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After investigating the historians of philosophy’s diverse social, religious and political backgrounds, I shall now turn to their views of the methods and aims of the history of philosophy. 67 Lévy-Bruhl presented his view of the republican ideal in Lucien Lévy-Bruhl, ‘L’idéal républicain’, Revue de Paris 31 (1924): 805–22. His article was republished as a pamphlet by the Editions du progrès civique, see Jean Cazeneuve, Lucien Lévy-Bruhl: sa vie, son œuvre (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1963), p.
The most important place for ‘synchronous’ discussions was the Société française de philosophie, which was an off-shoot of the Revue de métaphysique et de morale (RMM), and as such, not officially linked to the university. The RMM group also created that other crucial place for philosophical discussion: the international congresses of philosophy which took place from 1900 onwards around Europe. It is in these real or virtual places – journals, Société française de philosophie and international philosophy conferences – that crucial debates about the history of philosophy took place.
43–4. 39 Sirinelli, Génération intellectuelle, p. 87. 40 Among the many students who stayed in contact with Alain after their lycée years, and collaborated with their teacher’s magazine, Libres Propos, there were Simone Weil and Georges Canguilhem. One wonders whether Brunschvicg, when saying that university students were ‘no novices’ to philosophy, gave a little private sigh, thinking of those among his students who had been trained by Alain. 42 University professors had to deal with their students’ pre-university training and they often had experience of imparting this training.