Françoise Thom  

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“In both systems we have an ideology which, which has the ambition of creating a new man. That means that both systems, don't agree with human nature as it is; they're at war with nature, with human nature, this is the root of totalitarianism. You find it both in the nazi--nazism it's an ideology based on false biology and communism is based on false sociology. But both systems are--have an ambition of being scientific and resting on a scientific basis.” ― Françoise Thom

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Françoise Thom, née en 1951 à Strasbourg, est une historienne et soviétologue française, maître de conférences honoraire en histoire contemporaine à l'université Paris-Sorbonne. Spécialiste de la Russie postcommuniste, elle est l'auteur d'ouvrages d'analyse politique sur le pays et ses dirigeants.

She is the daughter of René Thom.

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