Frédéric Worms is a French philosopher. He is a Professor of Philosophy at the superior teachers’ training college (Ecole Normale Supérieure) where he manages the Center for the Study of Contemporary French philosophy (CIEPFC) and the Cirphles (USR 3308 ENS/CNRS) (Paris).

The work of Frédéric Worms is centered on the history of philosophy, where he is a recognized specialist of Bergson and has also developed a general hypothesis of the history of philosophy (the notion of “moment”) as applied to diverse aspects of 20th century French philosophy. Moreover, Worms has worked on general, moral and political philosophy where he studies the vital moral relations between men, including their breaks and violations, and metaphysics in morality and politics, where he consideres the particular question of care from multiple perspectives.