MARC HALÉVY Philosopher, Analyst, Physician Marc HALÉVY is a philosopher, prospectivist, physician of the complexity, researcher, speaker, expert and author.
He graduated at Polytechnic school of Brussels with a specialization in nuclear physic. In 1973, he became Ilya Prigogine’s student, Nobel prize 1977. He gave his time and contribution to the theoretical development of physic system and complex process, skill that he applies especially in prospectivism, in economy and in management. Simultaneously, he manages to get an MBA degree and another in philosophy and history of religions. After 1982, he worked as crisis manager during missions spread on more than ten years. Until 1993, he lived a big part of his life in USA. He slowly builds his comprehension of Devenir with his three sons, according to these three activities:
After being a PhD and researcher close to Ilya Prigogine (Nobel Prize 1997) for almost 10 years, he continues to study the sciences of the complexity and do theoretical fundamental research on physic of process.
Application of physic of process to the human world evolution, and, especially to the change of paradigm of nowadays. This application, help him approach all socio-economic aspects, from the industrial economy to intangible economy. It is his work of prospectivism.
Physic of Process and human evolution both ask the question of “senses”, of the underlying intention, what is immediately connecting spirituality and mystic in particular, philosophy and metaphysic. He studied philosophy and history of religion, and specialized in Kabbale and Tao-chia (Lao-Tseu and Tchouang-Tseu). He is the author of more than fifty books of prospective, spirituality and philosophy. Just to mention the last one: Réseaux. L’autre moyen de vivre. (Piktos Groupe Éditorial, 2014) (Social Network. The other way to live. Network in 10 questions). Eloge des esprits. De Lao-Tseu à Nietzche (Éds. Saint-Simon, 2014) (Glory to spirits. From Lao-Tseu to Nietzche). He collaborated on the Dominique Annet’s book : Du bon usage du numérique. Pollution et dépollution informationnelles (éds. Dangles, 2015)
Happy Gov Day, I will participate… because it is time to dissociate efficiency of decisions and obsession of power, because beyond dialect between a person and society, we have to see things in general and people and society.