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DISCOURS DE LA SERVITUDE VOLONTAIRE (French) Mass Market Paperback – Jul 1 1997


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Comment se fait-il que les hommes combattent pour leur servitude comme s'il s'agissait de leur salut ? Cette question, qui sera reprise par Spinoza et réactualisée par la domination totalitaire, est au coeur du Discours de la servitude volontaire de La Boétie.
Loin d'être un pamphlet d'inspiration libérale et démocratique, comme l'a cru à tort la postérité, ce livre reste à découvrir ; Pierre Clastres et Claude Lefort s'efforcent ici d'arracher La Boétie à la méconnaissance. N'est-il pas le grand antagoniste à la hauteur de Machiavel ? Comme si leurs deux noms symbolisaient le paradoxe du politique : Machiavel pensait le pouvoir avec la liberté ; La Boétie pensait le pouvoir contre la liberté. --This text refers to an alternate Mass Market Paperback edition.

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