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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