Jean Bruyere

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In existographies, Jean Bruyere (310-259 BE) (1645-1696 ACM) (IQ:165|#550) (ID:3.06|51) (Cattell 1000:562) (RGM:177|1,350+) (PR:7624|65AE / writer:728) (CR:5) (LH:2) (TL:7) was a French philosopher, moralist, and satirist, aka “sensible writer” (Meslier, 1727), noted for []



Bruyere influenced: Jean Meslier and Denis Diderot.


Quotes | On

The following are quotes on Bruyere:

“I have read and I constantly re-read Theophrastus, Bruyere, and Moliere. Excellent works. Much better than they are thought to be, but who knows how to read them.”
Denis Diderot (1661), Rameau’s Nephew (character: He and I) (pg. 82)[1]

Quotes | By

The following are quotes by Bruyere:

“It’s motive alone that gives character to the actions of men.”
— Jean Bruyere (c.1690), Source [2]

End matter


  1. Diderot, Denis. (1661). Rameau’s Nephew (Le Neveu de Rameau); in: Rameau’s Nephew and Diderot’s Dream (§:15-130) (translator: Leonard Tancock). Penguin, 1964.
  2. Jean Bruyere –

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