Larroque, Patrice

Larroque, Patrice a French spiritualistic philosopher, was born in 1801 at Beaume. He had taught with great success at different colleges, and was successively rector at Cahors, Limoges, and Lyons. The last position he held till 1849, when some differences arose between him and archbishop Bonald. In 1851 he took his dismission, and died at Paris in 1879. He published, Cours de Philosophie: Examen Critique des Doctrines de la Religion Chretienne (1859), a kind of manifesto of deism: Renovation Religieuse (1860), a kind of religious programme of the future, destined to unite all on the ruins of positive religion. See Dumur, in the Revue Chretienne, 1861, page 581 sq.; Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v. (B.P.)

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