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Yves Rene Marie Simon

Yves Rene Marie Simon, French educator; philosopher. Member Roman Academy St. Thomas, American Philosophical Society.

Background

  • Simon, Yves Rene Marie was born on March 14, 1903 in Cherbourg, France. Daughter of Auguste Simon and Berthe Porquet.

  • Education

    • Licence-es-Lettres, U. Paris, 1922, diplome d’Etudes Superieures de Philosophie, 1923. Certificat d’Etudes Physiques, Chimiques Naturelles, 1927. Licentiate in Philosophy, Catholic Institute of Paris, 1929, Doctor of Philosophy., 1934.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1938, naturalized, 1946. Professor philosophy Oath. University of Lille, France, 1930-1938, U. Notre Dame, 1938-1948, University of Chicago since 1948, member commission on social thought University of Chicago.

      Extraordinary professor of University Mexico.

    Works

    • Author: Introduction à l’Ontologic du Connaitre, 1934. Critique de la Connaissance morale, 1934. La Campagne d’Ethiopie, 1936.

      Trois Lecons sur le Travail, 1938. Nature and Functions of Authority, 1940. The Road to Vichy, 1942.

      The March to Liberation, 1942. Prevoir et Savoir, 1944. Community of the Free, 1947.

      Philosophy of Democratic Government, 1951. Traite du Libre Arbitre, 1951.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member Roman Academy St. Thomas, American Philosophical Society.

    Connections

    • Married Paule Dromard, July 23, 1930. Children: Catherine, Dominic, Pascal, Anthony, Vincent, Michael.
    • father: Auguste Simon
    • mother: Berthe Porquet
    • spouse: Paule Dromard
    • children: Catherine Simon
    • Dominic Simon
    • Pascal Simon
    • Anthony Simon
    • Vincent Simon
    • Michael Simon
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    Born March 14, 1903
    Died May 11, 1961
    (aged 57)
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