Georges Bénézé

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Georges Bénézé (1888–1978) was a French philosopher

Bénézé was a disciple and editor of Alain. He taught Hegel to Jean Hyppolite at the lycée in Poitiers.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Allure du transcendental, 1936[2]
  • Valeu. Essai d'une théorie générale, 1936[3]
  • (ed.) Les arts et les dieux, 1958
  • Généreuz Alain, 1962

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schrift, Alan D. (2005), Twentieth-century French Philosophy:Key Themes and Thinkers, Oxford: Blackwell Pub., ISBN 1-4051-3218-3 
  2. ^ G. B. (Dec 17, 1936), "Allure du transcendental by Georges Bénézé (review)", The Journal of Philosophy, 33 (26): 719–20 
  3. ^ G. B. (Jan 21, 1937), "Valeu. Essai d'une théorie générale by Georges Bénézé (review)", The Journal of Philosophy, 34 (2): 50 
  • Sernin, André (1982), Un Philosophe méconnu, Georges Bénézé : 1888-1978, Paris: Editions France-Empire, ISBN 978-2-7048-0045-2 

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