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urelijus Rutenis Antanas Mockus Šivickas (Bogotá25 de marzo de 1952) es un políticofilósofo y matemático colombiano de ascendencia lituana.

Con sus estudios sobre Filosofía y Matemáticas, ha logrado títulos como: Magíster en Filosofía de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Licenciado en Matemáticas y Filosofía de la Universidad de Dijon, doctor Honoris Causa de la Universidad de París XIII, y de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Fue alcalde de Bogotá en dos ocasiones, candidato a la Vicepresidencia (1998) y a la Presidencia de la República (2010- 2014).

A partir de julio del 2018 es Senador de la República de Colombia, siendo el segundo candidato con más votos en las elecciones legislativas celebradas el 11 de marzo de 2018 en Colombia. Es también el presidente de la Corporación Visionarios por Colombia (Corpovisionarios), centro de pensamiento y acción sin ánimo de lucro que investiga, asesora, diseña e implementa acciones para lograr cambios voluntarios de comportamientos colectivos.

 

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