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.
From what was said I gathered that Florimond is already on his way to Condillac.
"No, no," she cried, her alarm waking again at the thought of the folk of Condillac.
The lack of news from Condillac has been for months a matter of surprise to me.
British Dictionary definitions for condillac
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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