Robert Misrahi est un philosophe français, né à Paris le 3 janvier 1926. Spécialiste de Spinoza, il consacre son travail à la liberté et au bonheur. Professeur émérite de philosophie éthique à l'Université de Paris I (Sorbonne), il a publié de nombreux ouvrages sur Spinoza et consacré l'essentiel de son travail à la question du bonheur.

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  • Robert Misrahi est un philosophe français, né à Paris le 3 janvier 1926. Spécialiste de Spinoza, il consacre son travail à la liberté et au bonheur. Professeur émérite de philosophie éthique à l'Université de Paris I (Sorbonne), il a publié de nombreux ouvrages sur Spinoza et consacré l'essentiel de son travail à la question du bonheur. Il lui arriva par ailleurs de publier plusieurs articles dans Les Temps modernes, Encyclopædia Universalis, Le Dictionnaire des philosophies "PUF", mais aussi Libération, Charlie Hebdo ou le Nouvel Observateur.
  • Robert Misrahi is a French philosopher (born 1926), who specialises in Spinoza.Born in Paris to Turkish-Jewish immigrants, Misrahi studied at the University of Paris (Sorbonne), where he became a protege of Jean-Paul Sartre. He is currently the emeritus professor of ethical philosophy at the Université de Paris I (Sorbonne), he has published a number of works on Spinoza and published the essentials of his work on the question of happiness. He has published a number of works in publications including Les Temps modernes, Encyclopædia Universalis, Le Dictionnaire des philosophies "PUF", but also Libération and le Nouvel Observateur.In November 2002, he published a polemic in the columns of Charlie Hebdo, regarding a book by controversial Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci, la Rage et l'Orgueil.During his studies at the Sorbonne, Misrahi also became involved with the militant Zionist group Lehi, which was then conducting an insurgency in Palestine against the British. Misrahi was recruited to carry out an attack on British soil. During a March 1947 visit to London, Misrahi placed a bomb in the Colonial Club, a recreational facility for students and soldiers from British colonies in Africa and the West Indies. The bomb, which detonated on March 7, 1947, blew out the facility's doors and windows and seriously injured several soldiers.
  • Робер Мисраи (на френски: Robert Misrahi) е френски философ, роден в Париж през 1926 г., ufxjf e i,eo водещите специалисти по Спиноза.Почетен професор по етическа философия на Университета Париж I (Сорбоната), той е публикувал многобройни книги посветени на Спиноза, както и философско-естетичните страни на проблема за щастието за основни в неговото творчество. Мисраи е публикувал статии в периодичния печат, в енциклопедията Universalis и в философския речника на издателство "PUF". През ноември 2002 г., предизвика полемика на страниците на седмичника Charlie Hebdo предизвика разпален спор около скандалната книга на Орлана Фалачи Ярост и Гордост, която защитава.
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  • Robert Misrahi est un philosophe français, né à Paris le 3 janvier 1926. Spécialiste de Spinoza, il consacre son travail à la liberté et au bonheur. Professeur émérite de philosophie éthique à l'Université de Paris I (Sorbonne), il a publié de nombreux ouvrages sur Spinoza et consacré l'essentiel de son travail à la question du bonheur.
  • Робер Мисраи (на френски: Robert Misrahi) е френски философ, роден в Париж през 1926 г., ufxjf e i,eo водещите специалисти по Спиноза.Почетен професор по етическа философия на Университета Париж I (Сорбоната), той е публикувал многобройни книги посветени на Спиноза, както и философско-естетичните страни на проблема за щастието за основни в неговото творчество. Мисраи е публикувал статии в периодичния печат, в енциклопедията Universalis и в философския речника на издателство "PUF".
  • Robert Misrahi is a French philosopher (born 1926), who specialises in Spinoza.Born in Paris to Turkish-Jewish immigrants, Misrahi studied at the University of Paris (Sorbonne), where he became a protege of Jean-Paul Sartre. He is currently the emeritus professor of ethical philosophy at the Université de Paris I (Sorbonne), he has published a number of works on Spinoza and published the essentials of his work on the question of happiness.
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