Diogo Sardinha

Academic Degree:
PhD
Professional Category:

Research Group: HPhil

Diogo Sardinha studied philosophy at the University of Lisbon (B.A. 1997) and University of Paris-Nanterre (adviser Étienne Balibar, M.A. 1999, Ph.D 2005), before obtaining his French “Habilitation” at the University of Paris 8 (2016).Former visiting scholar at Catholic University of São Paulo (2006), French-German Marc Bloch Research Center for Social Sciences in Berlin (2007), Freie Universität Berlin (2007-2008) and Columbia University (2013). Fellow of the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris from 2010 to 2016, President from 2013 to 2016 and first non-French person to hold this office. Former holder of FCT and Gulbenkian Foundation fellowships. His research focuses on modern and contemporary philosophy, in areas such as anthropology, politics, history, and gender. Since 2006, he has worked closely with Leonel Ribeiro dos Santos on Kant.

Selected Publications

“Que faire d’un radeau de pierre? La péninsule Ibérique au carrefour des mers et des continents.” F. Hofmann and M. Messling (eds.), Point de fuite. La Méditerranéenne et la crise européenne, Paris, Hermann, p. 126-143, In Press. (Translated in Portuguese, 2018, and German,2017.)

“Una minoría que no dicta la ley. El Kant de la Ilustración releído por Foucault.” J.L. Pardo and M. Díaz Marsá (ed.), Foucault y la cuestión del derecho. Madrid, Escolar y Mayo, 2017, p.  247-266

“Nature, action et émancipation dans la ‘Réponse à la question: Qu’est-ce que les Lumières?’’’ S. Grapotte, M. Lequan, M. Ruffing (eds.), L’Année 1784: Droit et philosophie de l’histoire. Paris. Vrin,2017, p. 225-233

Foucault pró e contra: das contraciências às anticiências.” S. Gallo and M. Rago (eds.), “É inútil revoltar-se?” Foucault e as insurreições. São Paulo. Intermeios,  2017, p. 119-132

“Foucault: Repensar a crítica de Kant para uma outra compreensão do sujeito.” B.C. Duarte (ed.), Da Crítica.Lisbon, Sistema solar (Documenta), 2016, p. 121-131

“Se souvenir de ce qu’il faut oublier: un paradoxe de la pacification sociale?” B. Cenatus, S. Douailler, M.D. Pierre-Louis, É. Tassin, Haïti, de la dictature à la démocratie?Montréal, Mémoire d’encrier, 2015, p. 199-208

“Le nominalisme de la relation comme principe anti-métaphysique.” C. Laval, L. Paltrinieri, F. Taylan, Foucault & Marx. Lectures, usages, confrontationsParis, La Découverte, 2015, p. 244-257 (Translated in Chinese, 2017, and Spanish, 2018)

“La mystique psychanalysée: Lacan et sainte Thérèse d’Avila.” D. Cohen-Levinas, G. Roux, M. Sebti (eds.), Mystique et philosophie dans les trois monothéismes. Paris. Hermann, 2015, p. 287-300

“Peut-on transmettre ce qu’on ne possède pas? Kant et le paradoxe de l’éducateur.” V. Berty(ed.), Les Nouvelles Voies de la transmission. Paris. Archives Karéline. 2014, p. 31-43

L’Émancipation de Kant à Deleuze. Paris. Hermann, 2013, 246 p.

“A antropologia filosófica desarmada pela filosofia antropológica.” S. Tannus Muchail, M. Alves da Fonseca, A. Veiga-Neto (eds.), O Mesmo e o Outro: 50 anos de História da Loucura. Belo Horizonte/São Paulo. Autêntica,2013, p. 157-171

“Deleuze et Foucault, philosophes du contreet de l’anti.” Ch. Bourseiller and O. Penot-Lacassagne (eds.), Contre-cultures! Paris. CNRS Éditions. 2013, p. 165-178

Ordre et temps dans la philosophie de Foucault. Paris. L’Harmattan, 2011, 252 p.(Translated in Spanish, 2014.)

“L’art de faire un peuple: l’Europe, la nation et la ‘populace’ dans l’Anthropologiede Kant.” S. Nour-Sckell and D. Ehrhardt (eds.), La Fascination de la planète. L’éthique de la diversité. Berlin. Duncker & Humblot, 2011, p. 21-42 (Translated in German, 2011.)

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