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He holds degrees in history, economics, and law. Though less well known in the Edgar Morin born Edgar Nahoum is a French philosopher and sociologist who has been internationally recognized for his work on complexity and "complex thought," and for his scholarly contributions to such diverse fields as media studies, politics, sociology, visual anthropology, ecology, education, and systems biology.
Though less well known in the United States due to the limited availability of English translations of his over 60 books, Morin is renowned in the French-speaking world, Europe, and Latin America. At the beginning of the 20th century, Morin's family migrated from the Greek town of Salonica to Marseille and later to Paris, where Edgar was born. When the Germans invaded France in , Edgar fled to Toulouse, where he assisted refugees and committed himself to Marxist socialism. As a member of the French Resistance he adopted the pseudonym Morin, which he would use for the rest of his life.
He joined the French Communist Party in In , he returned to Paris and gave up his military career to pursue his activities with the Communist party.
Due to his critical posture, his relationship with the party gradually deteriorated until he was expelled in after he published an article in Le Nouvel Observateur. Morin founded and directed the magazine Arguments — In his book Autocritique was published.
He returned to France where he published L'Esprit du Temps. He became involved in the student revolts that began to emerge in France. Morin was married to Johanne Harrelle, with whom he lived for 15 years.
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Insegnare a vivere. Manifesto per cambiare l'educazione
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La testa ben fatta - Edgar Morin