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Prof. Bernard Reber

Prof. Bernard Reber is a Research Director at the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Centre de Recherche Sens, Éthique, Société (Research Centre on Meaning, Ethics, Society), (CERSES), (UMR 8137 CNRS – University Paris Descartes); since 2011. He integrated CNRS as a Senior (tenured) Research Fellow (first class) in 2000. Philosopher (HDR/Sorbonne) and political scientist (PhD/School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) / Centre for sociological and political Studies Aron Centre, Paris).

Teaching Fellow (among others): Since 2005 (24h/year), moral philosophy, master in ethics at the European Centre for Research and Teaching in Ethics, Strasbourg University. 2001-2007 (4h/year), philosophy at the Medical Faculty of Paris Descartes University, (DCEM3). 1998-2005 (25h/year): sociology of sciences (with Pr. Bruno Latour), 1st year at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris. 1999-2003 (28h/year): communication sciences and philosophy at the CELSA (School for Advanced Studies in Information and Communication Sciences), University of Paris 4-Sorbonne, (1st year, Master, PhD.1995-1997 (40h/year), philosophy and sociology of sciences, Polytechnic Federal University of Lausanne: Ethics of new Technologies; Sciences, Technologies and Society. Courses in interdisciplinary PhD Schools: University of Tours (2005-2006) and Paris Descartes University (2008). He has organized and co-organized 6 international seminars (in philosophy, sociology, political sciences, informatics and social research) on various themes such as pluralism and democracy, deliberative democracy, contemporary analysis of norms, empirical ethics, social ecology and environmental ethics, informatics for sociolinguistic. Member of the editorial Board of Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, Springer. Co-editor for the annual reviews in political and moral philosophy of La Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, France University Press. Member of the editorial board of the International Review of Modern Philosophy, Tokyo. Member of the editorial board of the review Ethics Forum, Montreal University.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement n°321480

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Project type:
Collaborative project

Work program topics addressed:
SiS.2012.1.1.1-1: Governance frameworks for Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)

Start date:
February 2013
End date:
Feburary 2016


Dr. Robert Gianni

P. Goujon

Project Officer:
Giuseppe Borsalino

Budget :
€ 1 780 570