Roger Munier (21 December 1923, Nancy – 10 August 2010, Vesoul) was a French writer and translator.
Roger Munier (21 December 1923, Nancy – 10 August 2010, Vesoul) was a French writer and translator. From 1953, Munier was one of the first to translate into French the work of his master and friend, the German philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889–1976). Partial list of works and translations, chronologically: 1963: Contre l'image, Éditions Gallimard, coll. Le Chemin ; éd. revue 1989. 1970: Le Seul (suivi de) D'un seul tenant, Claude Tchou, ; rééd.
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Opus incertum, 1984-1986. Revue Philosophique de la France Et de l'Etranger 194 (4):494-495 (2004). The Opus Majus of Roger Bacon. A Translation by Robert Belle Burke. This article has no associated abstract. No keywords specified (fix it). Categories. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. London: Humphrey Milford: Oxford University Press.
Author of L' instant, Opus Incertum, Le seul, Eurydice, Contre-jour, Sauf-conduit, Le visiteur qui jamais ne vient, Le Parcours oblique. Le visiteur qui jamais ne vient.
Published by Deyrolle, 1995. Bibliographic Details. ISBN 10: 2070763668, ISBN 13: 9782070763665. View all copies of this book. 1. opus incertum - (1984-1986). Published by GALLIMARD. ISBN 10: 2070763668 ISBN 13: 9782070763665.
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Roger Munier was a French writer and translator. 1995: Opus incertum I : carnets 1980-1981, Deyrolle. 1996: Dieu d'ombre, Arfuyen. From 1953, Munier was one of the first to translate into French the work of his master and friend, the German philosopher Martin Heidegger 1995: Opus incertum I : carnets 1980-1981, Deyrolle. 1996: Éternité, Fata Morgana, coll.
Roger Bacon (1214-1294) was a Franciscan friar who was commissioned by the Pope Clement IV to write the Opus Majus ("Greater Work" in Latin). The work contains many wonderful concepts and ideas that are pretty modern and scientists today should be able to easily relate to much of the topics in the work. His reference to gunpowder is in the second half of the Opus Majus - Opus Majus of Roger Bacon Part 2. It is also there where one will find the section on the scientific method (he calls it "Experimental Science") and also one will find there some interesting claims on the power of lenses for enhancing vision.