La réception de Charles S. Peirce en France (1870-1914)

Le philosophe américain Charles S. Peirce ne trouva, malgré ses efforts, guère d'interlocuteurs en France. On le considéra comme un mathématicien et logicien, un physicien et un psychologue fiable, mais son œuvre philosophique fut systématique­ment distordue au gré des controverses franco-françaises. Nous mettons l'accent sur les lectures d'André Lalande et de Louis Couturat qui contribuèrent néanmoins à faire reconnaître en France l'originalité du père du pragmaticisme. Despite his efforts, the American philosopher Charles S. Peirce found hardly any interlocutors in France. He was considered mostly as a mathematician and logician, a physicist and a reliable psychologist, but his philosophical work was systematically distorted in consequence of "Franco-French" disputes. We emphasize here the read­ings of André Lalande and Louis Couturat who made significant contributions towards the recognition in France of the originality of the founding father of Pragmaticism
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