Henri Brémond

Henri Brémond

Henri Bremond (31 July 1865 – 17 August 1933) was a French literary scholar, sometime Jesuit, and Catholic philosopher, one of the theological modernists.

Biography

He was born and educated in Aix-en-Provence. He served his novitiate in Sidmouth, Devon, and received orders in 1892. He then taught for two years, and worked on the Jesuit publication Études.

He left the

External links

  • L'Inquiétude religieuse. Aubes et lendemains de conversion (1901)
  • Âmes religieuses (1902)
  • L'enfant et la vie (1902)
  • Le Bienheureux Thomas More 1478-1535 (1904) as Sir Thomas More (1913) translated by Henry Child
  • Le charme d'Athènes et autres essais (1905) with Jean and André Bremond
  • Newman, essai de biographie psychologique (1906) and translations from J. H. Newman, as The Mystery of Newman (1907) translated by H. C. Corrance
  • Gerbet (1907)
  • La Littérature religieuse d'avant-hier et d'aujourd'hui (1908)
  • La Provence mystique au XVIIe siècle: Antoine Yvan et Madeleine Martin (1908)
  • Nicole (1909)
  • L’évolution du clergé anglican (1909)
  • Apologie pour Fénelon (1910),
  • Sainte Chantal (1572-1641) (1913)
  • Textes choisis de Bossuet (1913)
  • Histoire littéraire du sentiment religieux en France depuis la fin des guerres de religion jusqu'à nos jours (from 1916 to 1936) 11 volumes, as A Literary History of Religious Thought in France (1928) translated by K. L. Montgomery
  • Anthologie des écrivains catholiques, prosateurs français du XVIIème siècle (1919) with Charles Grolleau
  • Revue dominicaine (1920)
  • Pour le Romantisme (1923)
  • Les deux musiques de la prose (1924)
  • Maurice Barrès (1924)
  • Le roman et l'histoire d'une conversion. Ulric Guttinguer et Sainte-Beuve (1925)
  • Manuel illustré de la littérature catholique en France de 1870 à nos jours (1925) with others
  • Entretiens avec Paul Valéry (1926) with Frédéric Lefevre
  • Sainte Catherine d’Alexandrie (1926)
  • La Poésie pure; Un débat sur la poésie. La poésie et les poètes (1926) with Robert de Souza
  • Prière et Poésie (1926) as Prayer and Poetry: A Contribution To Poetical Theory (1927) translated by Algar Thorold
  • Introduction à la philosophie de la prière (1928)
  • L'Abbé Tempête: Armand de Rancé, Réformateur de la Trappe (1929) as The Thundering Abbot (1930) translated by F. J. Sheed
  • Divertissements devant l'arche (1930)
  • Racine et Valéry. Notes sur l'initiation poétique (1930)
  • Un clerc qui n’a pas trahi: Alfred Loisy d'après ses mémoires (1931)
  • La querelle du pur amour au temps de Louis XIII. Antoine Sirmond et Jean-Pierre Camus (1932)
  • Autour de l'humanisme d'Érasme à Pascal (1936)
  • Correspondance (1970) letters to Maurice Blondel, edited by André Blanchet, Aubier, two volumes

Bibliography

. Arthez-d'Asson. He died in Légion d'honneur, being elected in 1923 to the seat number 36. He was also awarded the Louis Duchesne succeeding Académie française's attempt). He became a member of the Geoffrey Faber (1906) (well before John Henry Newman (cited below). He had a permanent interest in English topics, e. g. public schools (Thring of Uppingham), the evolution of Anglican clergy (Walter Lake, J.R. Green) and wrote a study of the psychology of Histoire littéraire du sentiment religieux en France. He also became a prolific author of books on literary topics and Catholicism. Bremond's magnum opus was his Revue de Paris and the Revue des deux mondes, Correspondant, Annales de philosophie chrétienne