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L' HOMME RÉVOLTÉ (French) Mass Market Paperback – Jun 1 1985

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: GALLIMARD (May 1 1985)
  • Language: French
  • ISBN-10: 2070323021
  • ISBN-13: 978-2070323029
  • Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 2 x 17.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 200 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #91,446 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Essai majeur de l'oeuvre d'Albert Camus, L'Homme révolté est un livre prophétique sur la situation politique et sociale de la France des années cinquante. Marquant l'engagement philosophique de Camus, cet ouvrage est une relecture personnelle des grandes étapes de l'esprit de révolte, de la Révolution française à la Révolution russe. Les grands penseurs, de Sade à Nietzsche en passant par Marx ou Saint-Just sont évoqués et analysés, de même que les grands courants de pensée à la marge ou aux extrêmes, des nihilistes aux surréalistes en passant par les anarchistes ou les royalistes.

Grand essai érudit et cultivé, dans l'esprit de l'honnête homme, cet ouvrage aborde la révolte sous ses aspects métaphysique, historique, et artistique. Plus que de toutes autres de ses oeuvres, on retrouve ici exprimée l'évolution de l'esprit contestataire de Camus, qui fait de cet essai un classique absolu. L'Homme révolté est une sorte de Lipstick Traces avant l'heure, en moins rock'n'roll certes mais tout aussi remarquable. --Florent Mazzoleni

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Albert Camus naît à Mondovi, en Algérie, en 1913. Pendant la seconde guerrre mondiale, il intègre un mouvement de résistance à Paris, puis devient rédacteur en chef du journal "Combat" à la Libération. Romancier, dramaturge et essayiste, il signe notamment "L'étranger" (1942) et "La Peste" (1947), et reçoit le prix Nobel de littérature en 1957. Il meurt en 1960 dans un accident de voiture. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.


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A courageous and extraordinary essay,"The Rebel" (English title) was written at a time when many French intellectuals were either members of the Communist party and/or apologists for Stalin. The moral authority of France's intellectual 'elite' was unquestionably sympathetic to the orthodox Left in the immediate postwar period of the late 40's through the 50's. Camus' essay represents what philosophers Richard Rorty and Jurgen Habermas both envision as the highest vocation for the model citizen: Camus protests "in the name of the society itself against those aspects of the society which are unfaithful to its own self-image." (Rorty, Contigency, irony, and solidarity, 1989, p.60).
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A courageous and extraordinary essay,"The Rebel" (English title) was written at a time when many French intellectuals were either members of the Communist party and/or apologists for Stalin. The moral authority of France's intellectual 'elite' was unquestionably sympathetic to the orthodox Left in the immediate postwar period of the late 40's through the 50's. Camus' essay represents what philosophers Richard Rorty and Jurgen Habermas both envision as the highest vocation for the model citizen: Camus protests "in the name of the society itself against those aspects of the society which are unfaithful to its own self-image." (Rorty, Contigency, irony, and solidarity, 1989, p.60).
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