Jean-Paul Rosaye

Jean-Paul Rosaye is Full Professor at the Artois University in France. He is the author of more than sixty articles and conferences, mainly on the history of ideas in a European context, and also of a few books centered on the idealist ascendancy from the late Victorian period to the beginning of the 20th century : T. S. Eliot poète-philosophe : Essai de typologie génétique, [2000] ; Autour de l'idéalisme britannique: recherches et réflexions méthodologiques sur l'histoire des idées en Grande-Bretagne, [2010] ; F. H. Bradley et l'idéalisme britannique: les années de formation (1865-1876), [2012]. He is vice-director of the humanities research centre “Textes et Cultures” (EA 4028) of the Artois University, and director of a team of researchers working on “Civilization and Transcultural Studies”. He is currently working on a translation of F. H. Bradley's famous metaphysical treatise Appearance and Reality as well as on a study of Bradley's metaphysics. Contact: jpaul.rosaye@gmail.com

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