By Peter Trawny
Peter Trawny, l'un des plus brillants philosophes de sa génération, interact ici, à travers le cas Heidegger, une réflexion sur le processus de l'errance dans une pensée, errance que Heidegger tenait pour « inévitable ». En décidant de publier en l'état, avec leurs passages antijuifs, ses Cahiers noirs dont les deux premiers tomes sont parus en mars en Allemagne sous sa course Heidegger n'a t-il pas voulu montrer en effet combien un philosophe, même de son envergure, peut se fourvoyer ? Liberté de se tromper, de se laisser effrayer en particulier lorsqu'elle s'applique à une époque aussi difficulty, aussi noire que le XXe siècle. Au-delà du seul cas Heidegger, ce thème nous a semblé d'une... effrayante actualité.
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This should make the set of α-worlds salient to participants in the conversation. Accordingly, the content of the assertion is the set of α-worlds. 2. An assertion of ‘John is bald’ is to have its essential effect on a context-set consisting of worlds of following two sorts: α-worlds, in which John has no hairs on his head, and β-worlds, in which John has n hairs on his head (appropriately distributed) for some n such that men with n hairs on their heads (appropriately distributed) are borderline cases of baldness.
Truthfulness Assent to an utterance of s only if you believe p; dissent⁷ from an utterance of s only if you believe p. 2. Trust Acquire the belief that p when others assent to an utterance of s; acquire the belief that p when others dissent from an utterance of s. (where p is the set-theoretic complement of p; I use ‘mean∗ ’ rather than ‘mean’ so it is clear that I do not wish to claim that a sentence s expresses a proposition p, as used by P, just in case s is used by P to mean∗ p). Thus, ‘Snow is white’ is used to mean∗ that snow is white if (a) there prevails a convention to assent to utterances of ‘Snow is white’ only if one believes that snow is white and dissent from utterances of ‘Snow is white’ only if one believes it is not the case that snow is white, and (b) to acquire the belief that snow is white when others assent to utterances of ‘Snow is white’ and acquire the belief that it is not the case that snow is white when others dissent from utterances of ‘Snow is white’.
Not so for the imperfect community of English speakers. Even if C ∗ turned out to be an ‘optimally apt’ description of the practice of English speakers (by the lights of M), it would be misleading to say that a sentence s is true, as used by English speakers, just in case C ∗ (s) contains the actual world as a member. For by doing so one would ignore the differences between the community of English speakers and a perfect linguistic community. It is better to say that a sentence s is true with respect to a classical semantics which is optimally apt just in case C ∗ (s) contains the actual world as a member.
La Liberté d'errer avec Heidegger by Peter Trawny