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Philosophy in France

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 February 2009

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Copyright © The Royal Institute of Philosophy 1949

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page 79 note 1 According to newspaper reports he has now resigned, saying: “I never thought that a progressive political regime would have to resort, as a condition of its success, to the abolition of individual freedom of conscience.”

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