Having a hedonistic, epicurean and atheist world view, he is a highly prolific author on philosophy, having written more than books. Born in Argentan to a family of Norman farmers , Onfray was sent to a weekly Catholic boarding school from ages 10 to This was a solution many parents in France adopted at the time when they lived far from the village school or had working hours that made it too hard or too expensive to transport their children to and from school daily. The young Onfray, however, did not appreciate his new environment, which he describes as a place of suffering.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Anti-Freud. Deliciosas todas ellas. Onfray makes short work of the Freudian affabulation myth-making. Despite all of Onfray's critiques, he didn't change my mind on two of my favorite works of Freud, The Future of an Illusion and Civilization and Its Discontents.
Freud still has value, as Onfray does make clear at the very end of this monstrous tome. Un sacre pave de pages que j'ai mis du temps a finir.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Michel Onfray. Michel Onfray. Michel Onfray is a French philosopher. Born to a family of Norman farmers, he graduated with a Ph. However, the title 'Popular University' is misleading, although attractive, as this 'University' provides no services other than the occasional delivery of lectures - there is no register of students, no examination or assessment, and no diplomas.
After all, 'ordinary' French University lectures are open to all, free of charge. Both in his writing and his lecturing, Onfray's approach is hierarchical, and elitist. He prefers to say though that his 'university' is committed to deliver high-level knowledge to the masses, as opposed to the more common approach of vulgarizing philosophic concepts through easy-to-read books such as "Philosophy for Well-being".
Onfray writes obscurely that there is no philosophy without psychoanalysis. Perhaps paradoxically, he proclaims himself as an adamant atheist something more novel in France than elsewhere - indeed his book, 'Atheist Manifesto', was briefly in the 'bestsellers' list in France and he considers religion to be indefensible.
He instead regards himself as being part of the tradition of individualist anarchism, a tradition that he claims is at work throughout the entire history of philosophy and that he is seeking to revive amidst modern schools of philosophy that he feels are cynical and epicurean. His writings celebrate hedonism, reason and atheism. He endorsed the French Revolutionary Communist League and its candidate for the French presidency, Olivier Besancenot in the election, although this is somewhat at odds with the libertarian socialism he advocates in his writings.
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Freud: El crepúsculo de un ídolo
It was an immediate best-seller, but the vast majority of reviews that appeared were negative: dogmatic, condescending, ad hominem. An interesting example was the response of Alain Badiou, who published an article in the newspaper Le Monde criticising anyone who dared to question Freud or Marx or Darwin :. So no need to consider the arguments that Onfray advances. He even goes so far as to compare Onfray to the American creationists who contest the teaching of evolution. Compare this with Onfray:.
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Freud : el crepúsculo de un ídolo