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Jean-Marie Domenach

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The visibility on the web of Jean-Marie Domenach is defined by a score of 0 out of 10. Jean-Marie Domenach was a French writer and intellectual. He was noted as a left-wing and Catholic thinker. Jean-Marie is linked on the web to Emmanuel Mounier.

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Jean-Marie Domenach (French: [dɔmənak]; February 13, 1922 – July 5, 1997) was a French writer and intellectual. He was noted as a left-wing and Catholic thinker. Domenach was born in Lyon, where he studied at the Lycée du Parc. In 1957, he took over the editorship of Esprit, the literary and political journal of personalism founded in 1945 by Emmanuel Mounier and followed (from 1950 to 1957) by Albert Béguin. Domenach voluntarily retired from Esprit at age 54 and began writing and teaching at the university level. Opposed to torture during the Algerian War, he also held a meeting denouncing the 1961 Paris massacre. He died in Paris, aged 75.

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