- É·tienne Bon·not de [ey-tyen baw-naw duh] /eɪˈtyɛn bɔˈnɔ də/, 1715–80, French philosopher.
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"At least, monsieur has made them fear him up there at Condillac," said he.
"It is a long distance from Condillac to Paris, madame," said her son, with a shrug.
"No, no," she cried, her alarm waking again at the thought of the folk of Condillac.
From what was said I gathered that Florimond is already on his way to Condillac.
The lack of news from Condillac has been for months a matter of surprise to me.
- Étienne Bonnot de (etjɛn bɔno də). 1715–80, French philosopher. He developed Locke's view that all knowledge derives from the senses in his Traité des sensations (1754)
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