Étienne Bonnot, Abbé de Condillac

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Étienne Bonnot, Abbé de Condillac (1714–1780) was a French priest, philosopher, and economist and a member of the French Academy. He was one of eighteenth-century France’s preeminent philosophers of the Enlightenment, who had wide-ranging influence beyond metaphysics and epistemology to political thought and economics. He was a leading advocate in France of the ideas of John Locke, Bishop George Berkeley, and David Hume, and a friend of the encyclopedist Denis Diderot. His work on Commerce and Government appeared in the same year as Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations.

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