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  • Denis Diderot (French: [dəni did(ə)ʁo]; 5 October 1713 – 31 July 1784) was a French philosopher, art critic, and writer. He was a prominent figure during
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  • Lycée Denis Diderot may refer to: Lycée Denis Diderot (Kenya) - Nairobi, Kenya Lycée Denis Diderot (Carvin) - Carvin, France
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  • current name, referring to the French philosopher, art critic and writer Denis Diderot, in 1994. Featuring two Nobel Prize laureates, two Fields Medal winners
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  • The Lycée Denis Diderot (LDD) is the French international school in Kenya. It is located in the district of Kilimani, in Nairobi. It is part of Agence
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  • development of the Encyclopédie from June 1751 to December 1765 under editors Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d'Alembert. The composition of the 17 volumes of text
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  • The House of Enlightenment, Denis Diderot or La Maison des Lumières Denis Diderot (MLDD) is housed in the Hotel du Breuil de Saint Germain located in
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  • Anne-Antoinette Diderot (born Anne-Antoinette Champion 22 February 1710 – 10 April 1796) was the wife of the pioneer encyclopedist Denis Diderot and the mother
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  • Grant McCracken in 1988, and is named after the French philosopher Denis Diderot (1713–1784), who first described the effect in an essay. The term has
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  • enlightenment Denis Diderot. Didier Diderot descended from families of local craftsmen from the city of Langres, Champagne. His father, Denis Diderot (1654–1726)
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  • Charenton. It takes its name from its location on the Boulevard Diderot, named after Denis Diderot, joint editor of the Encyclopédie, and the rue de Reuilly
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  • Supplément au voyage de Bougainville (category Denis Diderot)
    actions which bear none") is a set of philosophical dialogues written by Denis Diderot, inspired by Louis Antoine de Bougainville's Voyage autour du monde
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  • Religieuse de Denis Diderot) is a 1966 French drama film directed by Jacques Rivette and based on the novel of the same title by Denis Diderot. The Nun
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  • Sophie Volland (category Denis Diderot)
    mistress of Denis Diderot. None of the letters she wrote have survived. Louise-Henriette Volland was born November 27, 1716. She met Diderot in the spring
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  • Philosophical Thoughts (category Denis Diderot)
    philosophiques) is a 1746 book composed by Denis Diderot; it was his first original work. In this book, Diderot argued for a reconciliation of reason with
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  • Mme de Maux (category Denis Diderot)
    became a lover of Denis Diderot's friend Damilaville. Some time after Damilaville's death, in 1768, she became the lover of Diderot, but later left him
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  • La Religieuse (novel) (category Novels by Denis Diderot)
    18th-century French novel by Denis Diderot. Completed in about 1780, the work was not published until 1796, after Diderot's death. The novel began not
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  • It had many writers, known as the Encyclopédistes. It was edited by Denis Diderot and, until 1759, co-edited by Jean le Rond d'Alembert. The Encyclopédie
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  • Paradox of the Actor (category Denis Diderot)
    the Actor (French: Paradoxe sur le comedien) is a dramatic essay by Denis Diderot elucidating a theory of acting in which it is argued that great actors
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  • Sur les femmes (category Denis Diderot)
    Sur les femmes (Essay on Women) is an essay by Denis Diderot published in Correspondance littéraire in 1772. It contains a response to Antoine Léonard
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  • The Skeptic's Walk (category Denis Diderot)
    The Skeptic's Walk (French: La Promenade du sceptique) is a book by Denis Diderot, completed in 1747. It was first published in 1830. The book is separated
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