Encyclopédie Française, Tome 19: Philosophie-Religion

Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 8:146-148 (1958)
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In this elegant volume M. Berger, General Director of Higher Education in France, presents a composite balance-sheet of the professional culture of philosophy and religion in France to-day. The distinguished list of collaborators represents every shade of influential opinion, while their communications are precise and carefully subordinated to a single logical plan, which implies that the classic tradition of spiritual or personalist reflection still commonly inspires French thinking. The result is a stimulating survey of the actual intellectual scene, analysing the reigning problems and tendencies in those basic subjects in which men are personally committed and in which differences achieve a distinctively French warmth and clarity of expression.



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