‎Péret Benjamin: ‎
‎Je sublime. ‎

‎ Editions surréalistes, 1936. In-16 broché, couverture à rabats. Dos insolé, nom de possesseur sur garde. ‎

Reference : 7317

‎Edition originale au tirage total annoncé de 241 exemplaires numérotés, le nôtre ne l'étant pas. ‎

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Reference : 60054


‎Beobachtungen ÃŒber das GefÃŒhl des SchÃnen und Erhabenen. - [KANT'S FIRST OBSERVATIONS ON THE SUBLIME]‎

‎KÃnigsberg, Jacob Kanter, 1764. Small 8vo. Contemporary half calf with some wear, especially to spine and edges of boards. Gilt title-label to spine. Some brownspotting, but an overall very good copy with no actual flaws. Woodcut title-vignette and woodcut head- and end-vignette. Two old owners' signatures to front free end-paper: Harald HÞffding and Gustaf Munch-Pedersen. (2), 110 pp. ‎

‎The very rare first edition of Kant's first work on aesthetics, a fundamental Kantian theme that he would pursue throughout the rest of his life and that would take up great parts of his philosophic work, most significantly in the Critique of Judgment from 1790. ""Kant's account of the sublime has been influential in literary theory, and the sublime also plays a significant role in Kant's account of the connection between aesthetic judgment and morality."" (SEP). Although written at the beginning of Kant's philosophical career and anticipating the critical period by decades, the present work represents a cornerstone of Kantian philosophy. Not only is it the first time that he deals with themes that are later to become absolutely essential to him, it is also a work that presents us with the philosopher in the making. ""On April 22, 1764, Immanuel Kant turned 40 years old, reaching what would turn out to be the midpoint of his life. From his humble beginnings as the son of a father who was a harness maker and a mother who was a devoted Pietist, Kant had risen through school to graduate in philosophy from the University of Konigsberg"" and 1764 marked the year in which Kant was first offered a professorship, the highest honor of his academic guild. By the end of his life, forty years later, Kant had become the most influential philosopher in Europe. This influence was due primarily to a series of Critiques, the first of which - Kant's Critique of Pure Reason - was not published until 1781, when Kant was already 56 years old. In the wake of that ""all-crushing"" book, Kant developed a philosophical system to make sense of our understanding of the world and moral obligations, an a priori system within which pure reason held sway. But in 1764 Kant was not offered a professorship in metaphysics or logic, but in rhetoric and poetry. In this year he published a short book - Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and the Sublime... written in a playful and entertaining style"" (Patrick Frierson's Introduction to the Cambridge-edition of the work, 2011, p. VII). ""Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and the Sublime represents the pinnacle of Kant's popular writing."" (p. XI) ""Kant starts with a general discussion of the distinction between feelings for the sublime and for the beautiful. To anyone familiar with either Edmund Burke's A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful or Kant's own later treatment of the beautiful and sublime in the Critique of the Power of Judgment, it will be clear why Kant entitled his book Observations rather than Philosophical Enquiry. Kant's observation that ""the sublime touches, the beautiful charms,"" or his distinction between ""the terrifying sublime, . . . the noble, and . . . the magnificent"" hardly measure up to the standards of a workedout aesthetic theory. But Kant uses these distinctions between the beautiful and the sublime to offer up a set of observations about human nature that fits well into the tradition of empirical reflections on human nature that includes such works as Hume's ""Of National Character."" (Ibid. p. XII). ""The essay was completed in 1763 when Kant, hardly forty and already a successful philosophic and scientific author, was enjoying his first years as an instructor at the University of KÃnigsberg where he was by all accounts a lively and popular teacher⊠1763 is also approximately the year in which Kant first read Rousseau's ""Emile""-both the occasion for the well-known story about Kant's interrupted walk and the cause, according to Kant's famous confession, of a fundamental redirection of his thinking. ""I am by natural inclination a researcher.. and I thought that this alone could constitute the honor of man"" ""Rousseau set me upright. And I would consider myself more useless than the ordinary worker if everything I did not contribute to establishing/securing the rights of man."" ""It is fitting,"" he wrote in the same series of notes, ""that a human being expend his life on teaching others how to live by propagating (ziehen) ""Emile"". Would that Rousseau showed how, on the basis of his book (""Emile""), there could spring forth schools."" All of Kant's subsequent philosophy can be understood as an attempted answer to that implicit question. ""Observations on the Feeling of the Beautiful and the Sublime"" helps mark a first stage in that effort."" (ISI Archive, 2014). Provenance: The book has belonged to two important Danish thinkers: Harald HÞffding (1843-1931), who was one of the leading Danish philosophers of the turn of the century. Born and educated in Copenhagen, he became a schoolmaster, and ultimately in 1883 a professor at the University of Copenhagen. He was strongly influenced by SÞren Kierkegaard in his early development, but later became a positivist, retaining and combining with it the spirit and method of practical psychology and the critical school. The physicist Niels Bohr studied philosophy from and became a friend of HÞffding. And Gustaf Munch-Petersen (1912 -1938), who was a famous Danish writer and painter. He wrote surreal prose-poems that were groundbreaking in his time and that greatly influenced later writers. He had his debut as a writer with ""Det nÞgne menneske"" from 1932 and had his pictures shown on different exhibitions in 1932. In 1937, he joined the International Brigades and fought in the Spanish Civil War, where he died the following year.‎


