With Bruno de Cessole, writer, journalist, literary critic - Subject, Chantal Delsol, philosopher, member of the Institute.
Since the "Declaration of Human Rights", republican universalism is a philosophical and political ideal destined to impose itself on everyone. Its values, freedom, equality, fraternity, inscribed on the motto of the Republic are intended to apply to all men and all countries. Yet, from the outset, this proclaimed universalism accommodated itself to discrimination and "differentialism". In particular, with regard to minorities. Is not French universalism today condemned by multiculturalism claimed by these minorities to be no more than a rhetorical deception?
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