PHILOSOPHER

Jean Starobinski

1920 - 2019

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Jean Starobinski (17 November 1920 – 4 March 2019) was a Swiss literary critic. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jean Starobinski has received more than 56,991 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Jean Starobinski is the 784th most popular philosopher, the 239th most popular biography from Switzerland and the 9th most popular Swiss Philosopher.

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Among PHILOSOPHERS

Among philosophers, Jean Starobinski ranks 784 out of 1,089Before him are Michael Walzer, Louis Lavelle, Vazgen I, Zacharias Rhetor, Robert Anton Wilson, and Karl Vogt. After him are Maximus of Ephesus, Motoori Norinaga, David the Invincible, Samuel Clarke, André Glucksmann, and Ferenc Dávid.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1920, Jean Starobinski ranks 151Before him are Eduardo Mondlane, Harold Sakata, Clifton James, Emilio Colombo, Osvaldo Cavandoli, and Václav Neumann. After him are Lazar Mojsov, Knut Nordahl, Pran, Milton George Henschel, Yegor Ligachyov, and Jean Carmet. Among people deceased in 2019, Jean Starobinski ranks 141Before him are Lê Đức Anh, Patrick Sercu, Andrés Gimeno, Egil Danielsen, Goro Shimura, and Seymour Cassel. After him are Jean-Pierre Marielle, Sylvia Miles, Ross Perot, Eva Mozes Kor, René Auberjonois, and Scott Walker.

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In Switzerland

Among people born in Switzerland, Jean Starobinski ranks 239 out of 749Before him are Antonio Ciseri (1821), Adolf Wölfli (1864), Johann II Bernoulli (1710), Johann Bauhin (1541), Rudolf Wolf (1816), and Maurice Bavaud (1916). After him are Jean-André Deluc (1727), Johann Jakob von Tschudi (1818), Johann Schneider-Ammann (1952), Paul Wild (1925), Ivan Rakitić (1988), and Robert Maillart (1872).

Among PHILOSOPHERS In Switzerland

Among philosophers born in Switzerland, Jean Starobinski ranks 9Before him are Henri-Frédéric Amiel (1821), Jean Vanier (1928), Denis de Rougemont (1906), Jean Ziegler (1934), Frithjof Schuon (1907), and Emil Brunner (1889). After him are Emer de Vattel (1714), Edmond Privat (1889), Jeanne Hersch (1910), Tariq Ramadan (1962), and Alain de Botton (1969).