Browse Dept. of French by Subject "Philosophy"
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The differential calculus as the model of desire in French fiction of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (1994)The discovery of the calculus registers an epistemological shift. A differential calculus permits the localization of a point as a limit of a formal procedure, such as the maximum achieved by a curve. Under such localization, ...
(1995)Through an examination of works from Dada and Surrealism, of Malraux's La Condition humaine, of some examples of the New Novel, and of Tournier's Vendredi ou les limbes du Pacifique I observe the occurrence, over the course ...