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‎Kant (Emmanuel) - Roger Kempf ed.‎

Reference : 86015


‎Observations sur le sentiment du beau et du sublime - Traduction, introduction et notes de Roger Kempf‎

‎Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin , Bibliothèque des Textes Philosophiques Malicorne sur Sarthe, 72, Pays de la Loire, France 1953 Book Condition, Etat : Bon broché , sous couverture imprimée éditeur crème In-8 1 vol. - 84 pages‎

‎ édition de 1953, sans doute une première édition de cette traduction de Roger Kempf Contents, Chapitres : Introduction, 6 pages - Observations sur le sentiment du beau et du sublime : Des différents objets du sentiment du beau et du sublime - Des qualités du beau et du sublime touchant l'homme en général - De la différence du beau et du sublime dans le rapport des sexes - Extraits des remarques touchant les Observations sur le sentiment du beau et du sublime - Notes - Kant distingue deux types de beau : la beauté libre et la beauté adhérente. Le « sublime » : Pour Kant, le sublime se distingue du beau en ce qu'il « dépasse » ou excède notre entendement. « L'art ne veut pas la représentation d'une belle chose mais la belle représentation d'une chose ». On retrouve ici la place qu'occupe chez Kant la faculté de juger, et l'interprétation de « lesthétisme » se fait par une appréciation variable d'un individu à l'autre. Les neurosciences ont récemment prouvé la thèse de Kant stipulant que pour apprécier proprement une uvre d'art, il est nécessaire de se distancer émotionnellement de celle-ci. En effet, on se rend compte que de présenter une photo comme uvre d'art change l'appréciation de celle-ci, ainsi que l'activité cérébrale qui lui est reliée. Il y aurait en fait un mécanisme de régulation émotionnelle implicite, induit par le contexte artistique, jouant un rôle dans la distance psychologique et l'attention devant les propriétés esthétiques. Ainsi, l'art est profondément dépendant de notre faculté de jugement. (source : Wikipedia) couverture à peine jaunie avec quelques petites micro taches discretes, intérieur sinon propre, papier à peine jauni, cela reste un bon exemplaire‎

Librairie Internet Philoscience - Malicorne-sur-Sarthe
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Reference : R200096406


‎N°1 - 86e ANNEE - JANVIER/FEVRIER 1986 -- REVUE D'HISTOIRE LITTERAIRE DE LA FRANCE : LE SUBLIME : Théorie et pratique du style au Moyen Age : le sublime et le merveille, par D. Poirion - Sublime et parole de Dieu : de Saint Augustin à Fénelon, par A. Mic‎

‎ARMAND COLIN. 1986. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 175 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 70.49-Presse illustrée, magazines, revues‎

‎SOMMAIRE : LE SUBLIME : Théorie et pratique du style au Moyen Age : le sublime et le merveille, par D. Poirion - Sublime et parole de Dieu : de Saint Augustin à Fénelon, par A. Michel - Julien Sorel et le sublime : étude de la poétique d'un personnage, par M. Crouzet,etc. Classification Dewey : 70.49-Presse illustrée, magazines, revues‎


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EUR29.80 (€29.80 )

‎LYOTARD (Jean-François)‎

Reference : 569307


ISBN : 9782718603902

‎Leçons sur l'Analytique du sublime. Kant, Critique de la faculté de juger, ch.23-29.‎

‎P., Galilée, 1991. In-8 br. couv. rempliée, 295 pp., index, ex-libris manuscrit. Bonne cond.‎

‎. Sommaire : 1. La réflexion esthétique. 2. Comparaison du sublime avec le goût. 3. Examen catégoriel du sublime. 4. Le sublime comme synthèse mathématique. 5. Le sublime comme synthèse dynamique. 6. Quelques signes de l'hétérogénéité. 7. Esthétique et éthique dans le beau et le sublime. 8. Le partage du goût. 9. Le partage du sentiment sublime.‎


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‎SWIFT (Johantan)‎

Reference : 9759


‎Le conte du tonneau, contenant tout ce que les arts, et les sciences ont de plus sublime, et de plus mystérieux. Avec plusieurs autres pièces très curieuses. Par le fameux Dr. Swift. Traduit de l'anglois‎

‎La Haye, Henri Scheurleer, 1721. 415 g 2 tomes en un volume in-12, plein veau, [12] ff., 300 pp., [6] ff.; [7] ff., 286 pp., [5] ff.. Edition originale de la première traduction française, due à Justus Van Effen. Brunet, V, 603. Usures aux coiffes et aux coins, frottements. . (Catégories : Littérature, )‎

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