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Jean Tétard (1770–1841)

Tétard, Jean (tā-tär’). A French philosophical and polemical writer; born at Longvic in Burgundy, 1770; died at Paris, 1841. Among his writings are: ‘Moral Essay on Man in his Relation to God’ (1818); ‘Against Obscurantism and Jesuitism’ (1826); ‘Indelible and Historic Character of Jesuitism and Doctrinism’ (1832).