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J-P. SARTRE ET J.KRISHNAMURTI : DEUX "ATHEISMES" POUR UNE MORALE

Author: FABIENNE FAUCHE; MICHEL HULIN
Publisher: [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1998.
Dissertation: Thèse de doctorat : Philosophie : Paris 4 : 1998.
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : FrenchView all editions and formats
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CE TRAVAIL RAPPROCHE LES UVRES DE J.-P. SARTRE ET DE J. KRISHNAMURTI. DESIGNE COMME LE FUTUR MESSIE PAR LA SOCIETE THEOSOPHIQUE, CELUI-CI REFUSE CE ROLE ET MET LA LIBERATION INCONDITIONNELLE DES HOMMES AU CUR DE SES PREOCCUPATIONS. VOICI DONC DEUX PHILOSOPHIES DE LA LIBERTE ET DE L'EXISTENCE. S'ACCORDANT POUR DECLARER QUE "DIEU EST MORT", ELLES SOULIGNENT LA PERVERSION DES MORALES TRADITIONNELLES ET REFUSENT LE
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Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: FABIENNE FAUCHE; MICHEL HULIN
OCLC Number: 490466804
Notes: 1998PA040128.
Description: 1 vol., 486 p.
Other Titles: J-P SARTRE AND J.KRISHNAMURTI TWO "ATHEISMS" FOR ONE MORALITY
Responsibility: FABIENNE FAUCHE ; SOUS LA DIRECTION DE MICHEL HULIN.

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CE TRAVAIL RAPPROCHE LES UVRES DE J.-P. SARTRE ET DE J. KRISHNAMURTI. DESIGNE COMME LE FUTUR MESSIE PAR LA SOCIETE THEOSOPHIQUE, CELUI-CI REFUSE CE ROLE ET MET LA LIBERATION INCONDITIONNELLE DES HOMMES AU CUR DE SES PREOCCUPATIONS. VOICI DONC DEUX PHILOSOPHIES DE LA LIBERTE ET DE L'EXISTENCE. S'ACCORDANT POUR DECLARER QUE "DIEU EST MORT", ELLES SOULIGNENT LA PERVERSION DES MORALES TRADITIONNELLES ET REFUSENT LE SECOURS DE TOUTE RELIGION. QUELLE MORALE ALORS ENVISAGER, DANS LE CONTEXTE D'URGENCE D'UN XXEME SIECLE CHAOTIQUE ? DANS LES DEUX CAS, L'HOMME EST SEUL - AINSI DEBARRASSE DES SCORIES DU PASSE, DES MENSONGES ET DE L'ALIENATION. MAIS CHEZ SARTRE, LE REPLI SUR LA SPHERE HUMAINE REND DIFFICILE LA FONDATION DE LA MORALE ET LA LIBERATION DU CONFLIT ET DE LA VIOLENCE. CHEZ KRISHNAMURTI, L'HOMME SEUL S'OUVRE A L' "AUTRE", L'"ALTERITE RADICALE", DANS UNE LIBERTE VENANT AVEC LA FIN DE L'EGO, LORSQUE LA PENSEE PREND CONSCIENCE DE SES PROPRES LIMITES. APRES UN INTERESSANT NEGATIVISME, SARTRE VALORISE UNE ACTION ACHARNEE ET UNE VOLONTE DE POSITIF SOURCE D'ECHECS. KRISHNAMURTI, BARRANT LES VOIES TRADITIONNELLES, PRONE LE REJET DU FAUX ET UNE ATTITUDE DE NON-AGIR PSYCHOLOGIQUE SUSCEPTIBLE DE DESAMORCER LES CONDUITES CONDITIONNEES. SA SENSIBILITE A CE QUI EST EVEILLE ALORS UNE INTELLIGENCE QUI EST AMOUR ET PERMET L'ACTION JUSTE. DANS CETTE PERSPECTIVE, KRISHNAMURTI ENCOURAGE UNE EDUCATION DIFFERENTE VISANT LE LIBRE EPANOUISSEMENT D'INDIVIDUS SANS PEUR.

THIS STUDY COMPARES THE WORKS OF J. - P. SARTRE AND J. KRISHNAMURTI. DESIGNATED AS THE FUTURE MESSIAH BY THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, HE REFUSED THIS ROLE AND MADE OF MAN'S INCONDITIONAL FREEDOM HIS MAIN CONCERN. THUS, HERE ARE TWO PHILOSOPHIES FOCUSED ON FREEDOM AND EXISTENCE. AGREEING WITH THE AFFIRMATION THAT "GOD IS DEAD", THEY EMPHASIZE THE PERVERSION OF TRADITIONAL MORALS AND REFUSE THE HELP OF ANY RELIGION. SO, WHICH MORALITY CAN BE PROPOSED, IN THIS CONTEXT OF URGENCY CHARACTERISTIC OF THE CHAOTIC XXTH CENTURY ? IN BOTH CASES, MAN IS ALONE - ALLEVIATED FROM THE BURDEN OF THE PAST, OF FALSEHOOD AND ALIENATION. BUT SARTRE, WHO CONSIDERS ONLY THE HUMAN SPHERE, HAS A DIFFICULTY TO FIND A GROUND FOR HIS ETHICS, AND CANNOT GET RID OF CONFLICT AND VIOLENCE. ACCORDING TO KRISHNAMURTI, THE SITUATION OF ALONENESS LEADS TO THE "OTHER" (OR "OTHERNESS"), WHEN THOUGHT BECOMES AWARE OF ITS OWN LIMITATIONS. AFTER AN INTERESTING PERIOD OF NEGATION, SARTRE CHOOSES RESTLESS ACTION AND PURSUES POSITIVITY - A SOURCE OF FAILURE. KRISHNAMURTI, REJECTING THE TRADITIONAL WAYS, INSISTS ON AN ATTITUDE BASED ON NEGATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL NONACTION, THAT CAN STOP CONDITION NED BEHAVIOURS. THEN, SENSITIVITY TO WHAT IS AWAKES AN INTELLIGENCE THAT IS LOVE AND LEADS TO RIGHT ACTION. IN THIS AIM, KRISHNAMURTI SUPPORTS A DIFFERENT KIND OF EDUCATION THAT ENCOURAGES THE FREE FLOWERING OF INDIVIDUALS WITHOUT FEAR.

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