Pluralismo expresivo, monismo, traducción, imagen, pentalogía Hermes (sobre la información)
Michel Serres tells us that his aim is to speak in many voices and in many tongues. His use of the image is a more effective means of pluralist expression than purely academic prose would permit. When Serres speaks in images he says more and goes farther than when he confines himself to pure concepts. Serres seems to have noticed this, as he differentiates his style from Deleuze’s and its use of conceptual characters, declaring that he drops the qualification of “conceptual” and writes in terms of characters. The concept is one level or modality of this imagistic approach.