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Professor at College de France and linguist Claude Hagege rebelled against the dominance of the English language and his way of thinking in a book published last March by Editions Odile Jacob against the pensée unique.
Far from being a mere denunciation, the book is also an accurate account of the hegemony of English and its consequences. Thereby inviting the reader to respond and resist: "Today it is about physical extermination, but intellectual, political and economic enslavement. France must resist, "says the author at the end of his book.
With globalization, English is playing an increasingly important role and carries with it "neoliberal ideology", ways of thinking.
In support of his speech, Claude Hagege cites numerous examples, such as the market for scientific patents, which English largely dominates; the translation of such is being increasingly rare
Resisting linguistic diversity and focus
Claude Hagege, Emeritus linguist, polyglot and winner of the gold medal of the CNRS, calls for the reintegration of French in areas where it disappeared (science, technology, economics...) and for the diversity of languages in general, vector creativity and inventiveness.
It offers some ideas for that favour the use of French in France, promoting French Alliances around the world...