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Victor Cousin

French philosopher

1792   -   1867

country of citizenship: France
language of expression: French
educated at: Lycée Charlemagne, Pensionnat normal
occupation: philosopher, politician, translator, university teacher, biographer, philosophy historian, writer
award received: Commander of the Legion of Honour, Concours général, Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
position held: member of the Chamber of Peers, director, minister, seat 5 of the Académie française
student of: Pierre Laromiguière, Pierre Paul Royer-Collard

Victor Cousin (French: [kuzɛ̃]; 28 November 1792 – 14 January 1867) was a French philosopher. He was the founder of "eclecticism", a briefly influential school of French philosophy that combined elements of German idealism and Scottish Common Sense Realism. As the administrator of public instruction for over a decade, Cousin also had an important influence on French educational policy.
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Adam Smith et ses ouvrages ( 1847 )

redactioneel artikel in Journal des Économistes

author: Victor Cousin

L’Art français au XVIIe siècle ( 1853 )

article published in the Revue des deux Mondes

author: Victor Cousin

Les Femmes illustres du dix-septième siècle ( 1844 )

article published in the Revue des deux Mondes

author: Victor Cousin

La Fronde à Bordeaux/01 ( 1859 )

article published in the Revue des deux Mondes

author: Victor Cousin

Huit mois au ministère de l’Instruction publique ( 1841 )

article published in the Revue des deux Mondes

author: Victor Cousin

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