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Garaudy, Roger

GARAUDY, Roger

GARAUDY, Roger. French, b. 1913. Genres: Philosophy. Career: Taught philosophy in Algeria and at lycee Buffon in Paris, France, 1958-59; director of the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Marxistes, 1960-70; Clermond-Ferrand, department of letters, master lecturer, 1962-65; professor in the department of literature in Poitiers, 1965-72; affiliated for many years with the Institut international pour le dialogue des civilizations in Geneva, Switzerland. Publications: NONFICTION: L'Eglise, le communisme et les chretiens, 1939; Le Communisme et la morale, 1945; Antee: Journal de Daniel Chenier, c. 1946; Les Sources francaises du socialisme scientifique, 1948; Grammaire de la liberte, 1950; La Theorie materialiste de la connaissance, 1953; La Liberte, 1955; (with others) Mesaventures de l'antimarxisme: Les Malheurs de M. Merleau-Ponty, 1956; Humanisme marxiste: Cinq essais polemiques, 1957; Perspectives de l'homme: Existentialisme, pensee catholique, marxisme, 1959; Questions a Jean-Paul Sartre, precedees d'une lettre ouverte, 1960; L'Itineraire d'Aragon: Du Surrealisme au monde reel, 1961; Dieu est mort: Etude sur Hegel, 1962; Qu'est-ce que la morale marxiste?, 1963; D'Un Realisme sans rivages: Picasso, Saint-John Perse, Kafka, 1963; Karl Marx, 1964, trans by N. Apotheker as Karl Marx: The Evolution of His Thought, 1967; Femmes du XXe siecle, 1965; De L'Anatheme du dialogue: Un Marxiste s'adresse au Concile, 1965, trans by L. O'Neill as From Anathema to Dialogue: A Marxist Challenge to the Christian Churches, 1966; Marxisme du XXe siecle, 1966, trans by R. Hague as Marxism in the Twentieth Century, 1970; La Pensee de Hegel, 1966; Le Probleme chinois, 1967; (with G.M.-M. Cottier) Chretiens et marxistes, 1967; Lenine, 1968; (comp) La Liberte en sursis, 1968: Avec des textes traduits du tcheque, de Alexandre Dubcek, Ota Sik, Radovan Richta, Frantisek Chamalik, 1968; (with Q. Lauer) A Christian-Communist Dialogue, 1968; Peut-on etre communiste aujourd'hui!, 1968; Pour un realisme du xxe siecle: Dialogue posthume avec Fernand Leger, 1968; Pour un modele francais du socialisme (title means: For a French Model of Socialism), 1968; Le Grand Tournant du socialisme, 1969, trans by P. and B. Ross as The Turning-Point of Socialism, 1970; (comp) Toute la Verite, 1970, trans by P. and B. Ross as The Whole Truth, 1971; Esthetique et invention du futur, 1971; Reconquete de l'espoir, 1971; L'Alternative, 1972, trans by L. Mayhew as The Alternative Future: A Vision of Christian Marxism, 1974; Danser sa vie (essay; title means: Dancing Our Life), 1973; Soixante Oeuvres qui annoncerent le futur: Sept Siecles de peinture occidentale (title means: Sixty Paintings Which Announced the Future), 1974; Ludmila Tcherina: Erotisme et mystique, 1975; Parole d'homme (title means: Word of Honor), 1975; Le Projet esperance (title means: Project Hope), 1976; Le Marxisme, 1977; L'Islam habite notre avenir, c. 1981; Pour L'Avenement de la femme, c. 1981; Promesses de l'Islam, 1981; The Case of Israel, 1983; La Palestine, terre des messages divins, c. 1986; L'Islam en Occident: Cordoue, une capitale de l'esprit, c. 1987; An 2000 moins 10: Ou allons-nous?, c. 1990; Integrismes, c. 1990; Les Fossoyeurs: Un Nouvel Appel aux vivants, 1992. Garaudy's works have been translated into many languages, including Spanish and Arabic. Address: 69 rue de Sucy, 94430 Chennevieres-sur-Marne, Marne, France.

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