Giuseppe Bianco (Ph.D. Lille University, 2009) has been Research Assistant at the University of Warwick, and fellow at École Normale Supérieure and at Paris Institute for Advanced Studies. Bianco’s research is twofold: the history of the relationship between social and life sciences in 19th and 20th century Europe, on the one hand, and the impact of social sciences in the research on the history of ideas, on the other. He is currently working on a book about Georges Canguilhem and the consolidation of the philosophical field during the IV Republic.
He has published articles about authors, currents and concepts, as well as on the conditions of exchange and intellectual production. He recently published a book on Bergson’s legacy (
Après Bergson, PUF, 2015), a volume on biopolitical and bioethical issues (
The Care of Life, Rowman, 2014), and a collection about Georges Politzer (
La signification du concret. Psychologie et philosophie chez Georges Politzer, Hermann, to be published in Fall 2015). He has also edited J
ean Hyppolite entre structure et existence (Rue d'Ulm, 2013) and
Badiou and the Philosophers (Bloomsbury 2013).
He will be a visiting fellow at the Remarque Institute in Fall 2015.
September - November 2015