Latour on Charles Péguy in New Literary History

Object-Oriented Philosophy

Péguy, a remarkably talented Catholic author who perished in WWI, is one of Latour’s least-discussed influences. Now I see that Latour has an article on the topic in New Literary History, Vol. 46, No. 1 (2015).

There’s no free PDF; otherwise, I would link to it.

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tayoulevy

retired from teacher in philosophy, i try harder to keep up which is not always easy. I love various sites very interesting at WP and hope to find others. I will sart with two set of notes for preparation of works on memory and on the body. The more interaction, the better

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