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Le philosophe nu

Learning to accept oneself: the most difficult of challenges

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The philosopher Alexandre Jollien explores “all which is stronger than us”, anger, love and greed, in this book which is not only a personal journal, but which, over the course of its pages, unveils a new exercise: learning to know oneself, to abandon passions and ambitions to return to the essential, self-knowledge and thereby embrace life in its entirety. He knows the difficulty of such a journey, and expresses it as follows: “...I set out for the school of detachment and attempt a route that is to encompass the highs and lows of existence. In short, I attempt to discover an element of freedom among the torrent of passions. But what could be more difficult than detachment when our heart is home to chaos?” As always with Alexandre Jollien, this meditation opens a way for us to draw on the joy at the most profound depths of ourselves. 

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SEUIL
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French
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14 x 20,5

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