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A Tribute to French Philosopher — Andre Glucksmann

Death of a Righteous Man André Glucksmann, RIP 10 November 2015 by Guy Sorman My generation of French writers has a powerful image, dated June 1979, etched forever in our memories: that of an exhausted Jean-Paul Sartre climbing the steps … Continue reading

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A Retrospective: The Transition from Socialism to Capitalism

The Velvet Philosophical Revolution by Andre Glucksmann Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the battle for political freedom goes on. On the evening of November 9, 1989, the wall of shame was breached. The next morning, I … Continue reading

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A Short Dialogue on “Just War” and Morality

Andre Glucksmann and Monique Canto-Sperber “Polemos Is the Father of All Things” A short dialogue on” just war” and morality André Glucksmann: It may surprise you to hear me say that I do not find the notion of “just war” very … Continue reading

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