“Provoking (the right) titles” - by Luis de Miranda[Research paper] by Luis de Miranda


Luis de Miranda est né en 1971 au Portugal et vit depuis son enfance à Paris. Diplômé d'HEC en 1994, il a fait aussi des études de philosophie. Il est titulaire d'un master de philosophie à de l'université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne.

The co-director at Max Milo editions as well as a writer, a philosopher and the founder of the organization, “le CREEL”, Luis de Miranda an is actor of his own reality. Provocative but deep-thinking, creative but realistic, he stands up for a more self-critical society. He is the founder of the “crealiste” movement, which offers relevant and artistic solutions for becoming co-creators of our reality and escaping fatalism.

Quote article  Luis de Miranda, « “Provoking (the right) titles” - by Luis de Miranda », 27 january 2011, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Research paper]

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