Jean-Paul Rosaye

Jean-Paul Rosaye is Full Professor in British studies and the history of ideas at the Université d’Artois (textes et cultures, EA 4028). He is the author of three books on the philosophical foundations of modernity and post-modernity (T. S. Eliot, poète-philosophe : essai de typologie génétique [2000], Autour de l’idéalisme britannique : recherches et réflexions méthodologiques sur l’histoire des idées en Grande-Bretagne [2010], F. H. Bradley et l’idéalisme britannique : les années de formation (1865-1876) [2012]). He is currently translating in French F. H. Bradley’s famous metaphysical treatise Appearance and Reality (Second Edition, 1897).

  • 20,00 €
    L’idéalisme britannique / British Idealism
    Hors-série n° 1
    Sous la direction de Jean-Paul Rosaye & Catherine Marshall

    Today, there are plenty of studies on the subject of British Idealism, especially in comparison to the historiographical wasteland that lasted from the 1940s all the way to the 1970s. It is no longer possible to neglect the importance of Idealism in the history of philosophy in Great Britain: a genuine debate on British Idealism has now taken place....

    20,00 €
1 - 1 of 1 item shown