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Rene Girard

French philosopher of interpersonal science and literary critic who did work concentrating on anthropological viewpoint and was awarded the Dr. Leopold Lucas Reward by the University or college of Tubingen in 2006. He visited Indiana University or college in 1947 on the twelve months fellowship and later on went to John Hopkins University or college. He worked like a Teacher of French Language, Books and Civilization at Stanford University or college in 1981. His parents had been Marie-Thérèse Fabre de Loye and Joseph Girard. He was occasionally in comparison to Russian article writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn by article writer J. M. Coetzee.

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