Ákos Cseke

Ákos Cseke
Pázmány Péter Catholic University · Department of Aesthetics

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Ákos Cseke (1976) made his doctorate studies in medieval philosophy at Université de Sorbonne Paris-IV, Paris, France. He currently works as associate professor at Pázmány Péter Catholic University. He translated the works of Pierre Hadot, Michel Foucault, Jean-Luc Marion and Jean-Louis Chrétien in Hungarian. He is the author of seven books or collection of essays, including a monography in Hungarian on the late Foucault. His current project is 'Foucault, parrhesia, truth-telling, christianity'.

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[A paraître dans le premier fascicule de la Revue de l’histoire des religions, mars 2021 – Forthcoming in the first booklet of Revue de l’histoire des religions, March, 2021] Cet article essaie de montrer en quoi le concept d’« exercice spirituel » pose problème dans l’œuvre de Pierre Hadot. Même si le philosophe souligne que cette expression « n’...
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This paper seeks to describe and understand the notion of “aesthetics of existence” in the last works of Michel Foucault by raising the following question: what is aesthetics? First, I will sketch the problem of the difficulty of defining aesthetics as a discipline, its domain, as well as the methodological questions concerning the historiography o...
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The starting point of this study is the article of M. Senellart in which the French scholar speaks about a curious "absence" of Jesus in the late Foucault. How is it possible that the late Foucault who gives an account of the will of truth-telling from Sophocles to Saint Augustine, does not mention at all Jesus? In my paper I try to argue that thou...
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In his major works published during his lifetime, Michel Foucault mentions very rarely the name or the writings of Saint Augustine. Yet, in his late courses that he held in French or in English at the College de France and at other, mainly American universities or institutions, as well as in the (recently published) fourth volume of his History of...
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Rosta Kosztasz, az ELTE BTK doktori hallgatója és az Elpis folyóirat főszerkesztője fontosnak tartotta, hogy maga is megszólaljon a lap által kezdeményezett, Nemes László írása (Elpis 2017/2, 181-193) nyomán elindított "praxis-vitához". Pár napja publikált hozzászólásában (lásd Elpis 2019/2, 153-164), amelyben Nemes szinte minden felvetésével és ér...
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In his last course that Michel Foucault delivered at the Collège de France before his death in 1984, he examined at length ancient cynicism. In his course of 29 February he mentioned the book of Peter Sloterdijk published in 1983 (Kritik der zynischen Vernunft). Still in 1984 Jacques Bouveresse consecrated a whole book (Rationalité et cynisme) to e...
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This article examines the text edition of the last course that Michel Foucault delivered at the Collège de France before his death in 1984 (Le courage de la vérité, 2009). Based on the author's own translation of Foucault's masterpiece into Hungarian, it aims to show and to analyze some technical and philological difficulties, problems and/or quest...