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Let's make philosophy great again ! I teach philosophy and you deserve to know philosophy and think philosophicaly

Philosophy is not only useful for classes, but also for your intellectual and critical abilities.
I focuse on method, making people start a reflexion from zero to complex and deep conceptual problems.
This tends to become a real game, that stimulates and satisfies people and me.

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The class is taught in:English, French

About Me

I am french teacher of philosophy. Philosophy is ma life style and my main source of pleasure. I like to make people proud of themselves once they master a subject from the elementary concepts. This is very ludic and satisfaying. I enjoy transmitting, by teaching, the stimulation of thinking by ourselves.

Education

scientific baccalaureat (speciality mathematics)
Lycée Fénelon (Paris, 5th)
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Université Paris Cité (13rd arrondissement Paris)

Experience / Qualifications

preparatory class to great school entrance (ENS)
external agregation of philosophy (higher grade for teaching in France)
now teaching at university during my Phd

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