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Subscribers only By Rémi BraguePosted 4 minutes ago, Updated 4 minutes ago Rémi Brague. Jean-Christophe MARMARA / Le FigaroTRIBUNE – The philosopher salutes the memory of an important Catholic thinker who died at the age of 45 years. From the Institute. Normalian and associate of philosophy, Rémi Brague is professor emeritus of philosophy at the University Panthéon-Sorbonne Chicago has lost the sulphurous aura that it had in Al Capone’s time. But her university makes her famous throughout the academic world. Its oriental studies department is one of the very best. Among the professors in its economics department, not having received a Nobel Prize makes you look like an original. At the Divinity School and as part of the prestigious Committee on Social Thought have taught Paul Ricoeur, David Tracy and, today, Jean-Luc Marion. It is in the context of this university that my friend Thomas Levergood, who recently died of cancer, had chosen to act. Thomas had studied political science there. After studying languages ​​and civilizations in Paris and Munich, two countries whose language he spoke, he continued to study theology, political science and literature at the said Committee. This article is for subscribers only. You have 75% to discover. Freedom is also to go to the end of a debate. Continue reading your article for € 1 for 2 months Already a subscriber? Log in Please Continue Reading. Page 2 Below “Homage to the American intellectual Thomas Levergood” -! Reserved for subscribers

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Rémi Brague. Jean-Christophe MARMARA / The Figaro TRIBUNE – The philosopher salutes the memory of an important Catholic thinker who died at the age of 58 years .

Of the Institute. Normalian and associate of philosophy, Rémi Brague is professor emeritus of philosophy at the University Panthéon-Sorbonne

Chicago has lost the sulphurous aura it had in Al Capone’s time. But her university makes her famous throughout the academic world. Its oriental studies department is one of the very best. Among the professors in its economics department, not having received a Nobel Prize makes you look like an original. At the Divinity School and as part of the prestigious Committee on Social Thought taught Paul Ricoeur, David Tracy and, today, Jean-Luc Marion.

It is in the context of this university that my friend Thomas Levergood, who recently died of cancer, had chosen to act. Thomas had studied political science there. After studying languages ​​and civilizations in Paris and Munich, two countries whose language he spoke, he continued to study theology, political science and literature at the said Committee.

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