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Aron, Raymond, 1905-1983

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Personal name headingAron, Raymond, 1905-1983
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Variant(s)Ārūn, Raymūn, 1905-1983
Aron, Remon, 1905-1983
ארון, רמון, 1905-1983
Aron, Raymond-Claude-Ferdinand, 1905-1983
آرون، ريمون
Associated countryFrance
Birth date1905-03-14
Death date1983-10-17
Place of birthParis (France)
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activitySociology Philosophy Journalism
AffiliationÉcole nationale d'administration (France)
Institut d'études politiques de Paris
Université de Paris
Collège de France
Profession or occupationCollege teachers Sociology teachers Philosophy teachers Journalists
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Found inHis La sociologie allemande contemporaine, 1935.
His Clausewitz, philosopher of war, 1986: CIP t.p. (Raymond Aron) pub. info. (d. 1983)
ha-Ṭragedyah ha-Alg'iraʼit, 2005: t.p. (Remon Aron [part. voc.]) t.p. verso (Raymond Aron [in rom.])
Auguste Comte memorial lectures, 1953-1962, 1964: third group, page 1 (Raymond Aron, Litt.D., Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur, Professor of Sociology in the University of Paris)
Wikipedia, December 24, 2015 (Raymond Aron; Raymond-Claude-Ferdinand Aron (14 March 1905-17 October 1983); French philosopher, sociologist, journalist, and political scientist; born Paris, France; died Paris, France; when the war ended Aron returned to Paris to teach sociology at the École Nationale d'Administration and at the Paris Institute of Political Studies. From 1955 to 1968, he taught at the Sorbonne, and after 1970 at the Collège de France; lifelong journalist, Aron in 1947 became an influential columnist for Le Figaro, a position he held for thirty years until he joined L'Express, where he wrote a political column up to his death)
Associated languagefre