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    Introduction.Roger Caillois - 1977 - Diogenes 25 (100):1-6.
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  2. The Structure and Classification of Games.Roger Caillois & Elaine P. Halperin - 1955 - Diogenes 3 (12):62-75.
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    Pierres.Roger Caillois - 2004 - Diogène 207 (3):112-115.
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  4. Unity of Play: Diversity of Games.Roger Caillois - 1957 - Diogenes 5 (19):92-121.
  5. African Literature in the Age of Criticism.Roger Caillois - 1972 - Diogenes 20 (80):1-5.
  6. Foreword.Roger Caillois - 1956 - Diogenes 4 (13):1-5.
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  7. The Stone Men of the Canadian Arctic.Roger Caillois & Rosanna Rowland - 1976 - Diogenes 24 (94):78-93.
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  8. The Logic of Imagination: (Avatars of the Octopus).Roger Caillois & Rosemary Kew - 1970 - Diogenes 18 (69):74-98.
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  9. 102 Carolyn Gratton.Robert Alexander Brady, Theodore Brameld, Stanley Elara, William W. Brickman, Charles K. Brightbell, Yale Brozen, Walter S. Buckingham, Ralph W. Burhoe, Roger Caillois & Marjorie L. Casebier - 1967 - Humanitas 92:101.
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    Extracts from Pierres réfléchies.Roger Caillois & Charles A. La Via - 2018 - Substance 47 (2):149-155.
    SubStance is pleased to present, for the first time in English, the Prologue and Epilogue from Roger Caillois's Pierres réfléchies. Pierres réfléchies is the last, and least cited, of Caillois's singular writings on stones, which are being rediscovered and reread in the contemporary geologic-philosophical-aesthetic context. Here, Caillois provides a final articulation of his mystical materialism and diagonal science, his hermetic reading of a cosmos composed of hieroglyphic signs, in which "stone… speaks… the most convincing language in the universe." These ruminations (...)
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    Generalized Esthetics.Roger Caillois - 1962 - Diogenes 10 (38):131-154.
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  12. La dissymétrie.Roger Caillois - 1973 - [Paris]: Gallimard.
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  13. Méduse et cie.Roger Caillois - 1960 - Paris,: Gallimard.
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  14. Rencontres internationales de Genève: « Le Robot, la Bête et l'Homme ».Roger Caillois, Stanislaw Ulam, Jacques Monod, J. de Ajuriaguerra, Guido Calogero & R. P. Niel - 1966 - Les Etudes Philosophiques 21 (4):566-566.
     
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    The College de Sociologie: Paradox of an Active Sociology.Roger Caillois & Susan Lanser - 1975 - Substance 4 (11/12):61.
  16. After Six Years of a Doubtful Combat.Roger Caillois - 1959 - Diogenes 7 (26):1-6.
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    Concerning Poetry-a Resumé.Roger Caillois - 1977 - Diogenes 25 (100):111-127.
    It goes without saying that my intention is not to remind the reader that poetry exists. Everyone knows it. Instead, I propose to show that it is possible, from which it follows that it is. inevitable and that, being inevitable, it is justified. It is not. enough that a thing exist for it to be legitimate: it could be merely apparent, accidental or insignificant; it. could conceal some trick or have only a temporary justification. Even more, the same word—here, poetry—could (...)
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  18. Circular Time, Rectilinear Time.Roger Caillois & Nora McKeon - 1963 - Diogenes 11 (42):1-13.
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  19. Diogenes and Neo-Humanism.Roger Caillois - 1953 - Diogenes 1 (4):114-122.
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    Dynamics of Dissymmetry.Roger Caillois & Mary Fradier - 1971 - Diogenes 19 (76):62-92.
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    Extracts from Stones.Roger Caillois - 2005 - Diogenes 52 (3):89 - 92.
    I speak of stones that have always lain out in the open or sleep in their lair and the dark night of the seam. They hold no interest for the archaeologist, artist or diamond-cutter. No one made palaces, statues, jewels from them; or dams, ramparts, tombs. They are neither useful nor famous. They do not sparkle in any ring, any diadem. They do not publicize lists of victories, laws of Empire, carved in ineffable characters. Neither boundaries nor memorials, yet exposed (...)
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    Metamorphoses of Hell.Roger Caillois & Mary Burnet - 1974 - Diogenes 22 (85):62-82.
  23. Science Fiction.Roger Caillois - 1975 - Diogenes 23 (89):87-105.
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  24. The Myth of the Unicorn.Roger Caillois & R. Scott Walker - 1982 - Diogenes 30 (119):1-23.
    We are pleased to offer our readers an unpublished article by Roger Caillois, a posthumous text which takes its place alongside his other studies on the myth and the imaginary. The octopus, the praying mantis and the fulgora in the real world led Roger Caillois to reflections similar to those which he exposes here relative to the narwhal and the imaginary unicorn. The importance of the unicorn in the author's work comes from the relationship established by the narwhal's tusk between (...)
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