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Suzanne Bachelard

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Suzanne Bachelard (October 18, 1919, Voigny – November 3, 2007, Paris) was a French philosopher and academic.[1] In 1958, she published La Conscience de la rationalité. She was the daughter of philosopher Gaston Bachelard whose posthumous book Fragments d'une Poétique du Feu she edited.[2] She taught at the Sorbonne, where she also had Jacques Derrida as her assistant.[3] She was the first translator to French of Edmund Husserl Formal and Transcendental Logic.

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  1. ^ Biographical Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Philosophers. London: Routledge. 1996. p. 42. ISBN 0-415-06043-5.
  2. ^ Smith, Roch C. (2016). Gaston Bachelard, Revised and Updated: Philosopher of Science and Imagination. SUNY series in Contemporary French Thought. SUNY Press. p. 128. ISBN 9781438461939.
  3. ^ Bennington (1991) p.330