Vers les fondements anthropologiques du post-sécularisme : l’exemple du Collège de Sociologie

  1. Tomasz Swoboda ORCiD: 0000-0002-8285-3837tomasz.swoboda@ug.edu.pl

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TOWARDS THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF POST-SECULARISM: THE EXAMPLE OF COLLÈGE DE SOCIOLOGIE

Founded by Georges Bataille, Roger Caillois and Michel Leiris, and conceived as a reaction of leftist Paris intellectuals against fascism, the College of Sociology is an interesting example of the mixture of different types of post-secular thought — a-theological (Bataille), community (Caillois), intimate (Leiris) — imagined as a remedy against the mythical forces handled with brio by the European rights of the 1930s. Already analyzed on the political and discursive level, the College also lends itself to an anthropological analysis in which the post-secular aspect finds a basis in the conception of the “new man,” and proves useful in the interpretation of contemporary post-secularism.

 

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Romanica Wratislaviensia

66, 2019

Pages from 43 to 53

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