Julien (ʒyljɑ̃). 1867–1956, French philosopher and novelist, who defended reason and intellect and attacked the influence of Bergson: author of La Trahison des clercs (1927)
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How to use Benda in a sentence
Benda threw up his hands in surrender and re-entered the store.
Benda was presiding at a function too important to be interrupted by thoughts of trade.
With another wave of his hand to the children Benda resumed his concert.
Benda had been killed in the second intrenchments on Long Island.
M. Julien Benda is not led to this startling utterance by any political or sentimental grudge.Some Turns of Thought in Modern Philosophy | George Santayana