Whether she’s using Spinoza for crisis control, Descartes for social and personal responsibility or Bergson for personal and professional development, Marie Robert makes philosophy practical. Her teaching shows old theories in a new light, turning an academic discipline into an everyday tool that pushes us to make carefully informed decisions.
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