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Voltaire"s opinions of Fenelon. A thesis on the history of ideas.

John Michael McDonough

Voltaire"s opinions of Fenelon. A thesis on the history of ideas.

by John Michael McDonough

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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1950.

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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL21114452M

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The Bishop of Meaux, annoyed at the action of Fenelon, denounced the book to Louis XIV., who appointed a commission to examine it (). Fenelon, fearing that a commission, one of the members of which was his rival Bossuet, would not be likely to give an impartial judgment, forwarded his book to Rome for judgment. While the Roman   A STRONOMICAL thought on the Continent was more hampered, in the Catholic countries especially, by the restrictive opinions of the Church. Yet in , when the decree prohibiting all books dealing with the Copernican doctrine was removed from the Index, that system had already long been adopted by the more celebrated academies of Europe, for so Mme. de Premontval claimed in ;

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