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Le surnaturel au service de la raison. Lecture "quantique" de trois récits fantastiques de Julio Cortázar

Abstract : In his essay Around the Day in Eighty Worlds (1964), Julio Cortazar connects what he calls “the feeling of absurdity” to an experience of ontological shift caused by outrageous and counter-intuitive truths (for the common sense) coming from physical science (quantum and Einstein relativity), taken into account from our familiar world. This article deals with the expression of the feeling of absurdity in literature, revealing strong implicit resonance of quantum physics in three famous fantasy short stories by Julio Cortazar.
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Anouck Linck. Le surnaturel au service de la raison. Lecture "quantique" de trois récits fantastiques de Julio Cortázar. Implications philosophiques, Implications philosophiques, 2015, Littérature et absurde, [16 p.]. ⟨hal-02157452⟩

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