[feynuh-lawn] /feɪnəˈlɔ̃/

François de Salignac de La Mothe
[frahn-swa duh sa lee-nyak duh la mawt] /frɑ̃ˈswa də sa liˈnyak də la ˈmɔt/ (Show IPA), 1651–1715, French theologian and writer.
/French fenlɔ̃/
François de Salignac de La Mothe (frɑ̃swa də saliɲak də la mɔt). 1651–1715, French theologian and writer; author of Maximes des saints (1697), a defence of quietism, and Les aventures de Télémaque (1699), which was construed as criticizing the government of Louis XIV


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