Ministre des Affaires Etrangères, de l'intégration Africaine et des Togolais de l'Extérieur
Professeur de philosophie politique

Prof. Robert Dussey

Ministre des Affaires Etrangères, de l'intégration Africaine et des Togolais de l'Extérieur
Professeur de philosophie politique

Robert DUSSEY

  • Born on 4th January 1972 in Bangui (Centrafrica).
  • Chief Negociator of ACP-UE Post-Cotonou 2020.
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and African Integration of Togo since 2013
  • Professor of Political Philosophy ,

Bibliography

March 2011: A comedy in the tropics, (Editions L’Harmattan)

June 2008: Africa sick of politicians, (Picollec Editions)

March 2003: Author of a political essay titled Think reconciliation in Togo (Editions Bill)

2002: Author of a political essay entitled: for a sustainable peace in Africa: plea for an African awareness of armed conflict (Editions Bill)

2000: Author of a novel entitled: life without life (Editions Bill)

1996: Author of a book on AIDS titled: Africa AIDS (Center of missionary documentation)

University studies

  • 1999: Doctor of philosophy policy

  • 1997: Diploma of thorough study

  • 1996: Master of philosophy

  • 1995: Degree in philosophy

  • 1994: University degree of literary study

  • 1993: University degree of literary study

  • 1992: Theological study (Franciscan convent)

  • 1991: Theological study (Monastery of the Beatitudes) Congo – Brazzaville

  • 1990: BAC A4 – Saint Paul option seminar: latin Bangui (Central African Republic)

Working experience

Since Sept. 2013: Minister of Foreign Affairs, cooperation and African Integration

2005: Advise diplomatic of the President of the Togolese Republic

2004: Member of the Africa Office of the community of Sant’Egidio Ro
me: special mediator for Africa to the community of Saint’ Egidio in Rome, Italy.

Publications

  • “Lack of order and chance: the State of nature to Hobbes ‘ 2001, in Kore, Journal of philosophy Ivorian No. 31, pages 5-15.
  • “The function of the rule of law in the philosophy of Karl Popper” 2001, in annals of the University of Lomé, series letters and sciences human No. XXI, pages 179-197, ISSN: 1016-9202.
  • “Peace and reason: the Kantian Conception of peace and its news” July 2002, in spots, scientific journal of the University of Bouaké, pages 22-40, ISSN: 1817 – 177-X.
  • “Armed African and democratic challenges”, 2002, in annals of the University of Lomé, series, letters and Science human No. XXII – page 41-57, ISSN: 1016-9202
  • ‘The status of peace and war in the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes’, 2003, in annals of the University of Lomé, series, letters and Human Sciences N ° XXIII – page 43-56, ISSN: 1016-9202
  • “Kantian morality and the issue of human rights”, 2004, in annals of the University of Lomé, series, letters and Human Sciences N ° XXIV – page 81-95, ISSN: 1016-9202
  • “Political pluralism and democracy in Africa: the educational approach”, 2004, in philosophical notebook from Africa, Journal of philosophy, University of Ouagadougou, 1 special issue, page 27-44, ISSN: 0796-5842
  • ‘Peace reeled design and its ontological basis in Proclus’, 2007, in the philosophical section of Africa, international review of philosophy, University of Ouagadougou, N ° 005-, pp125 – 136, ISSN: 0796-5842
  • “Ethics and antinomy of the democratic order in rationalism critical of Karl Popper“, 2006, in mosaic. Inter-African Journal of philosophy and human sciences Don Bosco – Lomé, N ° 005 & 006 – page 29-42, ISSN: 1812-8645
  • ‘The Role of peace for the progress of reason at Spinoza’, 2009, participated in’Action, in International Journal of philosophy, University of Lomé, Vol. N ° 1, p.316 – 335, ISSN: 2071-1964
  • “Anguish and the shadow of peace”, 2013, participated in’Action, inter-African review of linguistic and philosophical literature, University of Lomé, Vol.5, no. 1-January, pages 333-343, ISSN: 2071-1964
  • “Pluralism and interculturality as a condition of a critical tolerance and ethics of peace, 2013, in International Journal of philosophy, the philosophical book of Africa, University of Ouagadougou, N °-0011, pages 53-66, ISSN: 0796-5842
  • “The limits of the legal pacifism of Kant”, 2012, in philosophical book of Africa, revised international of philosophy, University of Ouagadougou, no. 0010, pages 125-142, ISSN: 0796-5842
  • ‘Civil peace and equity in the political philosophy of Thomas Hobbes’, 2011, in magazine scientist of the University of Bouaké, flight. N ° 1, pp. 253-272, ISSN: 1817 – 177 X
  • ‘Peace of mind and peace civil in Rerum Natura of Lucretius’, 2010, in annals of the University of Lomé, letters and Human Sciences series, volume XXX – 1, pages 67-70, ISSN: 1016-9209
  • “Peace: ethics and politics”, 2010 participated in’Action, inter-African review of linguistic and philosophical literature, University of Lomé, Vol. 2, N ° 2-July, pages 319-328, ISSN: 2071-1964
  • ‘The problem of the Covenants at the time of the metaphysical egoism, reflection on peace according to Schopenhauer‘, 2010, in mosaic, inter-African Journal of philosophy, literature and Human Sciences, Don Bosco – Lomé, N ° 010-December, pages 299-306, ISSN: 1812-8645
  • “Rule of law and freedom in the political thought of Kant”, 2007, in Journal of research scientist at the University of Lomé, series, letters and Human Sciences Volume 9, no. 2 p.93 – 103, ISSN: 1727-8651
  • “Hannah Harendt and the pax Romana of the policy to the war”, 2008, in landmark, scientific journal of the University of Bouaké, Vol. 1, no. 1, p. 143-158, ISSN: 1817 – 177 X
  • “The ethical conditions of possibility of political modernity in Africa”, 2008, in annals of the University of Ouagadougou N ° 007, p.439 – 462, ISSN: 0796-5842