Shortly after I left Paris, I began to read the work of the French historian of science Gaston Bachelard. Alain had told me that he had been taking seminars with Georges Canguilhem, and this made me curious. If Alain had been a student of Canguilhem, and Canguilhem had been a student of Bachelard, could I perhaps recognize elements of Bachelard’s conceptualization of scientific knowledge production in Alain’s way of producing scientific knowledge?...
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