Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Bac philo 2016: all subjects and corrected series L, ES and S – Europe1


It’s time for the baccalaureate 2016. On Wednesday, 675,975 registered for the exam, aged 14 to 82 years, started the hostilities. They enchaîneront six days writings, interspersed with a weekend break. For Terminals, marathon trials began at 8 am with the philosophy

VIDEO -. the philosopher Raphaël Enthoven corrected the subjects of philosophy. Find out the corrected video series by series, by clicking here

& gt; & gt; Discover the philosophy topics unveiled Wednesday morning to students:

Subject 1 : Our moral convictions are they based on experience

Subject 2 : is the desire for unlimited Nature

Subject 3 : (text Explanation) “is there is no fact that is independent of opinion and interpretation? generations of historians and philosophers of history have they not demonstrated the impossibility of finding facts without interpreting them, since they must first be extracted from a pure chaos of events (and the principles of choice are certainly not of the facts), then be arranged into a story that can be told that in some perspective, has nothing to do with what took place in the first place? There is no doubt that these difficulties, and many others, inherent in historical sciences, are real, but they do not constitute evidence against the existence of the factual material, not can they be used to justify the erasure of boundaries between fact, opinion and interpretation, nor an excuse for the historian to manipulate facts as he pleases. Even if we admit that every generation has the right to write its own history, we refuse to admit it has the right to edit the facts in harmony with his own perspective; we do not accept the right to undermine the factual material itself. To illustrate this point, and we apologize for not pushing the issue further: during the twenties, Clemenceau, shortly before his death, was engaged in a friendly conversation with a representative of the Weimar Republic about the responsibilities for the outbreak of the First World War. Clemenceau was asked: “In your opinion, what future historians think of this troublesome and controversial issue?” He replied: “That I do not know, but what I am sure is that they will not say that Belgium invaded Germany.” HANNAH ARENDT, Truth and Politics

Subject 1 : Do we always what we want

Subject? 2 : Why do we benefit from studying history

Subject 3 : (text Explanation) “Because we know that the error depends on our will, and no one has the will to deceive, perhaps it is surprising that there is error in our judgments. But it should be noted that there is great difference between wanting being cheated and want to consent to the views it because we sometimes mistake. because although there is no one willing expressly mistake, he did not almost finds one that wants not give consent to things he does not know distinctly and very often it is the desire to know the truth that those who do not know about the need to take the search for the missing and find are wrong, because it encourages them to rush their judgments and to take things for real, which they do not have enough knowledge. ” Descartes, philosophy the principles

Subject 1 : Work less, do better life

Subject? 2 : Should demonstrate to know

Subject 3 : (text Explanation) “I am aware that many thought and still think that things of the world are governed by God and fortune, and that men, despite their wisdom, can not change, and there even bring no cure. as a result, one might think it is not worth the penalty tire and must be governed destiny. This opinion has been, in our time, some credit because of upheavals that we’ve seen, and we still see every day, and nobody could have predicted. I myself was tempted in certain circumstances to think this way. Nevertheless, that our free will is not completely destroyed, I believe that fortune can determine half of our actions but for the other half of the events depend on us. I compare the fortunes of one of these devastating rivers, when they get angry, flood plains, destroying trees and buildings, remove the soil from one place and grow to another. Everyone flees from them and everyone gives in to the fury of the waters without being able to oppose any resistance. Although things and place, the fact remains that men have the opportunity, during periods of calm, guard preparing shelters and building dikes so that if the level of water becomes threatening, they converge channels and do not become unchained and harmful. It’s the same fortune: it shows all its power where no virtue were mobilized to resist him and turns his assaults where there is neither shelter nor dikes to contain “Machiavelli, Prince

Subject 1 : to be fair, is it enough to obey the laws

Subject 2 : Can we still justify our beliefs

Subject 3 : (text Explanation) “Even when the painters work on real objects, their goal is not never to evoke the same object, but to build on the canvas a show that is sufficient. The distinction often made between the subject of the painting and the way the painter is not legitimate because for aesthetic experience, while the subject is in the way the grape, or pipe tobacco package consists of the painter on canvas. Are we saying that in art the only form matters, not what they say? Not at all. We mean that the form and substance, what they say and how they say can not exist apart. We confine ourselves basically to see the obvious, that if I can represent me in a sufficient manner, according to its function, object or a tool I’ve ever seen, at least in its general features, for cons the best analysis can give me the hint of what a painting I’ve never seen any copy. So, this is not in the presence of an array of multiple references to the subject, the historical circumstance, if there is one, which is the origin of the table. “Merleau-Ponty, Chats

results July 5. for the interim results, it will wait until July 5. And for those who do not have the examination on the first try, after catching results will be known until July 9, the day before the final of the Euro.


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