I am currently a “Directeur de programme” at the French “Collège international de Philosophie”, where I am in charge of a seminar on the Internet, network technologies, cultures, and practices. For those interested, I’ve published online the extensive content of last spring’s research and conferences at (in French).
I also teach Philosophy at the Lycée Henri IV in Paris.
At this time I am preparing two books, one on the French Renaissance writer Montaigne, and another
one on the politics of the Internet. I realize this may look a bit schizophrenic – it probably is… – but I do think there is a very interesting similarity between Montaigne’s patterns of thought and rhetorics, and the
cognitive potentialities of networks and the Net.