About the author: Jean Haudry (born 1934) is a linguist, and a founder of the Institut d’études indo-européennes at the Jean Moulin University Lyon 3 (France) with Jean-Paul Allard and Jean Varenne. Under his leadership the Institut published, between 1982 and 1998, the Études indo-européennes. He was a professor of Sanskrit and dean of the faculty of letters at the University Lyon 3 and a directeur d’études at the 4th section of the École Pratique des Hautes Études. He became professor emeritus in 2002. Jean Haudry was a member of the Groupement de recherche et d’études pour la civilisation européenne, and acted as chairman of its 13th symposium in 1978. He contributed to the creation of the periodical Nouvelle École. He was also a member of the “Scientific Council” of the Front National of Jean-Marie Le Pen, till the split of the Front National, after which he followed Bruno Mégret in the new Mouvement National Républicain. Jean Haudry also participates in the activities of the group Terre et Peuple founded by Pierre Vial, another professor of the University Lyon 3.
The Indo-EuropeansJean Haudry
A modern text discussing the language, culture and racial and geographical origins of the early Indo-Europeans. Chapters include: World Vision: Language and Mentality, The Individual, the Group and the Universe; The Community: The People, The King, Duties toward the Community; Religion: General Characteristics of Indo-European religions, The Gods of the Universe, Rites and Gods of the Four Circles of Social Attachment, The Gods of the Three Functions, From Gods to Heroes, The Twilight of the Gods; Institutions: The Indo-European Legal Heritage, Law and Religion, Lineage and the Law; The Law and the Three other Circles; War; Production and Reproduction; and Geographical origin of the Indo-Europeans.
Author: Jean Haudry