Mourgues, Michel a French Jesuit noted for his profound erudition, was born at Auvergne about 1642. He became royal professor of mathematics and rhetoric in the Academy of Toulouse, and died there in 1713. Among his best works are, A Parallel between Christian Morality and that of the Ancient Philosophers: — An Explanation of the Theology of the Pythagoreans;
and others of a secular character. See Feller, Dict. historique, s.v.; Moreri, Grand Dict. Hist. s.v.