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Philosophie mathématiques groupe deux livres de Jean Cavaillès : Remarques sur los angeles formation de l. a. théorie abstraite des ensembles et Transfini et Continu auxquels a été ajoutée l. a. correspondance intégrale échangée par Cantor et Dedekind révélée naguère dans son texte unique allemand, par Jean Cavaillès ; on voit apparaître dans le discussion de ces deux grands esprits mathématiques l. a. plupart des idées fondamentales de l. a. théorie des ensembles.
Mathématicien et philosophe, Jean Cavaillès est l’un des penseurs qui ont marqué l. a. génération de Sartre et de Camus.
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How many are there who-inspired by what is talked about so much in our age, that man is created in God's image-have the authentic voice of command? Or do we not all stand like Noureddin, bowing and scraping, worrying about asking too much or too little? Or is not every magnificent demanding eventually diminished to morbid reflecting over the I, from insisting to informing, which we are indeed brought up and trained to do. 29 31 I am as timorous as a sheva,32 as weak and muted as a daghesch lene;33 I feel like a letter printed backward in the line, and yet as uncontrollable as a pasha with three horse tails,34 as solicitous for myself and my thoughts as a bank for its banknotes, indeed, as reflected into myself as any pronomen refiexivum [reflexive pronoun].
The answer is: Da-da. 8 And with such observations life begins, and yet we deny hereditary sin. 9 And yet whom does the child have to thank for his first thrashings, whom else but his parents. lO How unreasonable people are! They never use the freedoms they have but demand those they do not have; they have freedom of thought-they demand freedom of speech. 20 Either/Or, I 111 don't feel like doing anything. I don't feel like ridingthe motion is too powerful; I don't feel like walking-it is too tiring; I don't feel like lying down, for either I would have to stay down, and I don't feel like doing that, or I would have to get up again, and I don't feel like doing that, either.
Good heavens, I thought, is that a funnel-shaped cloud-and took to my heels as fast as I could. What would His Reverence Jesper Morten have done, I wonder, in my place? Let others complain that the times are evil. I complain that they are wretched, for they are without passion. People's thoughts are as thin and fragile as lace, and they themselves as pitiable as lace-making girls. The thoughts of their hearts are too wretched to be sinful. It is perhaps possible to regard it as sin for a worm to nourish such thoughts, but not for a human being, who is created in the image of God.
Philosophie mathématique by Jean Cavaillès, Raymond Aron, Roger Martin