Les grandes révolutions scientifiques du XXe siècle

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Abstract

Trois grandes rv̌olutions sont ici ťudiěs en dťail : la thǒrie de la relativit ̌(restreinte et gňřale); la thǒrie du chaos dťerministe; la mčanique quantique et ses diffřentes interprťations. L'auteur tente, chaque fois, d'en mesurer l'impact sur notre vision du monde et d'esquisser un paysage philosophique nouveau.

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