ARNAULD, ANTOINE: OEUVRES DE MESSIRE ANTOINE ARNAULD, DOCTEUR DE LA MAISON ET SOCIETE DE SORBONNE
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- Antoine Arnauld (1612-1694), priest, controversial theologian, philosopher and mathematician, was born in Paris into a lawyer's family and died in exile in Brussels.
His writings, published over a period of more than fifty years, were collected and published by Gabriel Dupac de Bellegarde and Jean Hautefage in Paris and Lausanne between 1775 and 1783 in thirty-seven volumes consisting of forty-two parts.
His correspondence with Leibniz, Descartes, Malebranche and Pascal, among others, gives us 1118 letters that take up four volumes, tomes I to IV and pp 3-71 of tome XLII. The appendices provide unique documents written by others that shed a light on his controversial Jansenism and his differences with both the Jesuits and the Protestants.
Volume 43 contains the "Vie de Messire Antoine Arnauld, Docteur de la Maison et Societé de Sorbonne", written by Noel Larrière, and a general index of 286 pages 4º in two columns.
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