∇ Format Philo : a philosophical debate
Format Raisins inaugurates this year Format Philo, a philosophical debate created by Nassime Barkat and Casimir Lejeune, who will welcome great philosophers such as Sidi Mohammed Barkat et Jean-Philippe Pierron. They will be joined by Paul de Rémusat, saxophonist and jazz musician.
∇ Les organisateurs et leurs invités
Nassime Barkart graduated from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, in contemporary philosophy, and studied the matters related to subjectivity in phenomenology and psychoanalysis under the supervision of Jocelyn Benoit and Guy-Félix Duportail.
Co-founder of the association “La Nouvelle Académie” in 2013, he organised, until 2016, conferences and debates, and took care of the publication of annual journals. He now takes part in the creation and management of philosophical events.
Casimir Lejeune graduated in contemporary philosophy and cinema from the Université of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. He now teaches philosophy at the Auguste Renoir highschool in Cagnes-sur-mer.
After being president of the philosophy association at La Nouvelle Académie for two years, which he created a student journal with, organised weekly meetings, conferences and debates related to philosophy.
He now develops and manages philosophical events he created.
Sidi Mohammed Barkat
Sidi Mohammed Barkat is a philosopher. He has been working on matters related to work and transformations / mutations for over a decade. Among his most famous published books, we can mention: Le travail en trompe-l’œil, Paris, éditions Rojos, 2016.
Jean-Philippe Pierron is a philosopher. He teaches at the Faculty of philosophy at the Jean Moulin University in Lyon, France. He manages the Master degree “ethics, ecology and sustainable development”.
He works mainly on imagination and action. He explores the field of medicine, family, work and ecology. He also published Penser le développement durable, Ellipses, 2007; Vulnérabilité, Pour une philosophie du soin, PUF, 2010; Où va la famille ? LLL, 2014, Les créatures de la soif, essai d’écologie poétique, F Bourin, 2018.
Paul de Pierron
Paul de Rémusat first learned how to play the saxophone as an autodidact, influenced by jazz from 60’s and the bebop tradition.
Then, he learned in the classes of Rick Margitza and Peter Giron for 4 years at the American School of Modern Music before going to the Conservatoire Régional de Paris under Jean Charles Richard’s supervision, in Luigi Grasso’s class.
He often appears on Parisian stages with Jazz, funk and soul groups, and collaborates a lot with afro-jazz musicians.
∇ Le program
12 July at the Prieuré of La Charité-sur-Loire
4:30 pm, free entry
Sidi Mohammed Barkat and Paul de Rémusat
Work and life – childhood
The same day at La Charité-sur-Loire
2:30 pm, Visit of the Quartier des Hôtelleries
7 pm, Un Camino de Santiago, La Fenice Ensemble
◊ Details of the show here
13 July at the Musée de la Machine agricole et de la ruralité
Museum of Agricultural Machinery and Rurality
6:30 pm, free entry
Dancing. Playing. Listening to take care of the world.
The same day at Saint-Loup des Bois
5 pm, Museum of Agricultural Machinery and Rurality
9 pm, Recital, Jean-Philippe Collard / Musée de la Machine agricole et de la ruralité (Museum of Agricultural Machinery and Rurality), Saint-Loup des bois
◊Details of the show here
The Format Raisins festival’s calendar with all the practicals infos can be downloaded here !