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Joseph Joubert (1754–1824)

Joubert, Joseph (zhö-bãr’). A French moralist and writer of aphorisms; born in Montignac, Périgord, 1754; died at Paris, 1824. The bulk of his epigrammatic work was published posthumously under the critical supervision of Chateaubriand and Raynal, the titles of the volumes being ‘Thoughts’ and ‘Thoughts, Essays, Maxims, and Correspondence.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).