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Charles de Villers (1765–1815)

Villers, Charles François Dominique de (vē-lā’). A French writer of history; born at Boulay in Lorraine, Nov. 4, 1765; left France at the Revolution, settled in Germany and died at Göttingen, Feb. 26, 1815. He wrote: ‘Kant’s Philosophy; or, Fundamental Principles of Transcendental Philosophy’ (2 vols., 1802); ‘An Essay on the Spirit and Influence of Luther’s Reformation’ (1804); ‘General View of the Universities’ (1808).