Philosopher Raphaël Enthoven: “The left is permeated with identitarian ideas”

RIn his novel “Le Temps gagné”, aphaël Enthoven, philosopher and writer, reckons with the complacency of the French left, the so-called “Gauche Caviar”.

Enthoven, son of a well-known publisher, ex-husband of the writer Justine Lévy and thus ex-son-in-law of the philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, hardly spares a character on his Proustian journey through time over the past decades. Only the singer Carla Bruni, mother of his son Aurélien and current wife Nicolas Sarkozy, remains for him the “most beautiful woman in the world”.

WORLD: You say the left has never risked reality. What future do you give this left?


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