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Count Louis Alexandre Foucher de Careil (1826–1891)

Foucher de Careil, Louis Alexandre, Count (fö-shā’ dė kär-ā’ē). A French diplomatist and philosophical essayist and critic; born in Paris, March 1, 1826; died there, Jan. 10, 1891. He aimed at popularizing, or at least propagating, the philosophy of Leibnitz; for which purpose he wrote: ‘Letters and Minor Works of Leibnitz’ (1854); ‘Leibnitz, Descartes, and Spinoza’ (1863), and other books; as well as ‘Goethe and his Work’ (1865), and studies of Hegel and Schopenhauer.