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Outline of a Doctrine of French Policy: (August 27, 1945)

@article{Kojve2004OutlineOA,
  title={Outline of a Doctrine of French Policy: (August 27, 1945)},
  author={Alexandre Koj{\`e}ve},
  journal={Policy Review},
  year={2004},
  pages={3}
}
Editor's note: In the aftermath of World War II, the philosopher Alexandre Kojeve presented the French government his "Outline of a Doctrine of French Policy," a document that remains today of scholarly, historical, philosophical, and--perhaps most startlingly--contemporary interest. This unabridged translation marks its first appearance in English. It was translated from the French by Erik de Vries, who recently completed his doctoral dissertation, "A Kojevean Citizenship Model for the… 
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