Bauduin, Dominic

Bauduin, Dominic a French theologian and orator of Flemish extraction, was born at Liege, Nov. 14, 1742. He devoted himself to the instruction of the young, and was for a long time professor of history at Maestricht. He died Jan. 3, 1809. His principal works are, Essai sur l'Immortalite de l'Ame (Dijon, 1781), republished under the title, De l'Immortalite de l'.Hommie, or Essai sur 'Excellence de sa Nature (Liege, 1805): — La Religion Chretienne Justifiee au Tribunal de la Politique et de la Philosophie (ibid. 1788, 1797). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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