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Condillac

[ kawn-dee-yak ]
/ kɔ̃ diˈyak /
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noun
É·tienne Bon·not de [ey-tyenbaw-nawduh], /eɪˈtyɛn bɔˈnɔ də/, 1715–80, French philosopher.
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Condillac
/ (French kɔ̃dijak) /

noun
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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