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By Paolo Gomarasca

L’objectif du présent travail est avant tout de retracer le célèbre clivage cartésien entre pensée et corps, à partir d’une examine épistémologique de los angeles disqualification - opérée par Descartes - du rôle cognitif de l’imagination. L’auteur approfondit, d’un element de vue phénoménologique, trois ideas symptomatiques de l’époque moderne, pour repenser le statut anthropologique et politique du sujet de façon unitaire : los angeles tentation de réduire le corps à une idée, comme on le voit dans l’interprétation hégélienne de Malebranche ; l. a. réaction anti-cartésienne du médecin-philosophe Cabanis, avec son ambition d’expliquer l. a. pensée en termes d’émergence de los angeles matière corporelle ; et enfin l. a. tentative, que l’auteur met à l’épreuve à partir de Rosmini, de parler du corps sans renoncer à son altérité inquiétante, mais en évitant aussi l’impasse dualiste.

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Paul Vernière (1961), 178 ff. 1 have considered the importance of practice to thought in the philosophes’ philosophy in the first vol­ ume of this two-volume essay; see The Enlightemnent: An Inter­ pret ationy I, The Rise of M odem Paganism (1966), 127-59. 1 shall refer to this volume by its subtitle from now on. 1: PRELUDE TO M OD ERNITY: T H E RECO VERY OF N E R V E 11 as the steam engine or the flying shuttle. ” ® The recovery of nerve was ubiquitous and irresistible. ” ® And even this list is far from complete.

T h ey went to England, sought out Newton, and kept in touch with British science and British medicine; when they came home to assume their chairs, they lectured on the philosophy of Bacon and Locke, warned their students against occult principles, and urged them to eschew hypotheses, closely observe phenomena, pay atten­ tion to clinical experience, and design exact experiments. In gratitude, eighteenth-century physicians named the age after its Dutch pre­ ceptor. ‘‘The age of Boerhaave,” an English observer wrote in 1780, “ forms a memorable epoch in the history of physic.

Boswell: Life of Johnson (under March 16, 1776), 11,430. ^ A n Essay on the Principle of Population . . (1798), in On Popula­ tion, ed. (jertrude Himmelfarb (i960), 5. ^Quoted by H. L. Beales: “Travel and Communication,” in John­ son's England: A n Account of the Life and Manners of His Age, ed. A . S. Turberville, 2 vols. (1933), I, 128. I: THE RECOVERY OF NERVE 12 eighteenth century was crude, urban life uncomfortable, social wel­ fare grudging and feeble, transport and communication cumbersome, diet inadequate, and medicine a gamble not worth taking.

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