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Raïssa Maritain (née Oumansoff) (12 September 1883 in Rostov-on-Don – 4 November 1960 in Paris) was a Russian poet and philosopher.
She immigrated 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 Catholicism with her husband in 1906.
Moore, Brenna. (2013).Sacred dread: Raïssa Maritain, the allure of suffering, and the French Catholic revival (1905-1944). Notre Dame, Ind: Univ. of Notre Dame Press.
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