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POÉSIE ET PHILOSOPHIE. MARCEL CONCHE INTERPRÈTE DE L'ILIADE D'HOMÈRE

Santo Alessandro Arcoleo
Revue Philosophique de la France et de l'Étranger
T. 194, No. 1, MARCEL CONCHE (JANVIER 2004), pp. 27-38
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41101240
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Abstract

Sensible au problème de l'art et de la littérature, Marcel Conche ne lit pas l'Iliade comme le manifeste d'une idéologic de guerre, mais il montre, à l'arrière-plan d'un conflit démesuré, le développement d'une anthropologie archaïque, conçue dans ses liens avec les dieux, le destin, les relations entre les humains — notamment l'amitié — éclairées par l'amour et la beauté. L'Iliade est l'histoire d'un déchirement de l'âme humaine, tout homme pouvant s'y reconnaître. L' « avenir grec » de la pensée est l'horizon insurpassable de l'aventure humaine. Sensitive as heis to the problem of the relationships between art and literature, Marcel Conche never reads the Iliad as the manifest of a war ideology, but, rather, does he show at the background of an overweening conflict, the development of an archaic anthropology, erected in its bonds with the gods, with fate and the relationships with the humans — in particular reference to friendship, all enlightened by love and beauty. The Iliad is the story of a heartrending human soul where every man recognizes himself. The « Greek future » of thought is the unsurpassable horizon of the human adventure.

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