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CHARACTERS ↠ Dictionnaire Philosophiue Analogies nous invite au relativisme fondement de l'esprit de tolérance dont il aura été l'apôtre le plus convaincu D'une lecture amusante autant u'instructive ce dictionnaire où souffle à chaue page l'esprit des Lumières nous éveille à la Raison par alphabet pour reprendre le titre élouent donné à l'ouvrage dans son édition de 1769 Paul Kle. He asks great uestions insightful and preternatural for his time A complement to Candide on a larger scale of philosophy but troubling in its contradictions that I am surprised he himself did not catch Voltaire clearly presents himself as a devoutly religious individual with immense respect for God He presents now defunct arguments per evolution and natural selection about the existence of God as fact based on the beauty of the universe and faculties of man to behave in his environment The issue is how he can reconcile this belief in tune with his eually pertinent uestions of why evil maladies disease famine et al exist in this world with his staunch belief that his God should not allow this if we do live in the best of all possible worlds

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CHARACTERS ↠ Dictionnaire Philosophiue Taire se livre à un jeu de piste à l'attention d'un lecteur averti incité à concevoir ce dictionnaire comme un véritable rébus Ainsi à l'article Idolâtrie Voltaire ose comparer les Grecs possédant la statue d'Heraclès aux chrétiens ui ont celle de saint Christophe ou encore rapprocher nos cultes des coutumes dites barbares Voltaire à force d'. This book and Voltaire himself are a delicate balance of some of the most dangerous traits Let me start with this book there are some sparkles of extremely daring and destructive philosophical statements in this book eg Caract re and Guerre but it s merged within an ocean of prejudices superstitions and double standards which Voltaire wouldn t acknowledge since he s so enlightened and personal resentments This combination of contents is the most dangerous of all since it would lure whatever reader into thinking that they are of the same type with Voltaire and then swallow those most subversive suggestions with near sighted and sometimes straight up stupid witty irony without realizing it This is I m borrowing this vocabulary from Jung poisonous The book itself is unforgivably poisonous not because of its content per se but because of the long term effect it could have on people s psycheAnd the character of Voltaire as displayed in the book is no better He is extremely biased and partial with the additional uality that he could dress up his own prejudice as if it was a sound and just statement Moreover he is definitely not stupid which means that it would take a hell of work to peel off all those witty protective shells he layered on his prejudice humorous and well learnt as it appeared to be but a prejudice nevertheless However he also has an amazing gift of being superficial there are many times that he swept through the surface of the very darkness of human civilization without going any deeper and without realizing what kind of monstrous psychological effect he is conjuring and then he just simply turned his head away At first I found it to be somewhat charming because this attitude is extremely wise provided with the fact that one knows what one is doing And then I found that Voltaire does this systematically without systemizing what he has said elsewhere It s like a dumbass wearing a necklace made of Radium and flaunted it to others Look it glows in the night These three traits with the right portion would add up to be the ultimate protection of one s prejudices which is exactly what Voltaire appears to be for meI just don t want to shelf this book to be philosophy because it s the right opposite of philosophy It s the most destructive shadow of the very creed Sapere Aude What a bummer

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CHARACTERS ↠ Dictionnaire Philosophiue Voltaire avec son esprit acerbe et sa plume subtile a trouvé dans la forme du dictionnaire une voie royale d'expression ui lui permis d'échapper à la censure de son temps Utilisant le jeu des renvois entre les définitions pour tromper la vigilance des autorités et insérant ses analyses les plus iconoclastes dans la définition de termes anodins Vol. Introduction Philosophical Dictionary Chronology


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    (Dictionnaire Philosophiue) [E–book] ↠ Voltaire As much as I love Candide and as clever and funny and still relevant as Voltaire often is in this series of rants something annoys me about it beyond just the ridiculous antisemitism Someone said that Voltaire would have been a ver

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