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Françoise Kleltz-Drapeau


Françoise Kleltz-Drapeau (Paris, 1956). PhD in Greek philosophy (Sorbonne University – Paris IV), she has worked under the direction of Pierre Aubenque and carried out research in Greece to study the concept of just measure in Aristotle.

At the New Sorbonne, she teaches university reading practices and, within the Ethical Space linked to the Paris Sud University, she studies the relations between medicine and philosophy. Her recent publications have tackled Camus’ philosophical dimension as to Greek thought, with the Meridian thought as a unifying thread: Une dette à l’égard de la culture grecque : la juste mesure d’Aristote, (L’Harmattan, 2012); “Éthique aristotélicienne et éthique camusienne. Penser la mesure”, in Camus et l’éthique, under the direction of Eve Morisi, (Classiques Garnier, 2014) and “Pensée de midi et juste mesure aristotélicienne : une dette grecque”, in Albert Camus et la pensée de midi, Rencontres méditerranéennes Albert Camus, (A. Barthélémy, 2016).