Réalisme littéraire et réalisme philosophique

Abstract : After a general presentation of the relations of Philosophy and Literature to langage and reality, this article tries to use an analysis of literary realism to build up a concept of philosophical realism. The most important in literary realism is not really his claim to observe the reality, but his descriptive and analytic style. On this model, a philosophical realism could be builded up, not as a theory above reality, but, in a wittgensteinian way, as a realistic analysis of sense and non sense.
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Pierre Fasula. Réalisme littéraire et réalisme philosophique. Alkemie, 2010, pp.127-139. ⟨hal-00766840⟩

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