PhD Comparative Sciences of Religions and HumanismsPhD EducationSenior Lecturer / SubstituteDirector of the École Alpha de Mons-Borinage
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With a passion for the different philosophical trends of Antiquity, Vincent decided to focus his first thesis on stoicism and more particularly Seneca (2002).His second thesis, defended in 2010 at the University of Rouen, is form of action-research and a demonstration of the teaching of “parlécriture”. This method of teaching allows immigrants, newcomers and those who did not finish school, to overcome barriers related to learning to read and write. His teaching allows a deeper reflection on the act of writing, on openness, on understanding, and on the relationship with oneself, others and society. His publications revolve around philosophical teaching, language teaching, and analysing stories and philosophical themes.