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Robert Desgabets (/ /; French: [deɡabɛ]; 1610–1678) was a French Cartesian philosopher and Benedictine prior, born in Ancemont. He had published two book-length philosophical works in his lifetime, Considérations sur l'état présent de la controverse touchant le T. S. Sacrement de l'autel (Considerations on the present state of the controversy concerning the Eucharist) in 1671 and Critique de la critique de la recherche de la verité (Critique of the critique of the search for truth) in 1675.
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