Antoine Arnauld
b. February 6, 1612 – d. August 8, 1614 • Philosopher • Theologian
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Arnauld, Antoine
Arnauld, Antoine (1612–94), ‘the Great Arnauld’, French theologian and philosopher. He was the twentieth son of a bourgeois family, born in Paris, who, after the death of his father in 1619, came increasingly under the influence of his mother and of his sister, Angélique (see foll. entry). In 1633 he
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Arnauld, Antoine
Arnauld (Antoine) (1560–1619).—Famous lawyer, son of the general advocate of Catherine de Medici. He composed works against the Jesuits and against Philip II. King of Spain. He had by Catharine Marion twenty children, of whom ten survived him.Arnauld (Antoine).—Son of the preceding and youngest of his
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Arnauld, Antoine
Arnauld, Antoine (1612–94). French theologian, philosopher, and author whose prestige was such that he was known as “the great Arnauld.” His very numerous family included his sister Jacqueline Marie Angélique ⇒Arnauld, with whom he was in agreement on many theological points. In 1641 he withdrew to Port-Royal,
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Arnauld, Antoine
ARNAULD, ANTOINE (1612–1694)Jansenist theologian and controversialist, called “The Great Arnauld”Born in Paris, Arnauld entered the Sorbonne where in 1635 he presented a thesis on the doctrine of grace. In 1638 he came under the strong influence of the Abbe de Saint-Cyran, leading exponent of Jansenism,