Savoirs, littérature et théories de l’analogie (dans la Petite Cosmogonie portative de Queneau et Palomar de Calvino)


“The study of grammar, in my opinion, is capable of throwing far more light on philosophical questions than is commonly supposed by philosophers. Although a grammatical distinction cannot be uncritically assumed to correspond to a genuine philosophical difference, yet the one is primâ facie evidence of the other, and may often be most usefully employed as a source of discovery.”
Bertrand Russell The Principles of Mathematics, Cambridge, 1903, p. 42.

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