about) misquotations on my blog.
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Browse quotes by authors. Letter: J [Page 66] Author About Life dates; Judith Jones: Book editor: Ma - "Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality" is a quote by Jules de Gaultier, and has nothing to do with the Cheshire Cat or Alice in.
Théophile Gautier, poet, novelist, critic, and journalist whose influence was strongly felt in the period of changing sensibilities in French literature—from the early Romantic period to the aestheticism and naturalism of the end of the 19th century. Gautier lived most of his life in Paris. At the.
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Although he only officially published his Memoirs and his Maxims, his literary production is dense. Enjoy the best Joseph Joubert Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Joseph Joubert, French Writer, Born May 7, Share with your friends.The word was coined (in French) by Jules de Gaultier in his book Le Bovarysme.
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