Peggy Larrieu

Peggy Larrieu
Researcher in private law and criminal sciences

Doctor in private law and criminal sciences, lecturer at the University of Aix en Provence, where she teaches business law, her research work is interdisciplinary. After a thesis on "Political life as captured by private law" (2006), she became interested in the relations between law and the sciences of thought (neurosciences, psychiatry, psychoanalysis) but also, and in counterpoint, in the relations between law and the products of the imagination (myths, tales, literature). She is the author of several essays, including Neurosciences et droit pénal, Le cerveau dans le prétoire, L'Harmattan, 2015; Mythes grecs et droit, Retour sur la fonction anthropologique du droit, PU Laval, 2017. She has directed various collective works, such as Vivre sans, Que reste-t-il de notre monde?, Erès, 2020;Transhumanism, Multidisciplinary approach to a new utopia, Eska, 2018. And written numerous articles on these issues.

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