Alain [Emile-August Chartier]
Title La Pensee d'Alain with 3 of his primary works: Elements de Philosophie, Propos sur le Bonheur, and Etudes
Book Condition Used: Good
Publisher Paris Bordas 1957
Seller ID 241591
An introductory package featuring the works of "Alain": (1) collection of excerpts "La Pensee d'Alain" edited and arranged by Georges Pascal (1957), and three Gallimard pocket paperbacks of his main works: (2)"Etudes", (3)"Elements de Philosophie", and (4) "Propos sur le Bonheur" - published in the late 1960s. Emile-Auguste Chartier (1868 ? 1951), commonly known as Alain, was a French philosopher, journalist, and pacifist. He adopted his pseudonym in homage to the 15th-century Norman poet Alain Chartier.Alain Chartier (c.?1385 ? 1430) was a French poet and political writer. He deeply influenced his pupils, who included Raymond Aron, Simone Weil, Georges Canguilhem, André Maurois, and Simone de Beauvoir, who called Alain the greatest teacher of their generation.