Jean-Marie Guyau

Jean-Marie Guyau (October 28, 1854 – March 31, 1888) was a French philosopher and poet.

Guyau was inspired by the philosophies of Epicurus, Epictetus, Plato, Immanuel Kant, Herbert Spencer, and Alfred Fouillée, and the poetry and literature of Pierre Corneille, Victor Hugo, and Alfred de Musset. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Guyau , Jean-Marie
Published 1912
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by Guyau , Jean-Marie
Published 1889
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by Guyau , Jean-Marie
Published 1903
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by Guyau , Jean-Marie
Published 1909
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by Guyau , Jean-Marie
Published 1947
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by Guyau , Jean Marie
Published 1924
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by Guyau , Jean Marie
Published 1923
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by Guyau , Jean-Marie
Published 2012
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by Aslan , G.
Published 1906
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by Cano Ruiz , Benjamin
Published ca1977
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by Armand , E.
Published 1957 ca
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by Garcia Birlan , Antonio
Published 1954
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by Tomasi , Tina
Published 1973
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by Diaz , Carlos
Published 1977
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by Respaut , André
Published 1965 ca
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by Hamon , Augustin
Published 1895
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by Bonanno , Alfredo Maria
Published 1976
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by Tomasi , Tina
Published 1988
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by Tomasi , Tina
Published 1978
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