Stanislas Deprez

Stanislas Deprez has a doctorate in philosophy and a degree in anthropology and sociology. He works on philosophical anthropology and social science epistemology. His doctoral thesis was on Lucien Lévy-Bruhl (Lévy-Bruhl et la rationalisation du monde, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2010). He is now interested in the transhumanist imaginary, on which he has co-directed three books: Généalogies et nature du transhumanisme (Liber, 2018), Le corps des transhumains (Erès, 2019), Le transhumanisme : une anthologie (Hermann, 2020). He is an associate researcher at the ETHICS chair (Catholic University of Lille) and guest lecturer at the Catholic University of Louvain. He is a member of the scientific council and the reading committee of the Revue Philosophique.

Déterminations sociales et trajectoire individuelle. Peer review

L’exemple de Didier Éribon.

Stanislas Deprez et Stanislas Deprez | 26.07.2021

Didier Eribon’s autobiography is a magnificent example of socio-analysis. The present article details the main points: the journey of the defector, the opposition of social classes, feelings of shame, the stakes of school, the place of homosexuality, the role of the intellectual. It also points out a contradiction in the approach: Eribon intends to remain within the framework of a critical sociology, relating the trajectories of the agents to social determinations, but he breaks with this explanation when he [...]