La Société romande de philosophie de sa création à son institutionnalisation. Interdisciplinarité, fédéralisme et valeurs protestantes

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serval:BIB_73C4EA14E334
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Article: article from journal or magazin.
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Publications
Institution
Title
La Société romande de philosophie de sa création à son institutionnalisation. Interdisciplinarité, fédéralisme et valeurs protestantes
Journal
Studia philosophica. Revue suisse de philosophie
Author(s)
Jaccard Camille, Ratcliff Marc
ISSN
0081-6825
ISSN-L
2296-2883
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
79
Pages
169-185
Language
french
Abstract
This article presents a central cultural areopagus of French-speaking Switzerland from1906 to 1939, the Société romande de philosophie (SRP), nearly unknown to philosophersand historians alike, a blind spot of philosophy in Romandie. The spontaneous readingphilosophers can make of their past as a history of philosophical theories ensues in aretrospective disciplinary unit attributed to philosophy. Yet, contrary to that view, weshow that, in Romandie, this past was structured both by adisciplinary pluralismsup-ported by numerous cantonal, intercantonal and international networks, and by a genuineunity around certain values other than the criterion of discipline. As a result, identity—and therefore belonging—was not basedon philosophyas a discipline, but on disciplinaryplurality as much as on the very sharing of many values. Those ranged from intellectualfraternity to taking the divine seriously, from the celebration of the homeland to feder-alism and the tolerance vis-à-vis divergent ideas, from the praise of living together to thesearch of the truth.
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Yes
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