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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

Gabriel Daniel

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Author, born Rouen, France, 1649; died Paris, France, 1728. He entered the Society of Jesus, 1667, became historiographer of France. He wrote on the questions of probabilism and grace but is best known for his refutation of Pascal's "Provincial Letters" and for his great history of France.

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Entry for 'Gabriel Daniel'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. 1910.

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