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Louis Rougier

| 10 kwietnia 2013 | 0 Komentarzy

Rougier125 years ago, April 10th 1889, Louis Rougier was born in Lyon, a philosopher, journalist and historian of civilisation, for many decades a professor of philosophy at prestigious colleges’, and a lecturer at the University of Caen; since 1940 in exile, whilst in New York he published the "pour la Victoire", where from 1943 he accused the Nazis of conducting a "war of zoology" and the genocide of Jews and gypsies with the usage of poisonous gas, although a anti-Gaullist and (after the war) a defender of Pétain , before the war he supported ( conservative) liberalism, recognising in "planning" a way to a totalitarian state (an organiser of a Walter Lippmann colloquium in 1938 ), later an anti-liberal and a critic of the illusion of "democratic mysticism"; an enemy of Christianity as a defender of the ancient Greco-Roman civilisation (identifying with Celsus, accusing Christians of being a subversive and unyielding sect, wanting to be a "state within a state“ ), has had a great impact on Alain de Benoist , Dominique Venner and the New Right, which he supported officially by becoming (1979) a member of the GRECE Sponsor Committee and the "Nouvelle Ecole". He died in 1982.


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