Victor de Bonald

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Victor de Bonald (1780–1871), son of Louis Gabriel Ambroise de Bonald, followed his father in his exile. He was rector of the academy of Montpellier after the restoration, but lost his post during the Hundred Days. Regaining it at the second restoration, he resigned finally in 1830. He wrote Des vrais principes opposes aux erreurs du XIX siècle (1833), Moise et les geologues modernes (1835), and a life of his father.[1]

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  1. ^ Arthur McCalla (1998). A Romantic Historiosophy: The Philosophy of History of Pierre-Simon Ballanche. ISBN 90-04-10967-6.