Souleymane Bachir Diagne is a professor of philosophy and the chair of the Department of French and Romance Philology at Columbia University. He is the author of Boole, l’oiseau de nuit en plein jour (1989), Islam and the Open Society: Fidelity and Movement in the Philosophy of Muhammad Iqbal (2011), African Art as Philosophy: Senghor, Bergson and the Idea of Negritude (2011), The Ink of the Scholars: Reflections on Philosophy in Africa (2016), and Open to Reason: Muslim Philosophers in Conversation with Western Tradition (2018). His book Bergson postcolonial: L’élan vital dans la pensée de Senghor et de Mohamed Iqbal (2011) was awarded the Dagnan-Bouveret prize by the French Academy of Moral and Political Sciences in 2011, the same year in which he received the Edouard Glissant Prize for his work.
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