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Philosophy educator

Rémi Brague, French philosophy educator. Recipient Prix Grammaticakis Institute de France, 1988, medal, National Centre for Scientific Research, Paris, 1988. Member Association Etudes Grecques (Prix Reinach 1988), Institute France (Prix Papadopoulo 2000).

Background

Brague, Rémi was born on September 8, 1947 in Paris. Son of Pierre and Anne-Marie (Lavolet) Brague.

Education

Agregation, Ecole Normale Superieure, 1971. These de 3e cycle, University Sorbonne, 1976. These D'Etat, University Sorbonne, 1986.

Career

Research fellow National Centre for Scientific Research, Paris, 1976-1988. Professor University Burgundy, Dijon, France, 1988-1990. Professor philosophy University Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne, since 1990.

Visiting professor Pennsylvania State University, 1979-1980. Humboldt fellow, Cologne, Germany, 1987-1988, Boston University, 1996, 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Communio, since 1981, Theologiques, since 1988, Supplement to the Commentaries on Plato's Meno, 1978, Plato and Aristotle on Time, 1982, Aristotle and the Question of the World, 1988, Europe: The Roman Way, 1992, Worldy Wisdom, 1999.

Membership

Member Association Etudes Grecques (Prix Reinach 1988), Institute France (Prix Papadopoulo 2000).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading tintin books.

Connections

Married Françoise Jacquinot, March 21, 1970. Children: Pierre, Yves, Benoit, Anne-Claire.

father:
Pierre Brague

mother:
Anne-Marie (Lavolet) Brague

spouse:
Françoise Jacquinot

children:
Pierre Brague

Yves Brague

Benoit Brague

Anne-Claire Brague