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Si Marx fascine tant les philosophes, c'est peut-être parce qu'il a si vigoureusement dénoncé l'illusion de "la philosophie", le "discours de l. a. mauvaise abstraction", toujours idéaliste même sous des dehors matérialistes, et toujours stérile malgré sa grandiloquence. Pourtant, à n'en pas douter, comme le montrent les cent textes rassemblés dans cette anthologie, pris dans les oeuvres de jeunesse et surtout dans Le Capital et ses brouillons, l'oeuvre de Marx est d'une éclatante richesse philosophique. L'introduction de Lucien Sève revisite le corpus marxien et disclose pour los angeles première fois avec précision le réseau catégoriel d'ensemble qui constitue le fond de los angeles "Logique du Capital" : essence, abstraction, universalité, objectivité, matière, foi me, rapport, contradiction dialectique, histoire, liberté... Outre l'introduction et les notes qui accompagnent chacun de ces textes, un index des techniques philosophiques détaillé contribue à faire de ce quantity un précieux device de travail et de tradition.

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However, the professor adds that it will not be possible to the students to know in advance the date of the examination, because it will occur surprisingly. A clever student then reasons as follows: the examination can not take place on the last day of the week—Friday—because otherwise he would know, with certainty, that the examination would take place on Friday. So Friday can be eliminated. Similarly the student reasons, the examination cannot take place on the penultimate day of the week—Thursday—because otherwise he would know that the examination would take place on Thursday.

It suffices thus to draw a parallel between, on the one hand, the predicates “green” and “blue” and on the other hand, “grue” (green before T and blue after T) and “bleen” (blue before T and green after T). In this case, it is quite possible to define “green” and “blue” with the primitive notions of “grue” and “bleen”. A “green” object is then defined as “grue” before T and “bleen” after T, and similarly, a “blue” object is defined as “bleen” before T and “grue” after T. Thus, the definitions of “green” and “blue,” and on the other hand, of “grue” and “bleen,” turn out to be perfectly symmetrical and present identically a time reference.

Newcomb’s Problem Newcomb's Problem was described in 1960 by physicist William Newcomb, and was then introduced into the philosophical literature in an essay published in 1969 by Robert Nozick. We can describe the problem as follows. Two boxes, A and B, are placed in front of you. One of them—box A—is transparent and contains 1000 dollars. You will be faced with a choice: either take only the contents of box B or take the contents of both boxes A and B. You also know that a diviner, whose predictions have been extremely reliable so far, will put one million dollars in box B if he predicts that you will only take the latter.

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