Born in 1976, Mathias Roux is a philosopher, a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure and a "professeur agrégé". He is the author of five books, including Socrate en crampons, published by Flammarion in 2010, which won the Prix de l'essai de la rédaction de l'Express.
An enlightener, Mathias has a particular talent for maintaining suspense and explaining complex ideas in a clear and accessible manner, as he does in La dictature de l'ego, en finir avec le narcissisme de masse published by Larousse in 2018. He teaches at the University of Bordeaux at the Institut supérieur du professorat et de l'éducation.
With L'Agency, he is currently working on a philosophical essay on major criminal cases, which he is co-writing with his brother Emmanuel Roux.