cawiki Indigneu-vos! dewiki Empört Euch! enwiki Time for Outrage! eswiki ¡ Indignaos! euwiki Haserretu zaitezte! frwiki Indignez-vous! nlwiki. Konprometitu zaitezte! Stephane Hessel. 02 Aug Paperback. US$ Haserretu Zaitezte! Stephane Hessel. 28 Feb Book. US$ Time for Outrage! is the English translation of the bestselling tract Indignez-vous! by the French Ullstein Buchverlage GmbH, Berlin (); ^ Juan Luis Zabala, “‘ Haserretu zaitezte!’, matxinadarako dei bat salmenta markak” Archived.
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Translation by Michael Kogon. Retrieved June 6, in French.
Exact name of German article]]; see its history for attribution. The end is in sight. April Click [show] for important translation instructions. This page was last edited on 11 Decemberat I am lucky to be able to seize the time I have left to reflect on my lifelong commitment to politics: For more guidance, see Wikipedia: He speaks of his experience among the drafters of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and exhorts young people to look around for topics of indignation.
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You must provide copyright attribution in the edit summary by providing an interlanguage link to the source of your translation. He then presents his own principal indignation at present, the strife in Palestinethe Gaza strip and the West Bank. He ends the tract by calling for non-violent action and for a peaceful uprising against the powers of finance capitalism. He then outlines two somewhat contradictory views of history that have both influenced him, that of the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartrewho was his teacher at the Ecole normale superieure in Paris and that of the German writer Walter Benjaminwho was a colleague and a close friend of his father, Franz Hessel.
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In France, published by a small publisher in Montpellierthe page booklet sold almost a million copies within the first ten weeks. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in French.