Corinne Enaudeau

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Corinne Enaudeau is a French philosopher. She is the daughter of Jean-François Lyotard.

A teacher in philosophy in the Lycée Henri-IV of Paris and the Lycée Janson de Sailly, she is also the program director of International College of philosophy of Paris.

Main works (in french only)[change | change source]

  • Là-bas comme ici. Les paradoxes de la représentation, Gallimard, coll. « Connaissance de l'inconscient - Série Tracés », 1998.
See also
  • (Dir. with Patrice Loraux)La méthode de l'expédient, Collège International de Philosophie - Le Collège en Actes, Kimé, 2006.
  • (With Jean-François Nordmann, Jean-Michel Salanskis and Frédéric Worms) Les Transformateurs Lyotard, Collège International de Philosophie, Sens & Tonka, 2008.
  • She has translated Manifesto of the Communist Party by Marx and Engels and the Critique of the Gotha Program by Marx.