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MARCEL CONCHE, LE MATÉRIALISME ET LA MORALE

Yvon Quiniou
Revue Philosophique de la France et de l'Étranger
T. 194, No. 1, MARCEL CONCHE (JANVIER 2004), pp. 49-57
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41101242
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Abstract

La philosophie de Marcel Conche est originate. D'un côté, elle se réclame d'une ontologie naturaliste qui nie toute espece de transcendance et qu'on peut considérer comme matérialiste, mais qu'il nous présente comme relevant d'une option métaphysique indémontrable, et done objectivement incertaine, quoique subjectivement assurée. Mais, d'un autre côte, il affirme la morale comme un absolu échappant au doute, dont le fondement théorique ultime se trouve dans le libre-arbitre, affirmation qui éloigne son naturalisme des formes habituelles du matérialisme. Marcel Conche's philosophy is an original one. On the one hand, it claims being issued from a naturalistic ontology, denying all kinds of transcendence that might be labelled as materialistic, but which he shows us as referring to an indemonstrable metaphysical opinion, hence objectively uncertain though subjectively secured. But on the other hand, he insists on morals being an absolute, eschewing doubt, whose ultimate theoretical grounding may be found in free-will warding off his naturalism from the traditional forms of materialism.

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