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us: Vauvenargues, 1715-1747



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    • us: Clapiers de Vauvenargues, Luc de, marquis de, 1715-1747
    • us: De Vauvenargues, Luc de Clapiers, marquis, 1715-1747
    • us: De Clapiers, Luc, marquis de Vauvenargues, 1715-1747
    • us: De Clapiers de Vauvenargues, Luc, marquis, 1715-1747
    • us: Vauvenargues, Luc de Clapiers, marquis de, 1715-1747
    • us: Vovenarg, Li͡uk de Klapʹe de, 1715-1747
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    • Vauvenargues, Luc de Clapiers, marquis de, 1715-1747
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    • found: Des lois de l'esprit, 1997: t.p. (Vauvenargues) cover p. 4 (Vauvenargues (Luc de Clapiers, Marquis de); b. Aix-en-Provence, 1715; d. Paris, 1747)
    • found: Dusha i telo, 2000: t.p. (Li͡uk de Klapʹe de Vovenarg)
    • found: Introduction a la connoissance de l'esprit humain, 1747 (name not given)
    • found: Voltaire. Éloge funébre des officiers qui sont morts dans la guerre de 1741, in La tragédie de Sémiramis, 1749: page 155 ("M. de Vauvenargues, long-temps capitaine au régiment du Roy")
    • found: Barbier, A.A. Ouvrages anonymes, 1872-1879: v 2, col. 960 (Introduction a la connoissance de l'esprit humain, by the Marquis de Vauvenargues)
    • found: OCLC, October 21, 2013 (usage chiefly Vauvenargues; also: Luc de Clapiers, marquis de Vauvenargues; Luc de Clapiers, Marquis of Vauvenargues; Luc de Clapiers de Vauvenargues)
    • found: BnF authorities, October 21, 2013 (authorized access point: Vauvenargues, Luc de Clapiers (1715-1747 ; marquis de); born 1715-08-06, died 1747-05-28; French author)
    • found: French Wikipedia, October 21, 2013 (Luc de Clapiers, marquis de Vauvenargues; born Aix-en-Provence, August 5, 1715, died Paris, May 28, 1747; French author, moralist and aphorist; served in French army for ten years; moved to Paris, 1745, and began a writing career, encouraged by Voltaire and others; published Introduction à la connaissance de l'esprit humain anonymously, 1746, with "Réflexions" and "Maximes"; Voltaire encouraged him to revise the work and the 2nd edition was published posthumously in 1747)
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