Rémi Brague is Emeritus Professor of Medieval and Arabic Philosophy at the University of Paris I. He teaches also at the Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität of Munich where he holds the chair Romano Guardini. He obtained his degee in Philosophy in 1971 and soon became Associate Professor. He carried on his studies and obtained a Ph.D in the Université Paris-Sorbonne. Afterwards, he focused his works on medieval Hebrew and he studied literal Arabic. He has taught in several French, German and Swiss universities. He was visiting professor at the Pennsylvania State University, Boston University-U.S., Boston College-U.S., the Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona) and at the University San Raffaele (Milan). He is member of the Institut de France (Academy of moral and political sciences). He has recently published: La loi de Dieu. Histoire philosophique d’une alliance, 2005; Au moyen du Moyen Âge. Philosophies médiévales en chrétienté, judaïsme, islam, La Différence, 2006; Du Dieu des chrétiens et d’un ou deux autres, 2008; Les Ancres dans le ciel. L’infrastructure métaphysique, 2011; Le Propre de l’homme. Sur une légitimité menacée, 2013.
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