An Interview with Claude Lefort

  title={An Interview with Claude Lefort},
  author={Claude Lefort},
  pages={173 - 192}
CLAUDE LEFORT: Castoriadis has already described very well the circumstances under which Socialisme ou Barbarie was formed. He and Simon have provided an overview of its evolution. But to illustrate my personal role and my differences with the majority of the group, I'll first return briefly to ‘the sources.’ In 1942, at the age of eighteen and having completed one year of philosophy in occupied Paris, I established contact with the Trotskyists. I met a leader of one of the major tendencies… 
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