Jacques and Raïssa Maritain
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This biography of French philosopher Jacques Maritain and his wife Raïssa offers a fascinating story of perhaps the most influential French theologian of the twentieth century.

This award-winning book, written by Jean-Luc Barré at the request of the Maritain Archives in Kolbsheim, France, and published in France in 1995, was the first biography of noted French philosopher Jacques Maritain and his wife Raïssa. Drawing on the wealth of Maritain materials at the Kolbsheim archives, many of which are unpublished, Barré offers a clear and objective account of the remarkable lives and intellectual pursuits of the Maritains. Noted scholar and translator Bernard Doering has now made this essential work available for the first time in English.

Jacques and Raïssa Maritain: Beggars for Heaven focuses not only on the Maritains' philosophical work, but also on their pursuit of social justice, their opposition to the Vichy, their battle against intellectual repression in the church, and their contemplative life of prayer and devotion. Barré places a particular emphasis on the Maritains' close and supportive friendships with novelists, poets, painters, and musicians who were considered revolutionary at the time. Doering's translation will appeal not only to scholars but also to anyone interested in intellectual history generally and the intellectual history of modern Catholicism in particular.


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Date de parution 15 décembre 2020
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EAN13 9780268201753
Langue English
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J R acques&aïssa M A R I TA I N
J acques & R aïssa MARITAIN
B e g g a r s f o r H e a v e n
J E A N - L U C B A R R É translated by Bernard E. Doering
University of Notre Dame Press • Notre Dame, Indiana
English Language Edition copyright © 2005 University of Notre DameNotre Dame, Indiana 46556 All Rights Reserved www.undpress.nd.edu
Publishedin the United States of America
Translated by Bernard E. Doering from Jean-Luc Barré, Jacques et Raïssa Maritain: Les Mendiants du Ciel, Published by Editions Stock, Paris. © Éditions Stock, 1995, 1996, 1997
This research is made possible in part by support from the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, College of Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame.
This ebook has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this book do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Libraryof Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Barré, Jean-Luc. [Jacques et Raïssa Maritain. English] Jacques and Raïssa Maritain : beggars for heaven / Jean-Luc Barré ; translated by Bernard E. Doering. p.cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN0-268-02183-X(hardcover : alk. paper) 1. Maritain, Jacques, 1882– 1973. 2. Maritain, Raïssa. 3. Philosophers —France—Biography. I. Title. B2430.M34B29132005 194—dc22
2005019756
This paper meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (Permanence of Paper).
F o r M i c h e l M o n r e d o n A s a m a r k o f m y d e e p f r i e n d s h i p
Once a man’s soul has been brushed in passing by this burning wing, it becomes a stranger everywhere. It may fall in love with things, it will never find rest in them.
—Jacques Maritain
Deep within ourselves, our faith, our love and our vices: and the great human forest round about to feed all of it.
— François Mauriac, Letter to Daniel Guérin, 1925 Nouvelles lettres d’une vie
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Foreword and Translator’s Note
The Desperados
A Lost Childhood
The Stranger
19
3
Confidence in the Unknown
Violence and Grace
55
30
xi
A Little Bridge Thrown across the Abyss
And the Game Will Be Freer
Raïssa’s Guests
147
God or Jean Cocteau?
180
The Sound of Hidden Springs
Return from Rome
251
The Darkest Part of Ourselves
The Fullness of the Day
287
227
272
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