chapter  IX
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‘Interpolations et non-sens indiscutables’: The First Poem of the Ptochoprodromika

Whereas in the natural sciences one should no longer unquestioningly accept one’s dependence on measuring and on evidence obtained by means of measuring - not in the wake of Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle - in the humanities the continuing inferiority complex towards the ‘exact’ sciences, namely that nothing can be proved by measuring, seems to be virulent.