Quesnel, Pasquier (16341719)

Quesnel, Pasquier, a French Jansenist theologian, born in Paris; was the author of a great many works, but the most celebrated is his “Reflexions Morales”; was educated at the Sorbonne, and became head of the congregation of the Oratory in Paris, but was obliged to seek refuge in Holland with Arnauld on embracing Jansenism; his views exposed him to severe persecution at the hands of the Jesuits, and his “Reflexions” were condemned in 101 propositions by the celebrated bull Unigenitus; spent his last years at Amsterdam, and died there (16341719).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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