Jean Reynaud

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Portrait of Reynaud, engraving after a portrait by Madame Reynaud
Reynaud's grave in Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris, with sculpture by Henri Chapu

Jean Reynaud (14 February 1806, Lyon – 28 June 1863, Paris) was a French socialist philosopher.

He was a member of the Saint-Simonian community. He was a co-founder of the Encyclopédie nouvelle.


  • David Albert Griffiths, Jean Reynaud, encyclopédiste de l’époque romantique, d’après sa correspondance inédite, Paris : M. Rivière, 1965.

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