Montalembert et ses contemporains
Collection La Nuit surveillée
224 pages - févr. 2012
What can a man of the 19th century still teach us today? A much admired orator, romantic and audacious, Charles de Montalembert (1810-1870) was involved in all the struggles that shaped his times. Angered by the weakening of Catholicism in public debate, he was one of those who made his voice heard. The bicentenary of Montalembert’s birth is an ideal opportunity to reflect on the pertinence of those struggles today. By evoking some of his meetings and friendships, the conference at La Roche-en-Brenil, where Montalembert lived, has made us aware of the universal dimension of the questions posed by this free man, while turning towards the great figures of a century that produced many major principles that still govern contemporary society.
- Dimensions : 135x215x15
- ISBN : 9782204096614
- Poids : 300 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Anne Philibert, Augustin Pic, Daniel Moulinet, Francine de Martinoir, Gilles Le Béguec, Guy Bedouelle, Jacques-Marie Guilmard, Jean-Noël Dumont, Louis de Montalembert, Matthieu Brejon de Lavergnée, Nicole Roger-Taillade, Olivier Tort