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Raïssa Oumansoff Maritain (12 September 1883 in Rostov-on-Don – 4 November 1960 in Paris) was a Russian-born French poet and philosopher. She emigrated to France and studied at the Sorbonne, where she met the young Jacques Maritain, also a philosopher, whom she married in 1904. She was raised Jewish but, following a period in which she considered herself an atheist, converted to Roman Catholicism with her husband in 1906.

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  • Raïssa Maritain (1883-1960), née Raïssa Oumançoff, était l'épouse de Jacques Maritain. En tant que telle, elle a été avec lui, pendant plus d'un demi-siècle, au centre d'un cénacle d'intellectuels catholiques français. Son livre de souvenirs, Les Grandes Amitiés, en relate la chronique. Ce livre a obtenu le prix du Renouveau français.
  • Raïssa Maritain, także Raisa Maritain z domu Umancewa (ur. 31 sierpnia 1883, zm. w 1960) – francuska poetka chrześcijańska i mistyczka, żona filozofa Jacques'a Maritaina, nazywana przez niego połową swojej duszy. Pochodziła z rodziny rosyjskich Żydów z Rostowa nad Donem. Na początku XX wieku jej rodzina wyemigrowała do Francji. Studiowała na Sorbonie. Dzieliła pasje filozoficzne męża. Początkowo ateistka, razem z nim przeszła na katolicyzm w 1906 roku.
  • Raïssa Oumansoff Maritain (12 September 1883 in Rostov-on-Don – 4 November 1960 in Paris) was a Russian-born French poet and philosopher. She emigrated to France and studied at the Sorbonne, where she met the young Jacques Maritain, also a philosopher, whom she married in 1904. She was raised Jewish but, following a period in which she considered herself an atheist, converted to Roman Catholicism with her husband in 1906.
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  • Raïssa Maritain (1883-1960), née Raïssa Oumançoff, était l'épouse de Jacques Maritain. En tant que telle, elle a été avec lui, pendant plus d'un demi-siècle, au centre d'un cénacle d'intellectuels catholiques français. Son livre de souvenirs, Les Grandes Amitiés, en relate la chronique. Ce livre a obtenu le prix du Renouveau français.
  • Raïssa Maritain, także Raisa Maritain z domu Umancewa (ur. 31 sierpnia 1883, zm. w 1960) – francuska poetka chrześcijańska i mistyczka, żona filozofa Jacques'a Maritaina, nazywana przez niego połową swojej duszy. Pochodziła z rodziny rosyjskich Żydów z Rostowa nad Donem. Na początku XX wieku jej rodzina wyemigrowała do Francji. Studiowała na Sorbonie. Dzieliła pasje filozoficzne męża. Początkowo ateistka, razem z nim przeszła na katolicyzm w 1906 roku.
  • Raïssa Oumansoff Maritain (12 September 1883 in Rostov-on-Don – 4 November 1960 in Paris) was a Russian-born French poet and philosopher. She emigrated to France and studied at the Sorbonne, where she met the young Jacques Maritain, also a philosopher, whom she married in 1904. She was raised Jewish but, following a period in which she considered herself an atheist, converted to Roman Catholicism with her husband in 1906.
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