Judith E. Schlanger

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Judith Epstein Schlanger (born 1936) is a French writer and philosopher. She is Chaim Perelman Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.[1] She has written over a dozen books on intellectual invention.[2]

Works[edit]

  • Schelling et la réalité finie, essai sur la philosophie de la nature et de l'identité, 1966
  • Les métaphores de l'organisme, 1971.
  • Penser la bouche pleine, 1975.
  • L'invention intellectuelle, 1979.
  • (with Isabelle Stengers) Les concepts scientifiques: invention et pouvoir, 1991
  • La mémoire des oeuvres, 1992.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Judith Schlanger, Chaim Perelman Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
  2. ^ Christophe Pradeau & Roxanne Lapidus, 'Judith Schlanger: Explorer of Lettered Space', SubStance 31:1 (2002), pp.67-76