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Adolphe Franck (1810–1893)

Franck, Adolphe (frok). A French philosopher; born in Liocourt, Meurthe, Oct. 9, 1810; died in Paris, April 11, 1893. He has made a specialty of the Jewish side of metaphysical and humanist subjects, being himself of Jewish origin. His works are: ‘Sketches of a History of Logic’ (1838); ‘The Cabbala, or Religious Philosophy of the Hebrews’ (1843); ‘Oriental Studies’ (1861); and many similar productions.