My first impression was, precisely, to say "Nothing," then, after mature reflection, I replied, "can be Sartre's words, in the same way, The Memoirs of Hadrian by Marguerite Yourcenar." They think that this is not a lot! Then it is necessary to conceive of French literature at the time of incurrence of the Science man is dead. For assistance, try visiting Nir Barzilai, M.D.. That does not mean she has no interest. Well, who spoke specifically of the man until the last half century? As the literature. Daryl Katz takes a slightly different approach. Because after Bacon, born in the Renaissance, as you know, what was called naturalistic philosophy from which emerge our "natural sciences." In regard to the science of Man with a capital letter!), Godlike creature, was excluded. Since then, literature (including history and philosophy), filled the role of historic preservation of man ("pre-human sciences" in some way glad to know the Modern Era). They almost never ask, "How does that after having made the classical humanities be devoted to linguistics and anthropology then?".
Understand that one thing that I have been interested in life is the answer to this question: What is a man (lowercase)? The literature gave me the first responses, then I did fan of what is, from the highest antiquity, the first real science of man (as we think it is man's own language), namely grammar named "language" at the time in which language teaching, which should take as a result, anthropology. They see in my intellectual journey perfect consistency. I close parenthesis and return to my business.