Professeur de psychologie, Tel Aviv University

Carlo Strenger est philosophe, psychanalyste et professeur de psychologie à l’université de Tel-Aviv. Très engagé dans la résolution pacifique du conflit israélo-palestinien, il publie régulièrement des articles dans Haaretz, The Guardian, Die Welt, The New York Times et fait partie du comité d’observation du terrorisme au sein de la Fédération mondiale des scientifiques.

Après son essai La peur de l’insignifiance nous rend fous (Belfond, 2013 ; Pocket, 2016) et Le
Mépris civilisé (Belfond, 2016 ; Pocket, 2017), Allons-nous renoncer à la liberté ? est son
troisième ouvrage à paraître en France.

Carlo Strenger is an existential psychoanalyst, philosopher and public intellectual who serves as Professor of Psychology and Philosophy at Tel Aviv University, Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas and the School of Psychological Sciences

Strenger has published numerous papers and books. His work has been reported on, and he has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Time Magazine as well as hundreds of newspapers and websites in more than twenty languages.

As a publicist he writes primarily on Israeli politics and the Middle Eastern conflict and cultural issues. He is a columnist at Israel’s leading Newspaper Haaretz, and at Neue Zürcher Zeitung, and occasionally writes in The New York Times, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Foreign Policy.

Strenger serves functions and is affiliated with:

Terrorism Panel, World Federation of Scientists
Seminar for Existential Psychoanalysis (Daseinsanalytisches Seminar) Zurich
Sigmund Freud Museum Vienna, Scientific Board
Center for Terrorism Studies, John Jay College, CUNY, Senior Research Fellow
Consulting Editor, International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Research

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    Professeur de psychologie, Tel Aviv University