Daniel Andler

Daniel Andler was first a mathematician, a specialist in model theory (a branch of logic). He taught mathematics at Paris 7 (now Université Paris-Cité) and other universities for twenty-odd years. Thereafter he taught philosophy of science in Lille, Nanterre and Paris IV (now Sorbonne Université), focussing on cognitive science and artificial intelligence. Here is a summary and table of contents of his latest book.

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