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...François Malaval was born in Marseilles in 1627 and became blind at nine months. Nevertheless, he went on to study theology and obtained his doctorate in theology from the Sorbonne. Without ever becoming a priest, he wrote many works...
... ses sources ( Paris , 1956). Kristeva Julia , Histoires d’amour ( Paris , 1983). Orcibal Jean , Saint Jean de la Croix et les Mystiques rhéno-flamands ( Paris , 1966). Terestchenko Michel , Amour et désespoir, de saint François de Sales...
...Coton, Pierre Bérulle, Pierre de Pierre Coton was born in the Loire region in 1564 and died in Paris on 19 April 1626. He studied law and then went on to join the Society of Jesus in Italy. On his return to France, he initiated a series...
...Nicolas Coeffeteau was born in Château-du-Loir, in the Maine region in 1574 and died in Paris on 21 April 1623. He entered the Dominican monastery in Sens in 1588. He professed his vows in 1590 and then became a teacher of philosophy...
...Nothing is known of the life of Félix Dumas, a Recollect friar from the province of Guyenne. In the sixteenth century, the Franciscans, divided since 1517 into the Conventuals and the Observants, felt the need to reform and to return...
... 1953). Spaemann Robert , ‘Fénelon et l’argument du pari Archives de Philosophie (April–June 1966). Spaemann Robert , Fénelon, Reflexion und Spontaneität ( Stuttgart , 1990). Terestchenko Michel , Amour et désespoir: de François de Sales à Fénelon ( Paris , 2000)....