Philosopher and French writer. Theorist of the existentialism (Being and nothingness, on 1943 ; Critique of dialectical reason, on 1960), he developed his theses in novels (Nausea, on 1938), dramae (No exit, on 1944), news (the Wall), attemps (Situations) ; he is also the author of an autobiographical story (the Words). In 1964, he refused the Nobel prize of litterature. In : "Petit Larousse" in colours.
Minister, theologian, organist, musicologist and French doctor. He based Lambaréné's hospital in the Gabun. Nobelist of the peace in 1952. Heros of Il est minuit Docteur Schweitzer, by Gilbert Cesbron, whose film of the same name was pulled. Among his theological works, one can quote The Mysticism of Paul the apostle, on 1962 ; Christianity and the religions of the world, The quest of the historical Jesus, on 1961. Philosophic papers : Indian thought and its development, on 1936 ; Civilization and ethics . . . Autobiographical papers : On the edge of the primeval forest : Experiences and observations of a doctor in equatorial Africa, My life and thought : an autobiography, Memoirs of childhood and youth, les Tilleuls de Gunsbach. Written musicologics : J.-S. Bach. As organist, one can quote a compact disc : Organ recital, works for Jean Sebastien Bach's organ.
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