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Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
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Contacts

Carole Jacquet
Responsable des ressources documentaires

Marion Mossu
Chargée de ressources documentaires

Tel : 01 58 52 10 83 / 33

Où nous trouver ?

Tout près du Panthéon !
Centre Culturel Irlandais
5, rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

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'Be ye wise as serpents and innocent as doves': George Berkeley on Toleration and Conversion in the Irish context of the 1730s

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This paper considers George Berkeley's (1685-1753) exclusive and limited conception of toleration for Catholics in the 1730s and how his views fit with those of other advocates of toleration in Ireland at the time by looking at sermons preached [...]
Constant Process : The Science of Toland's Pantheisticon

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John Toland's 1720 Pantheisticonmight not seem notable for its mockery of lithurgical practice; but the 'burlesque' aspects of its form belie a profound - and yet virtually unrecognized - engagement with contemporaneous science.Specifically, an[...]
Oliver Goldsmith, Historical Thinker and Writer

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Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774) wrote across many different genres. However, of his wide authorly scope, much attention has been directed towards his major novelistic, theatrical and poetical works, at the expense of his historical compilations: hi[...]
“Accursed Time”

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This article analyses the connecting threads between the philosophies of Gilles Deleuze – as they appear in his 1968 text Difference and Repetition, which is one of Deleuze’s major solo works (along with The Logic of Sense) prior to his famous, [...]
John Banville’s "Overman"

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This paper proposes to read John Banville’s Shroud (2003) as an example that most aptly illustrates the writer’s dialogue with the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. It traces the ways in which Banville’s narrator incorporates Nietzsche’s concep[...]

Livre

Brendan O'DONOGHUE, Auteur ; Paula MCGLOIN, Illustrateur ; Sabina HIGGINS, Préfacier, etc. | Dublin : Gill Books | 2018
Through stories, questions and thoughts, Adventures in Philosophy will cultivate your sense of curiosity and courage, your ability to question, learn, experiment and think for yourself. You will discover the tools for map-making in philosophy, a[...]
Protecting Endangered Languages: The Case of Irish

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Languages should be seen as vectors of continuity and of connection with a specific identity, a specific past and a specific place. Ultimately, as English becomes increasingly and even exclusively vehicular, 'non-global’ languages like Irish wil[...]
Moral geometry in Restoration Ireland

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Despite the importance of the new science in the colonisation of Stuart Ireland, and the many Irish links to major figures in the Scientific Revolution, these connections remain relatively little studied outside of major episodes such as the Dow[...]
Modernism, Empiricism, and Rationalism

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Modernism is usually defined historically as the composite movement at the beginning of the twentieth century which led to a radical break with what had gone before in literature and the other arts. Given the problems of the continuing use of th[...]

Livre

The utopian propensity, the impulse to a better world, is found throughout human culture. However, its expression is necessarily historically and culturally variable. Utopianism in Ireland has an extensive and varied pre-history to be found in t[...]
Subjectivity as Espionage

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John Banville's "The Untouchable" functions as a critique of subjectivity after modernism, specifically theories of the decentred subject. The narrator of the book, Victor Maskell, is a fictionalized version of English art historian and Soviet s[...]
An Umbrella, a Pair of Boots, and a Spacious Nothing

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This essay argues that an assessment of the Beckettian qualities of McGahern's work should take into account the recent scholarship which has explored Beckett's absorption in philosophy. The author of the present essay follows Husserl's injuncti[...]