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Kojève : L'homme qui voulait tout savoir


  • Laurent Bibard

    () (ESSEC Business School - Essec Business School)


Alexandre Kojève thought suffers from the provocative way the philosopher initially insisted on the notion of End of History. Alexandre Kojève philosophical enquiry fairly overcomes this notion, towards a comprehensive understanding of the whole human life. This understanding particularly involves a breakthrough concerning the understanding of the most advanced sciences of our time. Understanding Kojeve thought consequently demands not only to understand his thought on the final historical Law (see An Outline of a Phenomenology of Right), but what Kojève called the "objective reality" as well.

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  • Laurent Bibard, 2016. "Kojève : L'homme qui voulait tout savoir," Working Papers hal-01373047, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:wpaper:hal-01373047
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    Kojeve; History; Law; Objective reality; Time; Droit; Histoire; Réalité objective; Temps;

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