Étienne Balibar

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Étienne Balibar (; French: [etjɛn balibaʁ]; born 23 April 1942) is a French philosopher. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Étienne Balibar has received more than 190,739 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia. Étienne Balibar is the 677th most popular philosopher (down from 662nd in 2019), the 2,155th most popular biography from France (down from 2,015th in 2019) and the 89th most popular French Philosopher.

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Among philosophers, Étienne Balibar ranks 677 out of 1,089Before him are Leo the Mathematician, Cheng Yi, Hermann Samuel Reimarus, Theodor Lessing, Hippo, and Li Zhi. After him are Arnold Ruge, Maximus Planudes, Volin, Mechthild of Magdeburg, Wolfhart Pannenberg, and Nikephoros Blemmydes.

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Among people born in 1942, Étienne Balibar ranks 163Before him are Janusz Korwin-Mikke, Gemma Jones, Robert F. Engle, Martin Rees, Mike Markkula, and Fred Ward. After him are Peter Norman, Jozef Adamec, Fradique de Menezes, Fraser Stoddart, Věra Čáslavská, and Günter Wallraff.

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Among people born in France, Étienne Balibar ranks 2,155 out of 5,234Before him are Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt (1960), Louis-Léopold Boilly (1761), Jean-Baptiste Oudry (1686), Maurice Couve de Murville (1907), Guillaume Amontons (1663), and Alexandre Astruc (1923). After him are Pierre Leroux (1797), Yann Tiersen (1970), Honoré d'Urfé (1567), Pierre Bérégovoy (1925), Théophile-Jules Pelouze (1807), and Théophile Delcassé (1852).


Among philosophers born in France, Étienne Balibar ranks 89Before him are Fulbert of Chartres (960), Jean-Marie Guyau (1854), Paul Nizan (1905), Julien Benda (1867), Jean Hyppolite (1907), and Gilbert de la Porrée (1070). After him are Peter John Olivi (1248), Vladimir Jankélévitch (1903), William of Conches (1080), Jean Guitton (1901), Émile Boutroux (1845), and Étienne-Gabriel Morelly (1717).