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Michaël Devaux

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'''Michaël Devaux''' has a doctorate from the Sorbonne with a special interest in the history of philosophy and the metaphysics of Leibniz. He is the editor of the ''Bibliographie Cartésienne 1960-1996'' with Jean-Robert Armogathe and Vincent Carraud, and has written numerous articles in history of seventeenth century philosophy as well as Tolkien studies. He was the president of a French Tolkien Society [[La Compagnie de la Comté]] (2011: defunct), and an editor of ''[[La Feuille de la Compagnie]]'', a cahier of Tolkien studies published by Ad Solem. He has lectured on [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] in France, The Netherlands and Italy.
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'''Michaël Devaux''' has a doctorate from the Sorbonne with a special interest in the history of philosophy and the metaphysics of Leibniz. He is the editor of the ''Bibliographie Cartésienne 1960-1996'' with Jean-Robert Armogathe and Vincent Carraud, and has written numerous articles in history of seventeenth century philosophy as well as Tolkien studies. He was the president of a [[L%27association_La_Compagnie_de_la_Comté|French Tolkien Society]] (2011: defunct), and an editor of ''[[La Feuille de la Compagnie]]'', a cahier of Tolkien studies published by Ad Solem. He has lectured on [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] in France, The Netherlands and Italy.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:13, 5 December 2011

Michaël Devaux has a doctorate from the Sorbonne with a special interest in the history of philosophy and the metaphysics of Leibniz. He is the editor of the Bibliographie Cartésienne 1960-1996 with Jean-Robert Armogathe and Vincent Carraud, and has written numerous articles in history of seventeenth century philosophy as well as Tolkien studies. He was the president of a French Tolkien Society (2011: defunct), and an editor of La Feuille de la Compagnie, a cahier of Tolkien studies published by Ad Solem. He has lectured on J.R.R. Tolkien in France, The Netherlands and Italy.

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