Gilles Châtelet, né le 2 février 1944 à Bezons (Seine-et-Oise) et mort en juin 1999 à Paris, est un mathématicien et philosophe français.

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  • Gilles Châtelet, né le 2 février 1944 à Bezons (Seine-et-Oise) et mort en juin 1999 à Paris, est un mathématicien et philosophe français.
  • Gilles Châtelet (1944–1999) was a French philosopher and mathematician. He began studying at the École Normale Supérieure Fontenay-Saint-Cloud-Lyon in 1963. During the student upheavals of the late 1960s and the following years, he was a member of the Communist Party and associated with the Front homosexuel d'action révolutionnaire (FHAR). He became a gay activist due to his time in California in 1969, but went to the FHAR as a "way of finding again the ambiance of the United States." He later studied at University of Paris XI where he obtained his PhD in pure mathematics in December 20, 1975, and wrote his thesis on differential topology. He became a professor of mathematics in 1979 at the University of Paris VIII St. Denis (formally Known as the Free University of Vincennes). From 1981 to 1983 he was the scientific attaché at the French Embassy in Israel. He was the program director at the International College of Philosophy from 1989 to 1995. He is known to have designed a seminar titled "Love Science Philosophy." In 1994 he joined the Laboratory of Thinking Science which was just founded by Charles Alunni where until his death he taught an influential seminar titled "Action, Power and Virtuality." He committed suicide in Paris on June 11, 1999.
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  • Gilles Châtelet, né le 2 février 1944 à Bezons (Seine-et-Oise) et mort en juin 1999 à Paris, est un mathématicien et philosophe français.
  • Gilles Châtelet (1944–1999) was a French philosopher and mathematician. He began studying at the École Normale Supérieure Fontenay-Saint-Cloud-Lyon in 1963. During the student upheavals of the late 1960s and the following years, he was a member of the Communist Party and associated with the Front homosexuel d'action révolutionnaire (FHAR).
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  • Gilles Châtelet
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