1900 – Born on July 18th in Ivanova, Russia. French novelist and essayist, one of the earliest practitioners and a leading theorist of the nouveau roman, the French post-World War II “new novel,” or “antinovel,” a phrase applied by Jean-Paul Sartre to Sarraute’s Portrait d’un inconnu (Portrait of a Man Unknown). 1908-1910 – Except for ..
French author and philosopher. 1908 – Born on the 9th of January in Paris, France. Studied mathematics at the Institut Catholique and literature/languages at the Institut Sainte-Marie, then philosophy at the Sorbonne. 1929 – She gave a presentation on Leibniz and was thereafter pursued by Jean-Paul Sartre. Beauvoir was huge on existentialism about mainly thinking ..
1905 – Born on March 14th in Paris, France. French sociologist, historian, and political commentator known for his skepticism of ideological orthodoxies. 1930 – Aron obtained his doctorate from the École Normale Supérieure with a thesis on the philosophy of history. 1939-1968 – He studied at the École Normale Supérieure, later becoming professor of social ..