Frédéric Worms

Frédéric Worms

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Frédéric Worms is professor of contemporary philosophy and moral philosophy at the École normale supérieure in Paris, where he also serves as directeur-adjoint of Lettres et Sciences humaines and director of the Centre international d’étude de la philosophie française (CIEPFC). Moreover, he is a member of the Comité consultatif national d’éthique. A specialist in the thought of Henri Bergson and the history of philosophy, his recent work concerns questions of ethics and politics, focusing on issues of human rights, care, and violence, considered from the perspective of the living. Among his recent books are Les maladies chroniques de la démocratie (2017), Penser à quelqu‘un (2014), Revivre. Éprouver nos blessures et nos ressources (2012), La Philosophie en France au XXe siècle. Moments (2009), and Bergson ou les deux sens de la vie (2004).