Some articles on french, french intellectuals, intellectual:
... Marxism and the French Left Studies in Labour and Politics in France 1830–1981 collects several previously unpublished essays on the 19th and 20th centuries, ending with a discussion of Mitterrand ... In Past Imperfect French Intellectuals, 1944–1956, Judt moved away both from social history towards intellectual history, and from endorsement of French Marxist traditions to their ... In Past Imperfect, he castigated French intellectuals of the postwar era, above all Jean-Paul Sartre for their “self-imposed moral amnesia” ...
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