The noon of thought. Phenomenology of revolt in Albert Camus

Author/s Samantha Novello
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2016/56
Language Italian Pages 17 P. 142-158 File size 114 KB
DOI 10.3280/LAS2016-056010
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The article explores the role that Max Scheler’s emotional phenomenology plays in the genesis of Albert Camus’ pensée de Midi by reading L’Homme révolté (1951) in the light of the French writer’s intense intellectual dialogue with the German phenomenologist’s writings on love and its "perversions", in particular L’Homme du ressentiment and Nature et formes de la sympathie. Imbued with Nietzsche’s project of a transvaluation of all values, Camus develops a personal phenomenology of revolt and, investigating its relationship with resentment, he traces in the peculiar loving attitude of the rebel the way out of contemporary nihilism.

Samantha Novello, Il meriggio del pensiero. Fenomenologia della rivolta in Albert Camus in "SOCIETÀ DEGLI INDIVIDUI (LA)" 56/2016, pp 142-158, DOI: 10.3280/LAS2016-056010