Regards français sur L'Amérique: De l'Entre-deux-guerres à la Guerre Froide

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Regards français sur l'Amérique: de l'Entre-deux-guerres à la Guerre froide se conçoit comme une analyse des réactions de divers intellectuels français à certains aspects de la culture et politique américaines. Basé en grande partie sur les écrits de l'équipe rédactionnelle des Temps modernes, une revue fondée par Jean-Paul Sartre et Simone de Beauvoir en 1945, cet ouvrage examine les observations cueillies à l'égard des Etats-Unis par les susmentionnés fondateurs de cette revue, ainsi que celles de maints collaborateurs des Temps modernes. De plus, cet ouvrage établit une comparaison entre les impressions divulguées à propos de cette même thématique par l'équipe rédactionnelle des Temps modernes et les perceptions des Etats-Unis proposées par des penseurs français, y compris Alexis de Tocqueville, André Siegfried, Georges Duhamel, Robert Aron, Arnaud Dandieu, Vladimir Pozner, Frantz Fanon, et Bernard-Henri Lévy, parmi d'autres. Le propos de ce projet est d'examiner les observations de ces penseurs sur plusieurs aspects de la vie américaine, en abordant des thèmes tels que le puritanisme, la littérature, la question raciale, la musique, et l'anticommunisme. En vue de l'approche de ce livre, on peut juger qu'il s'agit ici d'une étude sur la perception transculturelle et les écueils épistémologiques posés par ce genre de perception. Ce livre est destiné aux individus cherchant à élargir leursconnaissances sur les attitudes et les prises de position des Français envers les Etats-Unis, et à ce titre il s'avère utile comme manuel pour tout cours traitant de ce sujet. English:
French Views on America: Between the two world wars to the Cold War is conceived as an analysis of the reactions of French intellectuals to various aspects of American culture and politics. Based largely on the writings of the editorial team of Modern Times, a journal founded by Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir in 1945, this book examines the comments collected in the States United by the aforementioned founders of the magazine, as well as many collaborators modern times. In addition, the book draws a comparison between prints disclosed about this same theme by the editorial team Modern Times and perceptions of the United States proposed by French thinkers, including Alexis de Tocqueville, Andre Siegfried, Georges Duhamel, Robert Aron, Arnaud Dandieu, Vladimir Pozner, Frantz Fanon, and Bernard - Henri Levy, among others. The purpose of this project is to examine the observations of these thinkers on several aspects of American life, addressing such topics as Puritanism, literature, race, music, and anti-communism. In order to approach this book, one can judge that this is a study on the perception Cross and epistemological problems posed by this kind of perception. This book is intended for individuals seeking to expand their knowledge on the attitudes and positions of the French against the United States, and as such it is useful as a textbook for any course related to this topic.
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