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Expiation, progress and revolution : the philosophy of history of Pierre-Simon Ballanche.
Arthur Harold McCalla
Written in English
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Pierre-Simon Ballanche (4 August – 12 June ) was a French writer and counterrevolutionary philosopher, who elaborated a theology of progress that possessed considerable influence in French literary circles in the beginning of the nineteenth century. Ballanche, Pierre-Simon: La ville des expiations(The city of expiations), Balzac, Honoré de, 17, –1,–2 Comédie humaine, 17 preface to Comédie humaine, Expiation, review of Stendhal, Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Aikin), –4, The British novelists, 18Epistles on women, ‘On the.
On Ballanche, see Arthur McCalla, A Romantic Historiosophy: The Philosophy of History of Pierre- Simon Ballanche (Leiden, ), ; for Heine’s paraphrasing, see ibid., n. progress, so a brief account of that context is necessary.
e view that progress is a vast process can be traced back to the advent of Christianity, whose emphasis on man’s fallen nature led to the idea that man is acting in the dark and that history is the movement of God working out his own mysterious purposes.
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Click the link for more information., Pierre-Simon Ballanche Ballanche, Pierre-Simon, –, French philosopher. A frequenter of Mme Récamier's salon, he was elected to the Académie française in He is regarded as the precursor of both liberal Catholicism and romanticism.
Click the link for more information. Deleuze’s goal, which he ultimately finds to be tenuous and problematic, is to uncover a commonality in the figures, so scattered and dispersed across time and place he offers up: the medieval millenarian Joachim of Fiore, Enlightenment philosopher Giambattista Vico, and Pierre-Simon Ballanche, a largely forgotten French philosopher who.
Recent work on Ballanche includes a new biography by GisÃ¨le Herve, Pierre-Simon Ballanche (NÃ®mes, ); and Arthur McCallaâ s in-depth study of his ideas of progress, A Romantic Historiosophy: The Philosophy of History of Pierre-Simon Ballanche (Leiden, ).
The theory of language they develop is part of a philosophy of eclecticism which meets the needs of French middle classes before and after the revolution of July This same philosophy supports Pierre-Simon Ballanche's essay on social institutions (), which makes linguistic philosophy subservient to a project of bourgeois hegemony, and.
The Philosophy of History of Pierre-Simon Ballanche, p. Si les mentions de Ballanche restent assez rares dans la correspondance de Liszt jusqu’à la fin de sa vie, il est indéniable que celles de Lamennais sont plus fréquentes.
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In his discussion of the origins and development of the city, Hugo opts to tell the history of Paris through the language of Pierre-Simon Ballanche's social palingenesis and the Christ story.
Drawing upon these two eschatologieal narratives, Hugo suggests that the globalization of a supreme Paris is both a scientific surety and a predestined end. General history of civilization in Europe: from the fall of the Roman empire to the French Revolution / (New York: D.
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