Écrits libertaires (1948-1960) by Albert Camus

By Albert Camus

Justice pour Albert Camus, dont les écrits libertaires n’ont été identifiés que tardivement – ses œuvres complètes et ses biographes les ont longtemps ignorés. Cette méconnaissance a faussé nos idées sur l’écrivain préféré des Français. Son sang espagnol – par sa mère – a battu à l’unisson des anarcho-syndicalistes de ce will pay. Il sentait, « vivant en lui », Bakounine, le père russe de l’anarchie. Quant au « génie libertaire », il y trouva sa raison d’être.

Justice pour Lou Marin, le chercheur allemand qui a exhumé ces textes disséminés dans des revues en France, en Espagne, en Allemagne, en Argentine… vehicle c’est lui le vrai découvreur du Camus libertaire. Justice enfin pour Claire Auzias, l’éditrice d’Égregores, l. a. première à avoir publié cette anthologie et à qui Indigène s’associe pour donner à ces textes indomptables une plus huge diffusion, avec l’accord de Catherine Camus.

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Écrits libertaires (1948-1960)

Justice pour Albert Camus, dont les écrits libertaires n’ont été identifiés que tardivement – ses œuvres complètes et ses biographes les ont longtemps ignorés. Cette méconnaissance a faussé nos idées sur l’écrivain préféré des Français.

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Let m, m′ ∈ M be R-equivalent. Let u, u′ ∈ M be such that m = m ′ u′ , m′ = mu . The mappings ρu : q → qu, 1016 ρu′ : q ′ → q ′ u′ are bijections from L(m) onto L(m′ ) inverse to each other which map an R-class onto itself. Version 14 janvier 2009 J. Berstel, D. Perrin and C. Reutenauer fig0_06 42 1017 1018 1019 1. P RELIMINARIES Proof. We first verify that ρu maps L(m) into L(m′ ). If q ∈ L(m), then M q = M m and therefore M qu = M mu = M m′ . Hence qu = ρu (q) is in L(m′ ). Analogously, ρu′ maps L(m′ ) into L(m).

Let m, n ∈ I \ 0. By 2, the right ideal mM and the left ideal M n are 0-minimal. Since M is prime, there exists u ∈ M such that mun = 0. The right ideal mM being 0-minimal, we have mM = munM and therefore mRmun. In the same way, munLn. It follows that mDn. This shows that I \ 0 is contained in a D-class. Conversely, if m ∈ I \ 0, n ∈ M and mDn, there exists a k ∈ M such that mM = kM and M k = M n. Consequently I = M mM = M kM = M nM and this implies n ∈ I \ 0. 7 Let us show that I \0 is a regular D-class.

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