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La conception de l’éducation selon Gilles de Rome et son interprétation dans les traductions françaises du De regimine principum

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Before specifically addressing the issue of education, Giles of Rome defines which constitutes the nature of man. One can states that reflection of Gilles of Rome, even if it turns out original in many aspects, is clearly included in a well-established tradition that it is important to remember. Once it is traced, the author turns to translators to identify how they receive and re-appropriate author's reflections. The rediscovery of Aristotle's works, in the thirteenth century, allowed conceptualizing the issue of the government of the house in fundamental ways. Adopting the Thomist perspective, Giles of Rome sees the first form of association in the union of man and woman and in the constitution of the family. According to Aristotle, the parents, motivated by feelings of benevolence, are naturally led to exercise their function of educators. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: De Regimine Principum; education; French translator; Giles of Rome; government of house



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