Sartre, Aron, Glucksmann: Un Bateau pour le Vietnam

In memory of philosopher Andre Glucksmann. A famous 20th century moment, I showed the picture to my students in the “Marxism and Post-Marxism” class, I lectured on Glucksmann’s own “God that failed” experience: Jean-Paul Sartre, Andre Glucksmann and Raymond Aron attend a government conference at the Palais de l’Elysee. The philosophers were members of the Un Bateau pour le Vietnam (A Boat for Vietnam) committee which provided assistance for Vietnamese refugees. Paris, France June 26, 1979



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