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Introduction a la methode de Leonard de Vinci (1894). Paris: Gallimard, 1957 (also contains: "Marginalia", 1930; "Note et digression", 1919; "Leonard et les philosophes", 1929).why and how people want to hear and not recognize knowledge. This latter is moreover based on the story of her Martyr.Moreover, the force of legitimation lay down their arms before the narration: this can be seen in the form of "Dialogues," which they gave Plato; each of them takes the form of a story about scientific debate. No matter what the history of the dispute here shown rather than described, staged, than told" that it contains more tragic than epic. The fact remains that Plato's speech, praising science, unscientific, and this is even more true that it is possible to achieve the legitimation of science. Scientific knowledge cannot know and to demonstrate its truth, if not to resort to a different knowledge of the story, is his ignorance; in the absence thereof, it must look for the reasons myself and to descend thus to the fact that condemned: the anticipation grounds, the prejudice is not slipping But if it's just allowing yourself the story?This is not the place to track the return of narrative in scientific knowledge, through legitimizing the speech of the latter, which, at least in part, is the philosophy of antiquity, the middle ages and the classical period. It was her constant torment. Stated thus, the idea, as, for example, Descartes cannot prove the legitimacy of science, but through the spirit by Valerie100 or using this kind of the novel
description of the subject sometimes takes a very theoretical design: "The Dionysian, antinomic phenomenon in nature, can bediversely described and formally defined, but it revealsonly in the experience, and it would be vain to look for its understanding -- exploringthat forms the living part. Dionis accept and deny togetherany predicate; in his concept of a not-a, in his the cult of the victim andthe priest unite as identity" (ibid.P.29).
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