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Leçon sur le Traité de la réforme de l'entendement - partie 5/6 (Vidéo)

Suite des commentaires du texte sur la première partie de la méthode. La question de la mémoire (paragraphes 81 à 83 - numérotation Koyré), la question de l'imagination (paragraphes 84 à 87), la question du langage (paragraphes 88 à 90).


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