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Jouvenel

Bertrand de Jouvenel des Ursins, usually known only as Bertrand de Jouvenel (31 October 1903 – 1 March 1987) was a French philosopher, political economist, and futurist.

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Zeev Sternhell - Controversies
... Sternhell was taken to court by Bertrand de Jouvenel, in 1983, after Sternhell published his work Ni Droite, ni gauche (Neither Right nor Left) ... Jouvenel sued Sternhell on nine counts, and Sternhell was subsequently convicted for defamation ... In his book, Sternhell accused Jouvenel of having had Fascist sympathies ...
Colette De Jouvenel
... Colette de Jouvenel, also known as Bel-Gazou, July 1913 - 1981, was the daughter of French writer Colette and her second husband, Henri de Jouvenel ... She was the half-sister of Renaud de Jouvenel and Bertrand de Jouvenel ... In 1935, Colette de Jouvenel married Dr Dausse, a man she hardly knew ...
Bertrand De Jouvenel - Life
... He was the son of Henri de Jouvenel and Sarah Boas, the daughter of a Jewish industrialist ... From 1930 to 1934, De Jouvenel had an affair with the American war correspondent Martha Gellhorn ... Invisible Writing, Arthur Koestler recalled that in 1934, Jouvenel was among a small number of French intellectuals who promised moral and financial support to the newly-established Institut pour l'Étude du ...
Jouvenel - Life - The Sternhell Controversy
... Sternhell published a book, Ni Droite, ni gauche ("Neither Right nor Left"), accusing De Jouvenel of having had fascist sympathies in the 1930s and 40s ... De Jouvenel sued in 1983, claiming nine counts of libel, two of which the court upheld ...