Louis Sala-Molins

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Louis Sala-Molins (born 1935) is an essayist and political philosophy professor at Paris-I and Toulouse-II universities.[1][2]

He took part in UNESCO Headquarters to events dedicated to the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery (December 2004).[3]

Political and philosophical work (in French)[edit]

  • Le racisme, Philippe Godard and Louis Sala-Molins, 2008
  • Du crime d'être "noir". Un milliard de "Noirs" dans la prison identitaire, Homnisphères, 2006.
  • Le livre rouge de Yahvé, La Dispute, 2004.
  • La Loi, de quel droit ?, Flammarion, 1993.
  • Louis Sala-Molins - L'Afrique aux Amériques. Le Code noir espagnol, Presses Universitaires de France, 1992.
  • Les misères des Lumières. Sous la raison, l'outrage, Homnisphères, 1992.
  • Sodome - Exergue à la philosophie du droit, Albin Michel, 1991.
  • Le code noir, Presses Universitaires de France, 1987.
  • Le Dictionnaire des inquisiteurs, Valence, 1494, Galilée, 1981.

English translated work[edit]

  • Dark Side of the Light: Slavery and the French Enlightenment, translated by John Conteh-Morgan, University of Minnesota Press, 2006.

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