Biography of Famous Atheist Andre Malraux
About the famous French atheist Andre Malraux, history and information about the beliefs of the writer.
ANDRE MALRAUX (1901- )
His Person: French man of letters and homme d'etat. As a youth was existentialist and Marxist activist. Fought in Spanish Civil War on the side of the Loyalists and in the French resistance during W. W. II. Served as Minister of Information on General de Gaulle's staff. Was France's Minister of Culture in De Gaulle's last administration. Author of several novels. Wrote: Man's Fate, Man's Hope, Anti-Memoirs.
His Belief: "To the absurd myths of God and an immortal soul, the modern world in its radical impotence has only succeeded in opposing the ridiculous myths of science and progress."
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