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He points out not only that evil is not justified, but that it cannot be justified, since it is the constitutive element of our self. Evil, by deceiving our awareness, prevents rational self-consciousness and prevents further reflections. Therefore, in the search to understand the phenomenon of evil it is necessary to look for new cognitive perspectives.
Paul Ricoeur decided to accomplish that by the study of myth. Decades later, the problem of evil was faced by Paul Jean Baudrillard in his analysis of the social sphere. The article attempts to indicate the novelty of the conceptions of the French thinkers. They appear to be important in view of the changes in the understanding of the concept of rationality taking place during the last century.
Rationalisation is one of the tools which humanity used to revoke or deny evil. At the same time it shows other, valuable perspectives for reflection on the contemporary understanding of evil. Evil, which on the one hand is cancelled from social consciousness, and on the other hand achieves more success.
Save to Library. Nabert La philosophie reflexive. Cristina Viana. Yes indeed, if nothing in his philosophical intuitive method changed during the thirty years in between. Following Jean Nabert , this paper wants to show that the bergsonian philosophical method changes much in , forced to abandon its immediacy and discovering mediacy.
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Nabert, Jean Overview. Publication Timeline. Most widely held works about Jean Nabert. Most widely held works by Jean Nabert. Elements for an ethic by Jean Nabert Book 42 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. El autor de este Ensayo
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