Contrôler le territoire philosophique à coups de canon : l’éclipse de « l’histoire comparée » de Joseph-Marie de Gérando (1772-1842) à l’orée d’une juridiction de l’incomparable

Abstract : The rivalry between models of canonization to establish a philosophical jurisdiction is little studied in the history of philosophy. Therefore, the aim of this chapter is to understand the eclipse of a narrative – comparative history – developed by Joseph-Marie De Gérando (1772-1842). Based on a rhetorical analysis of "comparison", the case study shows three epistemic functions that contribute to meditate the past of the faculties of the soul to perfect them: a doxography as a theoretical aim, a "natural history" as a scientific method, a psychology of the faculties of the human soul as a result.
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Samuel Lézé. Contrôler le territoire philosophique à coups de canon : l’éclipse de « l’histoire comparée » de Joseph-Marie de Gérando (1772-1842) à l’orée d’une juridiction de l’incomparable. Catherine König-Pralong, Mario Meliado, Zornisa Radeva (eds) The Territories of Philosophy in Modern Historiography, Turnhout, Brepols Publishers (« Cahiers Quaestio »), pp. 223-44, 1 (1), Brepols Publishers, pp.223-44, 2019, Cahiers Quaestio, ⟨10.1484/M.ADARG-EB.5.117619⟩. ⟨halshs-02006080⟩

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