Françoise Armengaud has taught philosophy of language and esthetics at the University Paris X-Nanterre. She is the author of several books, among them an introduction to philosophical pragmatism, and writes picture books and poems for children.
Diaphanes - Plato & Co.
1914. Europe is at war. The experts on deciphering code and secret writing are wild with excitement: What in the world can be the meaning of those incomprehensible notes scribbled by secret agent Ludwig Wittgenstein? The young scholar himself is unable to help them—he is hunting a wild beast, a figure of dubious existence… (an illustrated philosophy book for children).