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Mathématiques et récit
GIOVANNA CIFOLETTI and ÉRIC BRIAN
No. 109, SCIENCE ET RÉCIT (1998), pp. 38-45
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23799783
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If stories are more than incidental to mathematics, and so science, then these discourses are as fictional, or not, as others. Seeing how this model of mathematics developed can found a history of mathematics, and of science, that is not another excursion into their relativity, but admits that truth itself has degrees-which the old rhetoric knew.
Littérature © 1998 Armand Colin