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Les Temps modernes (French for Modern Times) is a political, literary and philosophical French magazine (named after the Charlie Chaplin film) founded in 1945 by Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and Maurice Merleau-Ponty. It is published by the Editions Gallimard.
Sartre was at first the chief editor. People who wrote for the journal included Raymond Aron, Michel Leiris, André Gorz, Jean Paulhan, Pierre Goldman, René Leibowitz, Francis Jeanson, Albert Olivier, and Jean Baudrillard.
The current Editorial committee is composed of: Claude Lanzmann (Chief Editor), Juliette Simont, Adrien Barrot, Joseph Cohen, Michel Deguy, Liliane Kandel, Jean Khalfa, Patrice Maniglier, Jean Pouillon, Robert Redeker, Marc Sagnol, Gérard Wormser, Raphael Zagury-Orly.
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