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Croire, douter et ne pas croire

Abstract : Our subject based on the Albert Piette's last work, is wondering about the link between "to believe", the doubt and "not believe". For the author, "to believe" is at the same time to confirm an assent and to doubt (that is to remember that it is strange). In this context, "to not believe" is intended as "to not adhere". Albert Piette presents an analytical axis which connects two directions (adhere, do not adhere). This link is the lucidity (hypo or hyper) determined by rationalism. The aim of this paper is to discuss this last remark: "not to believe" is always questioning an adherence. We’ll propose "a variation" in Albert Piette's hypotheses and to introduce a certain discontinuity : another modality of "to believe" not based on the intensity of the adherence but on the management of a mobilization.
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Laurence Charlier. Croire, douter et ne pas croire. ThéoRèmes : Enjeux des approches empiriques des religions, Institut romand de systématique et d'éthique, 2013, L'incroyance religieuse, 5. ⟨hal-02081891⟩



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