Bertrand Ogilvie is a French philosopher based in Paris. He graduated in philosophy and classics from the Sorbonne, writing his PhD on Hegel as the foreigner. Ogilvie is the author of a book on Lacan and, more recently, L’homme jetable: essai sur l’exterminisme et la violence extreme [The Disposable Man: an Essay on Extremism and Extreme Violence]. In his latest book, La second nature du politique: essai d’anthropologie negative [The Second Nature of Politics: an Essay on Negative Anthropology], he explores the intersection of philosophy and anthropology. He also teaches political philosophy and psychoanalysis at the University of Paris X – Nanterre.
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