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Paul Janet (1823–1899)

Janet, Paul (zhän-ā’). A French philosopher and essayist; born in Paris, April 30, 1823; died on Oct. 4, 1899. He received important professorships in acknowledgment of such work as ‘The Family’ (1855); ‘Studies of Dialectic in Plato and in Hegel’ (1860); ‘Masters of Modern Thought’ (1883); and others which show the influence of Cousin.