Voyage au coeur de la pensée EN


The author is only proposing leads, asking questions. The reader, for his part, finds answers for himself, in a sense it is up to the reader to make the book his own. Because this trip, if I have traveled for myself and in detail, I can give the others only a vague taste, possibly through some practical indications, general directions, points of fall, elements that seemed to me salient.

What I say about thinking is that after having studied scientific discovery on the one hand and development in psychoanalysis on the other, first independently and then jointly, I came to the conviction that it was one and the same thing. And also that to think, it was first and foremost to recognize identical in the most varied objects.

If then thought allows us to understand the world, perhaps we must admit that it is the real itself that provides these identical. On the side of the origin of the thought, and on the side of the very first experiences of the infant. Which gives this strong enough feeling that the scientific description of the world only describes our own imaginary, which then leaves us to think that in our imagination, reality is instilled by some way from the point of departure.