Péguy et Pascal: La métamorphose de l'augustinisme Ordre et Figure

Translated title of the contribution: Peguy and Pascal: The metamorphosis of Augustinianism. Order and figure

Julie Higaki

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Abstract

The surpassing of the Figures is done, for Pascal, as for Péguy, by the integration of the inferior Orders and not by their exclusion. Ontology and Hermeneutics are oriented by the central Axiology of each of them. However, here is the revolutionary novelty of Péguy: by grasping the real in the mystery of the Incarnation of God made flesh, Péguy replaced, by his new opposition between the Mystical and the Political, the old traditional Augustinian dualism of the Carnal and of the Spiritual. "The Supernatural is itself Carnal." The Carnal is restored and assumed in the Charity, and the Spiritual liberates itself from disembodied intellectualisation to find again its essential, vital place in man's real-life experiences. It thus marks a major step of the reception in Augustinism and the History of Christianity.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)135-158
Number of pages24
JournalRevue d Etudes Augustiniennes et Patristiques
Volume61
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015 Jan 1
Externally publishedYes

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