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Fetiches útiles: el libro de Stéphane Hessel y la etiqueta de “los indignados”

He then presents his own principal indignation at present, the strife in Palestinethe Gaza strip and the West Bank. His short book Time for Outrage! It was translated into 15 foreign languages, from Europe to Asia and South America. InHessel was named by Foreign Policy magazine to its list of top global thinkers “[f]or bringing the spirit of the French Resistance to a global society that has lost its heart.

Vitia Guetzevich ; 3 children [2] Christiane Hessel-Chabry He ends the tract by calling for non-violent action and for indiggnaos peaceful uprising against the powers of finance capitalism.

In he was named by Foreign Policy magazine in its list of top global thinkers. His paternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants who joined the Lutheran churchand his mother was from a Christian family.

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Hessel called for the French government to make funds available to provide housing for the homeless [14] and denounced the French government’s failure to comply with Article 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at the Place de la Republique on 21 February Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: Archived at the Wayback Machine.

In OctoberHessel’s essay, Time for Outrage! Translated by Michael Kogon. In the Trenches with the Spanish for Liberty and Progress”, will be published posthumously. As a supporter of a two state solutionhe also told the newspaper: At 95, he embodied faith in the future of this new century.

Retrieved 28 February The author asserts that indifference is the worst of attitudes. Hessel continued to hold a diplomatic passporthaving been named an “ambassador for life”.

He also emphasizes the importance of good luck in life”. Hessel’s booklet argues that the French need to again become outraged, as were those who participated in the Resistance during World War II. Hessel and his book were linked and cited as an inspiration for the Spanish Indignadosthe American Occupy Wall Street movement and other political movements.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. For every generation, for young people, he was a source of inspiration but also a reference.


Best-selling French author and Holocaust survivor has some advice for Israel.

Fetiches útiles: el libro de Stéphane Hessel y la etiqueta de “los indignados”

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Born German, he became a naturalised French citizen in For my part, having visited Gaza, having seen indginaos refugee camps with thousands of children, the manner in which they are bombed appears as a veritable crime against humanity. Institute for Social and Cultural Communications: It was originally scheduled to be published in May, but the publisher moved the release date up to mid-March after Hessel’s death.

His life will continue to inspire our work. View a machine-translated version of the French article.

He then outlines two somewhat hesesl views of history that have both influenced him, that of the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartrewho was his teacher at the Ecole normale superieure in Paris and that of the German writer Walter Benjaminwho was a colleague and a close friend of his father, Franz Hessel. A model attribution edit summary using German: