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Bernard-Henri LÚvy

Bernard-Henri Levy is considered the leading contemporary French philosopher. He is a leftist, but was repelled by the Cambodian disaster of Pol Pot and has concluded that such totalitarian evils result from excessive efforts to realize a "good world". He so characterizes radical Islamism. He is the author of about 30 books in French, but a few have been translated, most recently, Who Killed Daniel Pearl. He is fluent in English. His books in French are available on Amazon France.

Books in English