Hourya Sinaceur

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Hourya Sinaceur is a well-known Moroccan philosopher.


Hourya Benis was born in 1940 in Casablanca in Morocco.[1] She is an expert in the theory and history of mathematics. Her best known book is Field and Models which was published in 2003.[2] Sinaceur worked for Paris-Sorbonne University and the CNRS which is also in Paris, and the URS in Rabat. She is currently a member of the National French Committee of History and Philosophy of Science (Comité National Francais d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences (CNFHPS)).


  1. ^ "Hommage à Rabat à la philosophe marocaine Hourya Benis Sinaceur" in MAP, 16 Nov. 2007 [1] retrieved 32-2-2009)
  2. ^ Hourya Sinaceur, Fields and Models - From Sturm to Tarski and Robinson, 2003, ed. Birkhauser Boston, ISBN 978-0-8176-4114-6
  • Sinaceur, H., 2001. "Alfred Tarski: Semantic shift, heuristic shift in metamathematics", Synthese 126: 49-65.
  • "Alfred Tarski Life and Logic", Review by Sinaceur [2]
  • Presentation (in French) and bibliography of recent work on IHPST [3] (retrieved on Feb. 22, 2009)