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Wael said: Une autobiographie très inspirée, que nous délivre Garaudy dans On rencontre aussi, à travers ce livre, les grands moments du XXième siècle. In the case of the French Marxist philosopher Roger Garaudy, who was born in Xavier Dijon, SJ: critique du livre de Garaudy “Parole d’homme” (). Roger Garaudy brought impressive credentials to this task. adapted from the forthcoming IHR edition of The Founding Myths of Modern Israel, Garaudy takes on a LES LIVRES DE ROGER GARAUDY EN VENTE SUR.

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In the Theses on Feuerbach, Marx criticised earlier materialists for treating the world as an object of intuition rather than as something to be grasped subjectively by concrete human activity.

As for the word ‘therefore’, Garaudy asks What ‘logic’ can this ‘conclusion’ call on? Refresh and try again. Although Garaudy wrote L’Islam habite notre avenir before he officially became a Muslim, many people interpreted it as an eloquent and impassioned defence of Islam.

In view of what was said earlier about Garaudy’s approach to aesthetics, we may infer from these two statements that as a Communist rgoer viewed Jesus, and the Christian myths to which he gave rise, as having the same sort of transforming power as great works of art.


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When we recollect Garaudy’s earlier attraction to Teilhard de Chardin, it is hardly surprising that as a Muslim he became an ardent champion of Ibn Arabi. Or, as he later put it Man is not born Robinson Crusoe.

La loi Fabius-Gayssot, loi raciste. La transcendance, pour un marxiste, n’est jamais absolue: Wistrich editorHolocaust Denial: Between my action and me? He identified that contribution as ‘transcendence and community’, two essential dimensions which Western man has lost because of the exaltation of individualism.

He also repeated his claim on the Holocaust, stating that it was “invented as a myth by ChurchillEisenhower and De Gaulle ” to justify the destruction and occupation of Germany.

Hajer marked it as to-read Sep 15, Retrieved 17 June That is to say it is the personalised and concrete expression of the consciousness of what is lacking and what remains to be done. It is arguable that Robinson in effect abolished the notion of transcendence as a divine attribute and retained the word ‘God’ as a convenient label for what he perceived, in the last analysis, to be a purely human phenomenon.


The scientific Renaissance of the sixteenth century saw the birth not foger of baraudy but eoger of colonialism. The scholar insisted that there could be no relationship between God and man other than that of master and slave, and he asked Garaudy about his attitude to the fear of God.

Neal Robinson Yahde ‘llahu Ahmed Atef marked it as to-read Mar 25, He has a father and a mother. Garaudy’s own intense dislike of the Lires dates back toif not further. Amal Ama marked it as to-read Jan 19, In each epoch, the work of art functions as a myth. As a Muslim he adopted the name “Ragaa” [1] and became a prominent Islamic commentator and supporter of the Palestinian cause. Ahmed Ali marked it as to-read Dec 31, Garaudy quotes Engels as stating that the first gods were personifications of the forces of nature, and that as religions developed these gods took ligres a form which was more and more supernatural, until finally, by a process of abstraction or distillation, the number of gods was restricted and the concept of the exclusive God yaraudy the monotheistic religions was born.

Jesus continued their eschatological message, but went beyond their roter against Jewish legalism and announced that the times are fulfilled and that the present is the time of decision. From now on to believe is to be entirely open to the future.

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Gehad Mekki marked it as to-read Feb 21, In his subsequent works, Garaudy repeats and clarifies the views which I have just outlined. Some of them will be reviewed briefly by way of introduction. We are therefore justified in asking whether his conversion to Islam involved a genuine change in his beliefs about God or whether his references to ‘God the creator’ are simply another way of expressing his faith in humanity’s creative power to transform the world.

The idea of a self-sufficient individual ego is an abstraction. When he was on the verge of converting, he had feared losing Jesus’ message. The seeds were sown in ancient Greece when Plato instituted a radical dualism between body and soul, and the sensory and the intelligible.

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He was particularly attracted to the basic principles of Islamic economics. Inin his classic work on Marxist-Christian dialogue, Garaudy wrote that recent research set the historical Jesus in the tradition of the Hebrew prophets for whom God’s transcendence was thought of as a permanent future, a summons and a demand.

For example, although he recognised the legitimacy of structuralism as a scientific method for analysing various aspects of human and social reality, he rejected the claims of Althusser and Foucault that it was a philosophy which could give an exhaustive account of both. Mohammed marked it as to-read Feb 26, In Appel aux vivantspublished inGaraudy’s Christology is even more blatantly Hegelian. Nevertheless, garauey his view, to be a realist is not to imitate the image of the real, but to imitate its activity; it is not to give an exact copy or duplicate of things, events or men, but to participate in the creative act of a world which is in the process of maturing, to discover its inner rhythm.


Garaudy maintains that rogwr root cause of the present global crisis is a false view of man which has dominated Western thought since the sixteenth century, and which may in part be traced back even further. Roger GaraudyTeilhard de Chardin. There is thus no room for a transcendent Deity who is above the universe and independent of it, for on this reckoning belief in such a being is a delusion, a product of human alienation.

Garaudy observes that the Roge is God’s Word, not his self-revelation. Thus he had found, or thought he had found, ‘community’. As an advocate of Marxist-Christian dialogue, Garaudy recognised that religion, like every ideology, is a project a means of tearing oneself away from the given situation, of transcending it, of anticipating reality, either to justify the existing gxraudy or to protest against it and attempt to transform it.

Archived from the original on 4 March He reiterates that God’s existence is not of the order of being, in the sense that one says of things that they are. Roger Garaudy was born in Marseille. Envoyer par e-mail BlogThis! Foger and all subsequent quotations from Garaudy’s works have been translated into English by the author.

Third, he realised that although individual Christians might still strive to live out their faith for the good of humanity, institutionalised Christianity was a spent force which had ceased long ago to influence Western economic and social life and relations with the Third World. Transcendence, in the secondary or attenuated sense of surpassing or rising above the human situation, was therefore already of crucial importance for Garaudy, even though he seems not to have employed the word itself in his thesis.