Catherine Malabou

Catherine Malabou (born 1959) is a French philosopher. She is professor in the Philosophy Department at the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) at Kingston University.

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... we Do with Our Brains," 2 (Spring 2011) Justin Clemens, The Age of Plastic or, Catherine Malabou on the Hegelian Futures Market, Cosmos and History The ... Frédéric Worms, Ce qui est atteint dans le cerveau (Catherine Malabou, Les nouveaux Blessés), Esprit, Paris, February 2009, 204-208 ... Slavoj Žižek, Quando una vittima sopravvive alla propria morte (on Catherine Malabou Les nouveaux Blessés), Il Manifesto, Roma, January 2008, 12 ...

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