Serres, Hermes: Literature, Science, Philosophy
Hermes: Literature, Science, Philosophy is conceived as a first step in the publication of Michel Serres’s works. In order to help familiarize Ameri can readers with Serres’s original mode of thinking and writing, we have opted for a book that would include a selection of his most representative and most readable essays. Hermes illustrates the full range of Serres’s diverse and complex interests as well as the coherence of purpose in his thinking; it does not attempt to establish the kind of progression, con tinuity (in the narrow sense of the word), and unity that readers might expect from the anthologized work of an author. But Hermes should make abundantly clear how Serres’s writing is interdisciplinary at all levels, tracing themes across the domains of literature, philosophy,
science, and painting, borrowing their various techniques, and trans lating them into an original view of the world of knowledge.
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