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...Born in Switzerland in the 1580s, Jean-Cécile Frey (in Latin Janus Caecilius Frey) died in 1631. He spent his professional life at the University of Paris, where he taught Aristotelian philosophy and a number of more unusual courses between...
...Voetius, Gisbertus Born in the small fortified city of Heusden as the son of Paulus Voet and Maria de Jongeling, Gisbertus (or Gijsbert) Voetius’s early years were dominated by the experience of war. Heusden was on the front line in both...
...William Chalmers (or Camerarius) was originally from Aberdeen, Scotland. He became a Jesuit in 1617 and taught philosophy at Châlons-sur-Marne in 1625. He left the Jesuits by the end of 1626 and joined the Oratory in Usson Toulouse...
...Berckringer, Daniel Daniel Berckringer was born in the Palatinate in 1598. He claimed to have studied in Groningen, where, in 1640, he graduated without ceremony (in absensu?). Before 1640 he had probably been tutor of the sons of Elisabeth...
...Isendoorn, Gisbertus van Gisbert van Isendoorn was born in 1601 at Ede. In Harderwijk, University of Harderwijk (see University of Harderwijk) he attended the Gymnasium Illustre, the predecessor of the university there, where Pontanus...
...Gautruche, Pierre Orléans Pierre Gautruche, who was one of the most prominent Agen Jesuit college Agen Jesuit college Jesuit professors of philosophy in the mid-seventeenth century, was born in Orléans in 1602 and entered the Society...
...Philippe de la Sainte-Trinité (Philippus a Sancta Trinitate in Latin) was born in Malaucène (in the Vaucluse) in 1603 and died in Naples on 28 February 1671. He entered the order of the Discalced Carmelites in Lyons in 1620 and made his...
...François Hédelin was born in Paris on 4 October 1604 and died in Nemours on 25 July 1676. He was the son of Claude Hédelin, a lawyer in the Parliament, and Catherine Paré. In 1610, his family moved to Nemours, where his father bought...
...Langbaine, Gerald, the elder Gerald Langbaine was born in Birton Kirke, Westmoreland and died in Oxford on 16 February 1658. He was educated at Queen’s College, Oxford. Langbaine graduated BA in 1630, gained his MA and Fellowship in 1633...
...Jacques Fournenc was born in Pézenas in 1609 and died in La Rochelle in 1665. He was Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm Frain du Tremblay, Jean Amsterdam received into the Oratory at Aix-en-Provence Aix-en-Provence in 1623. He taught the humanities...