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...La Rochelle François de Fourmestraux was born in Lille in 1625 and died in Tournai in 1683. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1644 and taught philosophy at the college in Marchiennes and then theology at the college in Douai...
...Angers Caen Daniel de Saint-Joseph Saint-Malo Tours Born in Saint-Malo in 1601, the young Daniel entered the Discalced Carmelite order, took his vows in 1618 at the monastery in Angers and adopted the name of Daniel de Saint-Joseph. He...
...Practically nothing is known of the life of Paul de Sainte Marguerite, except that he belonged to the order of the Discalced Augustinians and during the 1690s held the post of reader of philosophy at the Parisian convent of Notre-Dame des...
...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...
...Guilleminot, Jean Angers Craon Albi convent Jean Guilleminot was born in Montbard Montbard ( Burgundy Burgundy) in 1614 and died in Nancy Nancy in 1680. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1631. After finishing his education he taught...
...Jean Le Porcq was born in Boulogne on 28 October 1636 and died on 5 April 1722. He began studying in his home town and then continued in Le Mans, where he entered the Oratory in 1654. He was ordained a priest in 1661 and studied theology...
...Bernard Riquet (his birth name) was born in Nogent-le-Rotrou in 1603 and died in Rouen on 28 August 1694. He entered the Discalced Carmelite order in 1623. After his studies he taught philosophy and theology in various colleges of the order...
... 23 (1936), pp. 28–58, 150–75. Mondadori Fabrizio , ‘The Independence of the Possible According to Scotus in O. Boulnois , E. Karger , J.-L. Solère et al. (eds), Duns Scot à Paris, 1302–2002 ( Turnhout , 2004), pp. 313–74 (p. 359). Schmutz...
...Jacques Du Chevreul (also known by the name of Chevreuil, Du Chevreuil, and by the Latin form Capreolus) was born in 1595 and died in 1649 after many years spent teaching philosophy and mathematics at the Collège d’Harcourt, one of the main...
...Lyons Gratien de Montfort Salins Little is known of the life of this Capuchin reader of philosophy and theology. He was born at the end of the sixteenth century and died in Salins on 21 November 1650. We know that his surname was Bordey...