University of Paris

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Group.png University of Paris  
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MottoHic et ubique terrarum
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Formation1150
Extinction1970
HeadquartersParis, Fance
Other nameThe Sorbonne
The main university in Paris, France, active from 1150 to 1970, when it was divided into 13 autonomous universities.

The University of Paris, known as the Sorbonne, was the main university in Paris, France, active from 1150 to 1970, with the exception of 1793–1806 under the French Revolution.

Internationally highly reputed for its academic performance in the humanities ever since the Middle Ages – notably in theology and philosophy – it introduced several academic standards and traditions that have endured ever since and spread internationally, such as doctoral degrees and student nations. Vast numbers of popes, royalty, scientists, and intellectuals were educated at the University of Paris.

In 1970, following the civil unrest of May 1968, the university was divided into 13 autonomous universities.


 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedNationalitySummaryDescription
Raymond Aron14 March 190517 October 1983FranceJournalist
Philosopher
Sociologist
French sociologist who attended 3 Bilderbergs from 1957 to 1966
Robert Badinter30 March 1928France
Élisabeth Badinter5 March 1944France
Hans-Henning Blomeyer28 July 1950GermanDiplomatGerman diplomat who was personal advisor of Alois Mertes when he attended the 1983 Bilderberg meeting.
Michel Camdessus1 May 1933FranceCentral bankerIMF MD
Jean Pierre Cot23 October 1937SwitzerlandPolitician
Academic
Swiss academic & politician who attended the 1977 Bilderberg aged 39.
Nihat Erim17 February 191219 July 1980TurkeyPolitician
Gabriel Ferras19131970FranceBankerGeneral Manager of the BIS from 1963 until his death in 1970
Michel Foucault15 October 192625 June 1984Author
Philosopher
Academic
Social critic
Pierre Mendès France11 January 190718 October 1982FrancePoliticianPrime Minister of France in the 1950s, Bilderberg 1968, Le Siecle
Oğuz Gökmen19162007TurkeyDiplomatTurkish diplomat and ambassador.
Rita Hauser12 July 1934USLawyer
James Franklin JeffreyDiplomat
Anousheh KarvarFranceChair of Alliance 8.7
Jeane Kirkpatrick19 November 19267 December 2006USNeoconservatism
"Terror expert"
Neocon "terror expert", US Ambassador to the UN, Washington Conference on International Terrorism...
Robert Marjolin27 July 191115 April 1986FrancePolitician
Economist
French economist/politician involved in the formation of the European Economic Community.
François Mitterrand26 October 19168 January 1996Politician
Amélie de Montchalin19 June 1985FrancePoliticianFrench politician, WEF/Young Global Leaders 2021
Jean Pisani-Ferry28 July 1951FranceEconomistFrench economist widely published on resetting matters economic
Viviane Reding27 April 1951LuxemburgPoliticianAs EU Commissioner for Justice stated that the EU should create its own intelligence service
Maurice Sauvé20 September 192313 April 1992CanadaPolitician
Economist
Businessperson
Canadian Bilderberger MP and businessman
Marlène Schiappa18 November 1982FrancePoliticianFrench feminist writer and Minister in charge of Citizenship under President Emmanuel Macron
Pierre-Paul Schweitzer29 May 19122 January 1994FranceCentral bankerManaging Director of the IMF for 10 years , multi Bilderberger as was his son
Tor SellströmPolitical science
Jean-Claude Trichet20 December 1942FranceEconomist
Civil servant
Central banker
Deep state operative
President of the European Central Bank, Governor of the Bank of France, Bilderberg Steering committee
Elie Wiesel30 September 19282 July 2016USAuthor
Activist
Academic
Manfred Wörner24 September 193413 August 1994GermanPoliticianDeep state operative? Secretary General of NATO.


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