François-Pierre-Gontier de Biran (29 November 1766 – 20 July 1824), usually known as Maine de Biran ( French: [mɛn də biʁɑ̃] ), was a French philosopher . Life Maine de Biran was born at Bergerac; died at Paris, 16 July, 1824. The name Maine he assumed (some time before 1787) from an estate called Le Maine, near Mouleydier.
Marie-François-Pierre Maine de Biran, French statesman, empiricist philosopher, and prolific writer who stressed the inner life of man, against the prevalent emphasis on external sense experience, as a prerequisite for understanding the human self. Born with the surname Gonthier de Biran, he.
François-Pierre-Gontier de Biran, known as Maine, was born into a family of Bergerac notables in 1766. He was to be a close witness to, and occasionally even an actor in, some of the defining events of the Revolution of 1789 and its immediate aftermath. Biran spent most of the Terror in his family property of Grateloup.
Maine de Biran, the French statesman and philosopher, was born Marie Fran ç ois Pierre Gonthier de Biran, receiving the name "Maine" from the name of his family's property (le Maine). He attended the collège at P é rigueux, dominated by the secular, moderate constitutional Royalists called Doctrinaires, and excelled there in mathematics.
MAINE DE BIRAN. French philosopher who defended the importance of inward experience as a source of knowledge; b. Marie-Fran ç ois-Pierre Gonthier de Biran, Bergerac, southern France, Nov. 29, 1766; d. Paris, July 20, 1824. After attending the College of P é riguex, he moved between the two poles of public and private life, occupying important ...
Abstract. This paper aims to analyze Pierre Janet’s interpretation of Maine de Biran’s notion of the “unconscious” through a comparative study between L’automatisme psychologique (1889) and some Biranian writings devoted to the problem of pure affections. The objective is to question whether Janet’s psychological reading of this very notion had been faithful to Biran’s intentions ...
Maine de Biran Reformer of Empiricism, 1766–1824 Philip P. Hallie https://doi.org/10.4159/harvard.9780674284883 Cite this Contents (Deutsch) Maine de Biran by Philip P. Hallie was published on October 1, 2013 by Harvard University Press.
François-Pierre-Gontier de Biran , usually known as Maine de Biran , was a French philosopher.
Some months later, the French spiritualist philosopher Maine de Biran (1766–1824) submitted some Observations sur les divisions organiques du cerveau to the members of the Medical Society of Bergerac, of which he was the president. This paper assesses Maine de Biran's rejection of Gall's organologie against the background of his knowledge of ...