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* Elizabeth Grosz, [http://www.parrhesiajournal.org/parrhesia15/parrhesia15_grosz.pdf "Deleuze, Ruyer and Becoming-Brain: The Music of Life's Temporality"], ''Parrhesia'' 15 (2012), pp 1-13.
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'''Raymond Ruyer''' (b. 1902 in Plainfaing, Vosges - d. 1987 Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle) was a French philosopher in the late 20th century. Author of many important works, he covered several topics such as the philosophy of biology, the philosophy of informatics, the philosophy of value and others. His most popular book is ''The Gnosis of Princeton'' in which he presents his own philosophic views under the pretence that he was representing the views of an imaginary group of American scientists. He developed a theory of consciousness of all living matter, named ''panpsychism'', which was a major influence on philosophers such as [[Simondon]], [[Deleuze]] and [[Guattari]].
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==Works==
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(in French unless noted otherwise)
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; Monographs
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* ''La conscience et le corps'', Paris: Alcan, 1937.
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* ''[https://aaaaarg.fail/thing/52797800307888fc0f00001e Éléments de psycho-biologie]'', Paris: PUF, 1946.
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* ''[https://aaaaarg.fail/thing/54da112d334fe00ccdaf1c00 Le monde des valeurs: études systématiques]'', Paris: Aubier, 1947.
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* ''[https://aaaaarg.fail/thing/574f09459ff37c3782f93388 L'utopie et les utopies]'', Paris: PUF, 1950,
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* ''[https://aaaaarg.fail/thing/527c36e9307888f834000008 Néo-finalisme]'', Paris: PUF, 1952; new ed., 2012.
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** ''[http://library.memoryoftheworld.org/#/book/0aecbc97-7b67-428e-9972-bda1393fe1be Neofinalism]'', intro. Mark B.N. Hansen, trans. Alyosha Edlebi, University of Minnesota Press, 2016, 328 pp. [https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/neofinalism]. Review: [https://www.parrhesiajournal.org/parrhesia27/Parrhesia27_Smith.pdf Smith] (Parrhesia). {{en}}
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* ''[[Media:Ruyer_Raymond_La_Cybernetique_et_l_origine_de_linformation_1954.pdf|La cybernétique et l'origine de l'information]]'', Paris: Flammarion, 1954, [https://aaaaarg.fail/thing/587be6199ff37c253bb68ca5 ARG].
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* ''[https://aaaaarg.fail/thing/527b04b3307888d323000022 La genèse des formes vivantes]'', Paris: Flammarion, 1958.
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* ''La philosophie de la valeur'', Paris: Armand Colin, 1959.
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* ''Paradoxes de la conscience et limites de l'automatisme'', Paris: Albin Michel, 1960.
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* ''[[Media:Ruyer_Raymond_L_Animal_l_homme_la_fonction_symbolique_1964.pdf|L'animal, l'homme, la fonction symbolique]]'', Paris: Gallimard, 1964, [https://aaaaarg.fail/thing/54da1190334fe00ccfaf1d78 ARG].
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* ''Éloge de la société de consommation'', Paris: Calmann-Lévy, 1969,
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* ''Dieu des religions, Dieu de la science'', Paris: Flammarion, 1970.
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* ''Les nuisances idéologiques'', Paris: Calmann-Lévy, 1972.
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* ''La gnose de Princeton'', Paris: Fayard, 1974.
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* ''Les nourritures psychiques. La politique du bonheur'', Paris: Calmann-Lévy, 1975.
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* ''Les cent prochains siècles'', Paris: Fayard, 1977.
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* ''Homère au féminin ou La jeune femme auteur de l'Odyssée'', Paris: Copernic, 1977.
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* ''L'art d'être toujours content. Introduction à la vie gnostique'', Paris: Fayard, 1978.
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* ''Le sceptique résolu'', Paris: Robert Laffont, 1979.
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* ''Souvenirs -1- Ma famille alsacienne et ma vallée vosgienne'', Paris: Vent d'Est, 1985.
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* ''[http://aaaaarg.fail/thing/59dd6c0f9ff37c0dc0008348 L'Embryogenèse du monde et le Dieu silencieux]'' [1983], 2013.
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; Articles
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* "L’action à distance d’après la science contemporaine", ''Revue Métapsychique'' 16, 1951, pp 183-196.
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* [[Media:Ruyer Raymond 1964 The Mystery of Reproduction and the Limits of Automatism.pdf|"The Mystery of Reproduction and The Limits of Automatism"]], trans. Victor A. Velen, ''Diogenes'' 12:48, 1964. {{en}}
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; Bibliography
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* [http://www.ladeleuziana.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Bibliografia_raymond_ruyer_ladeleuziana_cavedagna.pdf at Ladeleuziana.org]
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==Literature==
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* Elizabeth Grosz, [http://www.parrhesiajournal.org/parrhesia15/parrhesia15_grosz.pdf "Deleuze, Ruyer and Becoming-Brain: The Music of Life's Temporality"], ''Parrhesia'' 15 (2012), pp 1-13. {{en}}
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* Andrew Iliadis, [http://philosophyofinformationandcommunication.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/raymond-ruyers-cybernetics-and-the-origin-of-information/ "Raymond Ruyer's Cybernetics and the Origin of Information"], ''Philosophy of Information & Communication'' blog, 14 May 2013. {{en}}
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* [http://www.cairn.info/revue-philosophique-2013-1.htm ''Revue philosophique de la France et de l'étranger'' 138(1): "Raymond Ruyer: l’appel des sciences"], Paris: PUF, 2013.
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* ''Critique'' 804: "Ruyer l’inclassable", Paris: Minuit, 2014, 96 pp. [http://www.leseditionsdeminuit.fr/livre-Critique_n%C2%B0_804___Ruyer_l%E2%80%99inclassable-3038-1-1-0-1.html] [http://www.cairn.info/revue-critique-2014-5.htm]
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==See also==
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* [[Gilbert Simondon]]
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==Links==
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* [http://data.bnf.fr/11923156/raymond_ruyer/ Ruery in BnF]
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond_Ruyer Ruyer at Wikipedia]
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymond_Ruyer Ruyer at Wikipedia]
* http://philosophyofinformationandcommunication.wordpress.com/2013/05/14/raymond-ruyers-cybernetics-and-the-origin-of-information/
 
  
; See also
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[[Category:Cybernetics|Ruyer, Raymond]]
* [[Gilbert Simondon]]
 

Latest revision as of 16:40, 9 August 2019

Raymond Ruyer (b. 1902 in Plainfaing, Vosges - d. 1987 Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle) was a French philosopher in the late 20th century. Author of many important works, he covered several topics such as the philosophy of biology, the philosophy of informatics, the philosophy of value and others. His most popular book is The Gnosis of Princeton in which he presents his own philosophic views under the pretence that he was representing the views of an imaginary group of American scientists. He developed a theory of consciousness of all living matter, named panpsychism, which was a major influence on philosophers such as Simondon, Deleuze and Guattari.

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(in French unless noted otherwise)

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