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Isabelle Stengers (/ˈstɛŋərs/; French: [stɑ̃ɡɛʁs]; born 1949) is a Belgian philosopher and daughter of historian Jean Stengers. Stengers graduated with a degree in chemistry from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She is the author of books on Chaos Theory, with Ilya Prigogine, the Russian-Belgian physical chemist and Nobel Laureate noted for his work on dissipative structures, complex systems, and irreversibility, especially Order out of Chaos and The End of Certainty: Time, Chaos and the New Laws of Nature. Stengers and Prigogine often draw from the work of Deleuze; treating him as an important philosophical source to think through questions regarding irreversibility and the universe as an open system. Stengers' most recent work has turned to her proposition of Cosmopolitics, a key aspec

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  • Isabelle Stengers, née en 1949 à Bruxelles, est une philosophe belge. Spécialiste de la pensée de Whitehead et de philosophie des sciences.
  • Isabelle Stengers (1949) es una filósofa (historiadora de la ciencia y epistemóloga, específicamente) de nacionalidad belga, hija del historiador Jean Stengers, también belga. Se graduó en química en la Universidad Libre de Bruselas.
  • Isabelle Stengers (* 1949) ist eine belgische Philosophin.
  • Isabelle Stengers (1949) is een Belgische filosofe. Zij is de dochter van de geschiedkundige Jean Stengers.
  • Isabelle Stengers, nascida em 1949, é uma filósofa belga e filha do historiador Jean Stengers. Stengers formou-se em química na Universidade Livre de Bruxelas. Ela é autora de livros sobre Teoria do Caos, em parceria com Ilya Prigogine, o físico-químico russo-belga e Prêmio Nobel, conhecido por seu trabalho com estruturas dissipativas , sistemas complexos e irreversibilidade, especialmente o "O Fim das Certezas: tempo, caos e as leis da Natureza" e "Entre o Tempo e a Eternidade". Stengers e Prigogine se inspiram no trabalho de Deleuze; tratando-o como uma fonte filosófica importante para pensar em questões relativas à irreversibilidade e o universo como um sistema aberto.
  • Isabelle Stengers (/ˈstɛŋərs/; French: [stɑ̃ɡɛʁs]; born 1949) is a Belgian philosopher and daughter of historian Jean Stengers. Stengers graduated with a degree in chemistry from the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She is the author of books on Chaos Theory, with Ilya Prigogine, the Russian-Belgian physical chemist and Nobel Laureate noted for his work on dissipative structures, complex systems, and irreversibility, especially Order out of Chaos and The End of Certainty: Time, Chaos and the New Laws of Nature. Stengers and Prigogine often draw from the work of Deleuze; treating him as an important philosophical source to think through questions regarding irreversibility and the universe as an open system. Stengers' most recent work has turned to her proposition of Cosmopolitics, a key aspec
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