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Gregorianum 2021 Fasc. 1

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05 - Mercier Paul - Pourquoi une philosophie de la veille ?

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Pourquoi une philosophie de la veille ?

Introduction a une experience possible de la veille grâce aux pensees de Gabriel Marcel et Pierre Boutang

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In this article, we deal with the experience of watchfulness, which has been forgotten, or even erased by the omnipresence of surveillance. This passage from watchfulness to surveillance would amount to a reduction of Reason to Understanding (in the philosophy of Descartes, for instance): therefore, how can we watch, if it is the «exosomatisation» of understanding which monitors our everyday life? After exposing as much as we can what opposes the modern to the postmodern, we propose a a reading implying both a progress of the mind and a spiritual return: this movement specific to the watcher, but also to the Christian viator, has been incarnated in the thought of two twentieth-century philosophers: Gabriel Marcel and Pierre Boutang. In doing so, we propose a general plan for the possibility of a philosophy of watchfulness that includes four kinds of watchfulness: the personal watchfulness, the analogical one, the intersubjective one and the eonian one.

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Mercier Paul 

Pourquoi une philosophie de la veille ?

Introduction a une experience possible de la veille grâce aux pensees de Gabriel Marcel et Pierre Boutang

ABSTRACT

In this article, we deal with the experience of watchfulness, which has been forgotten, or even erased by the omnipresence of surveillance. This passage from watchfulness to surveillance would amount to a reduction of Reason to Understanding (in the philosophy of Descartes, for instance): therefore, how can we watch, if it is the «exosomatisation» of understanding which monitors our everyday life? After exposing as much as we can what opposes the modern to the postmodern, we propose a a reading implying both a progress of the mind and a spiritual return: this movement specific to the watcher, but also to the Christian viator, has been incarnated in the thought of two twentieth-century philosophers: Gabriel Marcel and Pierre Boutang. In doing so, we propose a general plan for the possibility of a philosophy of watchfulness that includes four kinds of watchfulness: the personal watchfulness, the analogical one, the intersubjective one and the eonian one.

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