Michel Serres (1 September 1930 – 1 June 2019) was a French philosopher, theorist and writer. His works are notable for, while discussing subjects like death, angels and time, incorporating prose and multifaceted perspectives, as well as his unique approach to translating his works from accounts rather than authoritative singular translations.
- Le Parasite, Grasset, 1980.
- The Parasite, trans. & notes Lawrence R. Schehr, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982, 255 pp. (English)
- Genèse, Grasset, 1982.
- Rome: le livre des fondations, Paris: Grasset & Fasquelle, 1983.
- Statues, Paris: François Bourin, 1987.
- Le Contrat Naturel, Paris: Francois Bourin, 1990.
- with Bruno Latour, Eclaircissements, Paris: François Bourin, 1990.
- Conversations on Science, Culture, and Time, trans. Roxanne Lapidus, University of Michigan Press, 1995. (English)
- Hans Ulrich Obrist, Interview with Serres about his book Petite Poucette, 032, 2013.