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Alain Badiou (1937 - ) is a French philosopher.

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Badiou vs. Deleuze - Set Theory vs. Differential Calculus - Limits vs. Infinitesimals

My question is triggered by a quote from Manuel DeLanda which I find difficult to unpack as it is probably not only that they prefer different mathematical tools but that there is a profound ...
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Which philosophers have done most to bridge the analytic/continental divide?

I am interested to find out work done in this direction by prominent philosophers in each tradition. My paradigm cases would be Richard Rorty on the analytic side and Alain Badiou on the continental ...
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Does Popper's theory of falsification apply to mathematics?

Mathematics is generally & popularly judged a science in the basic duality: science - humanities. As enemies and collaborationists. The border heavily & fiercely policed. However, it seems to ...
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What is the essential something that Heidegger suggests that philosophers can learn from poetry?

In this transcript of a conversation between Simon Critchley & Badiou on Badiou's book Being and Event, Badiou states: And after that, I have also to understand why there is in modern times a ...