Henri Lurié (1905-1994) was a French engineer and philosopher, as well as a translator of Spinoza and Goethe. He was an ardent supporter of the international language Esperanto. Lurie was also a devoted follower of Constantin Brunner, translating many of his works and participating in the dissemination of his thought. Lurié died 7 August, 1994 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA.
He is described by John David Garcia in these terms: "Henry Lurié was not perfect in his ethics, but he was the most committed man I ever met; he was dedicated totally to ethical principles."
*[http://www.worldcat.org/search?qtworldcat_org_bks&qLurie%CC%81%2C+Henri&fq=dt%3Abks Henri Lurié at Worldcat]