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Edited by Christian Berner and Denis Thouard

Alongside the great tomes of thought that mark the history of philosophy, shorter texts often allow philosophers to present their reflections in a clear and concise manner. Developing a particular question, the opuscule, whether it is a short treatise, a discourse on method, an abstract, an article, a lecture or another form, contributes essentially to the clarification of philosophical theories and their stakes, thus opening up the field of their discussion.

Ascribing its rightful place to contemporary philosophy, “Opuscules” is open to different European philosophical traditions, particularly around the questions of meaning and interpretation, the methodology of historical knowledge, anthropology and the theory of knowledge.

ISSN (Print version): 0296-2454

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