Une poétique de la science : Fernand Hallyn. "Les structures rhétoriques de la science de Kepler à Maxwell" (éd. du Seuil, 2004).

Abstract : The paper presents Fernand Hallyn's Les Structures rhétoriques de la science de Kepler à Maxwell (Seuil, 2004), as an exploration of the theoretical imagination's forms spreading between literary and scientific practices. This approach refuses any relativism about truth for science is not considered as a particular way to fictionalize reality. Fernand Hallyn throws so new light not on the achieved science, but on the science process, as modeled by rhetoric and poetic. Such analysis leads to abandon the idea that scientific knowledge gives nude, untextual truths, independent of their production process, like self-sufficient statements or sentences wich could be considered out of the texts where they make sense. But the meaning is out off the objective limits of the statements : it can be restored not only as an epistemological but also as a poetical meaning.
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Pierre Macherey. Une poétique de la science : Fernand Hallyn. "Les structures rhétoriques de la science de Kepler à Maxwell" (éd. du Seuil, 2004).. Methodos : savoirs et textes, Savoirs textes langage - UMR 8163, 2006, 6 ("Science et littérature"), ⟨10.4000/methodos.473⟩. ⟨halshs-00276119⟩

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