Soon to be 75 years old, and still active in Freemasonry where he was initiated almost 40 years ago, he lived a professional career as a manager who has trained all over the world. A recognized academic in the field of corporate strategy and cross-cultural communication, he has been regularly invited to lecture at French and foreign universities.
Jean-Philippe Bernard has written for the magazine Salix of the Supreme Council for France: “Values and transcendence”; and for Villard de Honnecourt of the GLNF: ‘Freemasonry, daughter of the Enlightenment?’; ‘The Constitutions of Anderson; Landmark of the order or divisive?’; ‘Anti-Masonry even in Anderson’s country’; ‘Initiation and ordination’; ‘Don Quixote, an initiatory journey; and ‘The Age of Enlightenment’.
Axes of research:
- Freemasonry in the Age of Enlightenment.
- The values of initiation