Paul Dablemont deposited De la continuité entre non-sens et sens : réflexions d’après Deleuze, Ricœur et Wittgenstein in the group Philosophy on Humanities Commons 6 months, 3 weeks ago
A beginner reader might think that my title is senseless: aren’t sense and nonsense supposed to be opposed? Why seeking continuity there? The Stoics and after them this line that goes from Leibniz to Deleuze via Nietzsche, have revealed an intrinsic relationship of continuity between these two entities that common sense sees as contradictory. Although this continuity exists at least from a Stoic-Deleuzian viewpoint, its functioning and nature remain problematic. My goal here is to study this continuity to understand and actualize it, focusing, of course, on Deleuze’s writings, but also on Ricœur’s and Wittgenstein’s which will help me get a better sense of the generation of meaning and the relationship between nonsense and sense.