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N°12 | Le corps guerrier

Monique Castillo

Le corps collectif du soldat

1 Paroles de Poilus. Lettres et carnets du front, 1914-1918, introduction by Jean-Pierre Guéno, Paris, Librio / Radio France, 1998, p. 7.

2 Edmond Rostand, L’Aiglon, Act II, scene IX.

3 We make free use of an opposition characteristic of Bergson’s philosophy.

4 Hegel, Philosophy of right, § 261, French translation by A. Kaan, Paris, Gallimard, Idées, 1940, p. 278.

5 Ibid, § 328, p. 358.

6 Paroles de Poilus. op. cit., p. 16.

7 Michel Foucault, The Will to Truth, Paris, Gallimard, 1976, p. 188.

8 Ibid., p. 183.

9 José Ortega y Gasset, The Revolt of the masses, Paris, Stock, 1961, p. 198.

10 Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The social Contract, Book IV, chapterIV.

11 Thomas Mann’s Observations of an apolitical man, published in 1919, express the same premonition but in German and for the safeguard of the highest culture in the future of Europe.

12 Charles Péguy, L’Argent, Suite, in Œuvres en prose 1909-1914, Paris, Gallimard, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade, 1968, p. 1218.

13 Jean Jaurès, The New Army, Paris, Éditions sociales, 1978, p. 326.

14 Guy Debord, Society of the spectacle, Paris, Gallimard, 1967.

15 René Girard, in his book Achever Clausewitz (2007), strives to predict the apocalyptic outcome of this global process.

1 Paroles de Poilus. Lettres et carnets du front, 1914-1918, introduction by Jean-Pierre Guéno, Paris, Librio / Radio France, 1998, p. 7.

2 Edmond Rostand, L’Aiglon, Act II, scene IX.

3 We make free use of an opposition characteristic of Bergson’s philosophy.

4 Hegel, Philosophy of right, § 261, French translation by A. Kaan, Paris, Gallimard, Idées, 1940, p. 278.

5 Ibid, § 328, p. 358.

6 Paroles de Poilus. op. cit., p. 16.

7 Michel Foucault, The Will to Truth, Paris, Gallimard, 1976, p. 188.

8 Ibid., p. 183.

9 José Ortega y Gasset, The Revolt of the masses, Paris, Stock, 1961, p. 198.

10 Jean-Jacques Rousseau, The social Contract, Book IV, chapterIV.

11 Thomas Mann’s Observations of an apolitical man, published in 1919, express the same premonition but in German and for the safeguard of the highest culture in the future of Europe.

12 Charles Péguy, L’Argent, Suite, in Œuvres en prose 1909-1914, Paris, Gallimard, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade, 1968, p. 1218.

13 Jean Jaurès, The New Army, Paris, Éditions sociales, 1978, p. 326.

14 Guy Debord, Society of the spectacle, Paris, Gallimard, 1967.

15 René Girard, in his book Achever Clausewitz (2007), strives to predict the apocalyptic outcome of this global process.

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