The article presents and discusses the fruitful collaboration between Gaston Bachelard and the engraver Albert Flocon: a sort of "elective affinity" that lasted for a decade from the end of the 1940s, and which brought philosophy, science and art together. The historian and epistemologist Hans-Joerg Rheinberger has recently dedicated a book to the topic, published in three languages.

"Conscience d'outil". Art and Science

Claudio Pogliano
2018

Abstract

The article presents and discusses the fruitful collaboration between Gaston Bachelard and the engraver Albert Flocon: a sort of "elective affinity" that lasted for a decade from the end of the 1940s, and which brought philosophy, science and art together. The historian and epistemologist Hans-Joerg Rheinberger has recently dedicated a book to the topic, published in three languages.
Pogliano, CLAUDIO SERGIO
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