Fiction et vérité à l’époque moderne

Philosophiques 40 (1):71 (2013)

Alexis Tadié | : Dans cet essai, on analyse la relation entre fait et fiction dans le contexte du développement de la forme romanesque. Je suggère que l’on peut approcher la nature du récit en examinant les manières dont les fictions et les histoires fictionnelles en sont venues à constituer des artefacts philosophiques complexes, la question du genre littéraire étant subordonnée à celle de fictionnalité. | : In this essay, I would like to analyse the relationship between fiction and fact within the context of the development of the novel. I suggest that we may approach narratives by looking at the ways in which fiction and fictional stories came to constitute complex philosophical artefacts — the question of genre being dependent on the idea of fictionality
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