Women and Men by Francoise Giroud
A Philosophical Conversation

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Francoise Giroud is a journalist and Bernard-Henry Levy a philosopher, and they are both very opinionated. This book records a free-flowing conversation on sex, and readers are able to eavesdrop as the pair argue, disagree, try to convince each other, and swap anecdotes and views. The topics they cover include how many people one can love in a lifetime (she says one or two, he says a dozen), and the interplay of sex and political correctness in America.

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About the Author: Francoise Giroud has written numerous books, including biographies of Marie Curie and Christian Dior. Director of the French magazine Elle from 1945 to 1952 and co-founder of L'Express, she was Minister of Culture under Giscard D'Estaing from 1974 to 1977. Bernard-Henri LA(c)vy is one of France's most famous philosophers and one of the bestselling writers in Europe. He is also one of the world's most preeminent journalists, having started his career as a war reporter for Combat, the famous underground newspaper founded by Camus during the Nazi occupation of France.
Published January 1, 1995 by Little Brown & Co (T). 240 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy, Self Help. Non-fiction

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These curricula vitae suggest this volume's range of reference: Giroud and LÇvy follow the thread of love through philosophies of all vintages, cultural politics, and conventional wisdom about contemporary lifestyles.

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