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Gaston Bachelard

Gaston Bachelard (; June 27, 1884 – October 16, 1962) was a French philosopher. He made contributions in the fields of poetics and the philosophy of science. To the latter he introduced the concepts of epistemological obstacle and epistemological break (obstacle épistémologique et rupture épistémologique). He rose to some of the most prestigious positions in the Académie française and influenced many subsequent French philosophers, among them Michel Foucault, Louis Althusser, Dominique Lecourt and Jacques Derrida.

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Jean Lescure - Biography
... "Messages" in 1942, printed in Brussels, with Paul Éluard, Raymond Queneau, Michel Leiris, Gaston Bachelard, Georges Bataille, Jean Paulhan, Guillevic, André Frénaud ... Domaine français" (Messages 1943) was printed in Geneva (Louis Aragon, Gaston Bachelard, Albert Camus, Paul Claudel, Paul Éluard, André Gide, Michel Leiris, François Mauriac ... Lapicque, Pignon, Prassinos, Singier, Ubac) and essays on the philosopher Gaston Bachelard and André Malraux ...
Gaston Bachelard - Bibliography - Sources
... Dominique Lecourt, L’épistémologie historique de Gaston Bachelard (1969) ... Dominique Lecourt, Pour une critique de l’épistémologie Bachelard, Canguilhem, Foucault (1972, réed ... Lecourt, Marxism and Epistemology Bachelard, Canguilhem and Foucault, New Left Books, London (1975) ...
Constructivist Epistemology - History
... Gaston Bachelard, who is known for his physics psychoanalysis and the definition of an "epistemologic obstacle" that can disturb a changing of scientific paradigm as the one that occurred between classical ... All is constructed.", Gaston Bachelard (La formation de l'esprit scientifique, 1934) ... While quantum mechanics is starting to grow, Gaston Bachelard makes a call for a new science in Le Nouvel Esprit scientifique (The new scientific spirit) ...

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    Ideas are invented only as correctives to the past. Through repeated rectifications of this kind one may hope to disengage an idea that is valid.
    Gaston Bachelard (1884–1962)

    Even a minor event in the life of a child is an event of that child’s world and thus a world event.
    —Gaston Bachelard (1884–1962)