Cynthia Fleury, Professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, holder of the Chair “Humanities and Health”, is also associate professor at the Ecole des Mines (PSL / Mines-Paristech). Her research focuses on the tools of democratic regulation. She is the author of several books including Dialoguer with the Orient (PUF, 2003), Pathologies of Democracy (Fayard, 2005, Paperback 2009), The End of Courage (Fayard, 2010, Paperback, 2011). ), The irreplaceable (Gallimard, 2015)
As a psychoanalyst, she is the godmother of ICCARRE (intermittent protocol of AIDS treatment) and a member of the medico-psychological emergency unit of the SAMU (CUMP-Necker). In 2016, she founded the Chair of Philosophy at the Hospital (Hôtel-Dieu Paris). She is now director of the Chair of Philosophy at Sainte-Anne Hospital (GHT Neurosciences and Psychiatry).