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Claude Joseph Tissot (1801–1876)

Tissot, Claude Joseph (tē-sō’). A French philosopher; born at Fourgs (Doubs), Nov. 26, 1801; died at Dijon, Oct. 7, 1876. He translated most of Kant’s writings into French. Among his original works are: ‘Of the Beautiful, Especially in Literature’ (1830); ‘Short History of Philosophy’ (1840); ‘The Mania of Suicide and of Revolt’ (1840); ‘Parceling of the Land and Division of Property’ (1842); ‘Principles of Morality’ (1866); ‘Catholicism and Public Instruction’ (1874); ‘Insanity Considered Especially in its Relations to Normal Psychology’ (1876).