Category: French

Rousseau’s Philosophy Summary 0

Rousseau’s Philosophy Summary

The Philosophy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau Genevan philosopher writing in French, Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote essentially: – Discourse on the Sciences and Arts (1750) – Discourse on the Origin of Inequality among men (1755) – The...

Descartes: I think therefore I am 0

Descartes: I think therefore I am

I think therefore I am: Descartes’s cogito This quote was taken from the Discourse on Method by René Descartes. Descartes is looking for an unalterable foundation to build the knowledge, a fixed point from which knowledge could be...

Sartre VS Camus 0

Sartre VS Camus

Introduction on Sartre vs Camus : War & Philosophy : An historical background The relationship between Sartre/Camus has modeled the post-war french philosophy. Since 1943, Sartre and Camus, great friends, are everywhere together. The...

Camus and Absurdism 0

Camus and Absurdism

The Concept of absurd plays a major role in Camus and existentialism philosophy: the Stranger (1942) and the Myth of Sisyphus (1942) defines the absurd as the divorce between man and the world. General...