Jean Gaspard Félix Ravaisson-Mollien (French: [?av?s?~ m?lj?~]; 23 October 1813 – 18 May 1900) was a French philosopher and archaeologist.
He was a student of Schelling and a teacher of Bergson.
His philosophy fits in the tradition of French Spiritualism.
He was influenced by Maine de Biran re-actualized the Aristotelian Metaphysics and critique of eclectism of Victor Cousin in La philosophie en France au XIXe siècle.
He did not occupy a university chair, but he was the conservator of the department of antiquities at the Louvre, president of the jury of the Aggregation of philosophy in France and Inspector General of Libraries.