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What I learned from a French philosopher

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After 2 months away from my studies; It’s been a few days since I started reading the lovely and unique novel “Unconsciousness” by Xavier Kermant for the 13th time, of course, this time with a philosophical approach.
In reviewing this powerful work, I have paid more attention to the analysis of writing concepts in the form of French literary philosophy of the 18th century, without a doubt, the severity of Xavier Crement’s satire can be seen more than that of Voltaire, that is; Xavier Kermant has mixed the psychological issues of society with the approach of realism in the form of fascinating satire, at least in my opinion. By repeatedly reading this novel, I realize the depth of indifference of human societies that leads to unconsciousness, and it is not an exaggeration to write so much in the description of the upcoming novel.

This time, I am trying to place the concept of unconsciousness in the context of important social issues of human societies and start a new chapter of my philosophical reflections related to it.
Best regard

“Schaffhausen, Stadtbibliothek, Min. 98, p. 10v” by Virtual Manuscript Library of Switzerland is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.

What I learned from a French philosopher

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