Revisiting Educational Research Through Morin’s Paradigm of Complexity


  • Michel Alhadeff-Jones



A Response to Ton Jörg’s Programmatic View

Author Biography

Michel Alhadeff-Jones

Michel Alhadeff‐Jones is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Adult Education at Teachers College, Columbia University and works as an independent researcher. He is a psychologist specialized in self-development and adult training, as well as a philosopher of education. Before starting his collaboration with Teachers College in 2003, he worked for many years as a Teaching and Research Assistant at the University of Geneva (Switzerland). In Europe, he is currently associated to the French Laboratory of Research Experience, Cultural Resources and Education (EXPERICE, Universities of Paris 8 / Paris 13). His teaching and research interests are in critical and complexity theories applied to adult and higher education, biographical approaches, time studies, transdisciplinarity and science studies. He has published several papers and chapters of books related to these themes. Additional information and papers are available at






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