Gilles-Gaston Granger

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Gilles Gaston Granger (French: [ɡʁɑ̃ʒe]; born January 28, 1920), is a French analytic philosopher, born in Paris.

His works discuss the philosophy of logics, mathematics, human and social sciences, Wittgenstein, Aristotle, and Jean Cavaillès. He produced the authoritative translation of Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus into French. He has published more than 150 scientific articles.

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  • Méthodologie économique (PUF, 1955)
  • La raison (1955)
  • La mathématique sociale du marquis de Condorcet (PUF, 1956)
  • Pensée formelle et science de l'homme (Aubier, 1960)
    • Formal Thought and the Sciences of Man, translation by Alexander Rosenberg, (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science)
  • Essai d'une philosophie du Style (Armand Colin, 1968)
  • Wittgenstein (Seghers, 1969)
  • La théorie aristotélicienne de la science (Aubier, 1976)
  • Langage et épistémologie (Klincksieck, 1979)
  • Pour la connaissance philosophique (Odile Jacob, 1988)
  • Invitation à la lecture de Wittgenstein (Alinéa, 1990)
  • La vérification (Odile Jacob, 1992)
  • Le probable, le possible et le virtuel (Odile Jacob, 1995)
  • L'irrationnel (Odile Jacob, 1998)
  • La pensée de l'espace (Odile Jacob, 1999)

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