沃維納格是誰

視人性是人類理智的一個錯誤 --沃維納格

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  • devin
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    L.de C.沃維納格

    (1715~1747)

      法國作家。19歲參加法國軍隊,因在布拉格附近作戰時受凍致殘,不得不脫離軍籍,於1743年到巴黎定居。後患天花,臉上留下痕跡,幾乎失明。他只好深居簡出,專心讀書和寫作,很少和人來往。他寫作的手稿獲得伏爾泰和經濟學家米拉博的讚賞。1746年發表了他的唯一著作《認識人類精神的引論;給一位青年的勸告,對於宗教信仰的沉思;感想錄;以及格言集》,幾種不同的作品收在一起的這個雜合集共同的主題是應該怎樣做人。沃維納格流傳後世的作品主要是他的《格言集》。《格言集》的基本精神表明作者雖然度過不幸的一生,最後默默無聞地死去,可是一種高尚的情操使他對於人生毫無辛酸不平之感,也沒有悲觀失望的情緒。《格言集》以明朗、坦率的風格見稱於世。

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    英文Luc de Clapiers, marquis de Vauvenargues

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    Luc de Clapiers, marquis de Vauvenargues (6 August 1715 – 28 May 1747) was a French moralist, essayist, and miscellaneous writer.

    Life:He was born in Aix-en-Provence. His family was poor though noble; he was educated at the college of Aix, where he learned little—neither Latin nor Greek—but by means of a translation acquired a great admiration for Plutarch.

    He entered the army as sub-lieutenant in the king's regiment, and served for more than ten years, taking part during the War of the Polish Succession in the Italian campaign of Marshal Villars in 1733, and in the disastrous expedition to Bohemia in support of Frederick II of Prussia's designs on Silesia, in which the French were abandoned by their ally.

    Vauvenargues took part in Marshal Belleisle's winter retreat from Prague. On this occasion his legs were frozen, and though he spent a long time in hospital at Nancy he never completely recovered. He was present at the battle of Dettingen, and on his return to France was garrisoned at Arras. His military career was now at an end.

    He had long been desired by the marquis of Mirabeau, author of L'Ami des Hommes, and father of the statesman, to turn to literature, but poverty prevented him from going to Paris as his friend wished. He wished to enter the diplomatic service, and made applications to the ministers and to king Louis XV himself.

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    2008-12-24 21:46:34 補充:

    Vauvenargues moved to Paris in 1745, and lived there in the closest retirement, seeing but few friends, of whom Jean-François Marmontel and Voltaire were the chief. Among his correspondents was the archaeologist Fauris de Saint-Vincens.

    2008-12-24 21:48:06 補充:

    Vauvenargues published in 1746 an Introduction à la connaissance de l'esprit humain, with certain Reflexions and Maximes appended.

    He died in Paris on May 28, 1747.

    2008-12-24 21:53:39 補充:

    17349 教育網 更正為 17348

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