Jean-Fracois Lyotard fonds

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Jean-Fracois Lyotard fonds

1924-1998

The fonds, very complete and spread over more than sixty years, includes manuscripts of books, articles or conferences - published and unpublished -, a correspondence received, files of courses and seminars, some personal papers, as well as as audio, audiovisual and photographic archives.

7 linear meters

fre, Latn

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Lyotard, Jean-François, 1924-1998

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Jean-François Lyotard, (born August 10, 1924, Versailles, France—died April 21, 1998, Paris), French philosopher and leading figure in the intellectual movement known as postmodernism. As a youth, Lyotard considered becoming a monk, a painter, and a historian. After studying at the Sorbonne, he completed an agrégation (teaching degree) in philosophy in 1950 and joined the faculty of a secondary school in Constantine, Algeria. In 1954 he became a member of Socialisme ou Barbarie (“Socialism or...