Miran Božovič

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Miran Božovič (born August 12, 1957) is a Slovenian philosopher, associated with the Ljubljana school of psychoanalysis.

He was born in Ljubljana. He holds a degree in comparative literature and philosophy from the University of Ljubljana, and a PhD in philosophy. He teaches early modern philosophy at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana.[1] He has written on several controversial subjects, including Bentham's concept of panopticon, the conceptualizations of the body in early modern philosophy, and the influence of traditional exorcist notions on Descartes' philosophy.[2]