2013
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2013.04.001
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Serge Gelalian

Abstract: The question we concern ourselves with is how novelists, painters, musicians, sculptors, etc. imagine their surrounding world reality before (and even during) "creating" their work which represents a piece of this reality. In this article, the author focuses on fiction but the reasoning works for all kinds of artistic creations. "We reason only on models", says Paul Valéry. "We communicate only by models", echoes Gregory Bateson. We know that there is one major way of modeling in science, which is mathematica…

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