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Sur le mouvement volontaire en tant que réflexion ou création : essai sur la philosophie de Maine de Biran par l’entremise de Félix Ravaisson et de Kitarô Nishida

Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to prove a philosophical notion of Maine de Biran: the “immediate apperception (aperception immédiate)”. The immediate apperception is the moment when I know myself, or when I grab immediately the evidence of my existence. Biran links this moment to voluntary movement, a movement which has its purpose in itself. What is a philosophical signification of this connection? In this thesis, with the study of Félix Ravaisson and of Kitaro Nishida, we will find that the voluntary movement in Biran is, at first, a reflection (réflexion), which lets us know ourselves. We will also find that it should be considered as a creation, an act of taking part in the real and historical world.
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Mika Imono. Sur le mouvement volontaire en tant que réflexion ou création : essai sur la philosophie de Maine de Biran par l’entremise de Félix Ravaisson et de Kitarô Nishida. Philosophie. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013TOU20019⟩. ⟨tel-00878832⟩

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