Julien Freund

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| birth_place = Henridorff, Moselle, France | death_date = | death_place = Colmar, France | education = University of Strasbourg | era = 20th-century philosophy | region = Western philosophy | school_tradition = Continental philosophy
French liberalism
Classical republicanism
IR realism | main_interests = Political philosophy | notable_ideas = The political as human essence; the political as relation between command and obedience, private and public, and friend and enemy | influences = Max Weber, Georg Simmel, Vilfredo Pareto, Carl Schmitt, Raymond Aron, Bertrand de Jouvenel }}

Julien Freund (8 January 1921 – 10 September 1993) was a French philosopher and sociologist. Freund was called an "unsatisfied liberal-conservative" by Pierre-André Taguieff, for introducing France to the ideas of Max Weber. His work as a sociologist and political theorist is a continuation of Carl Schmitt's. Freund, like many people from Alsace, was fluent in German and French. His works have been translated into nearly 20 languages. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Freund, Julien
    Published 1968
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