Daniel Parrochia

  • Philosopher

Daniel Parrochia, born in 1951, holds an aggregation of philosophy, a doctorate and a habilitation to conduct research. He was successively a research fellow at the CNRS, then Professor at the Universities of Toulouse II Le Mirail, Paul Valéry-Montpellier III and Jean Moulin - Lyon III, where he taught epistemology and mathematical logic. He has published about twenty books and numerous articles.

Main publications : Philosophie des réseaux (PUF, 1993); Les grandes révolutions scientifiques du XXe siècle (PUF, 1997); L'homme volant (Champ Vallon, 2003); La Forme des Crises (Champ Vallon, 2008); L'Unification des Mathématiques (Hermès, 2012); Towards a general theory of classifications (Birkhaüser, 2013), Mathematics and Philosophy (Iste-Wiley, 2018).

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