Trace and forgetting: Between the threat of erasure and the persistence of the unerasable. Greisch, J. Diogenes, 51(1):77–97, 2004.
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[first paragraph] Ancient philosophers believed that three anecdotes are enough to characterize a philosophical temperament. As soon as I accepted the invitation to participate in a research devoted to the triple topic: ‘Trace, print, remains', three anecdotes at once came to mind. I shall use them to establish a preliminary understanding of the concept of trace, which we shall subsequently approach from a more philosophical perspective.
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abstract = {[first paragraph] Ancient philosophers believed that three anecdotes are enough to characterize a philosophical temperament. As soon as I accepted the invitation to participate in a research devoted to the triple topic: ‘Trace, print, remains', three anecdotes at once came to mind. I shall use them to establish a preliminary understanding of the concept of trace, which we shall subsequently approach from a more philosophical perspective.},
author = {Greisch, Jean},
doi = {10.1177/0392192104041695},
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issn = {0392-1921},
journal = {Diogenes},
number = {1},
pages = {77--97},
title = {{Trace and forgetting: Between the threat of erasure and the persistence of the unerasable}},
url = {http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0392192104041695},
volume = {51},
year = {2004}
}
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