Xanophone Tenezakis

Xenophon Tenezakis, a graduate of Sciences Po Strasbourg and of the ENS de Lyon (philosophy and history of political thought), is currently Associate Professor of Philosophy in secondary school in Nancy, and a doctoral student at the University of Paris-Est Créteil under the supervision of Guillaume Le Blanc; his thesis deals with the problem of freedom in the collective in Sartre and Guattari-Deleuze. The principal publications of Tenezakis include « L’engagement écologique et social à Nancy », Esprit, Jan-Feb 2021;  “Foucault et la démocratie antique, face à Arendt et Castoriadis,” in Foucault – Repenser les rapports entre les Anciens et Les Modernes, Presses Universitaires de Laval/Vrin, 2020; “Sublime Catastrophe,” Esprit, Jan-Feb 2020 ; “Réflexions spinozistes sur le rapport entre miracle et démocratie”, Implications philosophiques, March 2018; and “Sécularisation et bio-politique chez Spinoza,” Astérion, 2016.