Stéphane LUPASCO


title: Stéphane LUPASCO
subtitle: Affectivité
lang: fr

À propos de l’auteur

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Stéphane LUPASCO, un Roumain à Paris, philosophe et professeur à La Sorbonne, a
remis en question la logique Aristotélicienne à l’aûne de la physique quantique
naissante. Il propose une tri-dialectique de l’énergie, physique tendant vers
l’homogénéisation, biologique tendant vers l’hétérogénéisation, et psychique,
correspondant à la logique de l’énergie au niveau micro-physique, tendant vers
un état de plus haute contradiction, l’Ètat T, lieu de l’affectivité, à
mi-chemin dans l’actualisation et la potentialisation des antagonistes.

Sources

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Antagonistic Dualism

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In a general way, one must link the rational and the irrational, identity and
non-identity, the invariant and the variant […] by the constitutive
relation of contradictory complementarity, of a duality of dynamic terms, with
a principal double aspect, including, for each term, the passage from
potential to actual and the passage from actual to potential, each of the
terms acting on the other. One must avoid the sterile parallelist conception
of contradictory orders, as well as a monism favoring one order, by applying
the notion of error or appearance to the other.
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The Logic of Energy

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Energy must possess a logic that is not a classic logic nor any other based on
a principle of pure non-contradiction, since energy implies a contradictory
duality in its own nature, structure and function. The contradictory logic of
energy is a real logic, that is, a science of logical facts and operations,
and not a psychology, phenomenology or epistemology.
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