What is the surname of french philosopher Jean-Paul?
jean paul Charles aymard sartre-full name.
DiogÃ¨ne is the French spelling of the Greek philosopher surname.
Jeanpaul Ferro was born in 1967.
Sorry, this Greek philosopher has no surname.
a philosopher is called "un philosophe" in French.
its a surname for an american philosopher, George Santayana.
It's the surname of an American philosopher, George Santayana.
In French d'or simply means of gold. It is not used as a surname in French.
This surname Beaumont is an English surname and French surname, but of French (Norman) origin. See related links below for more information about the Beaumont surname.
Talbot can be used as an English surname, but it is actually Breton-French. Therefore, it is a French surname.
'My surname' in French is: "mon nom de famille"
A non philosopher is a person that does not believe in philosophy. This is a concept that was first developed by Francios Laruelle, a French philosopher.
The Dutch philosopher's name is Baruch Spinoza.
The French political philosopher who admired the English form of government was Jean Jacques Rousseau.
The origin of the surname Menard is French (MÃ©nard). The name is a variation of Maynard.
Voltaire, he was the philosopher who also believed in freedom of belief.
The surname Dupree is French in origin.
It is a corruption of the French surname Bauden.
The surname Guillory is French in origin.
From a surname website: The surname Morrell is an English development of a French origin.
The idea of Cartesian coordinates was the brainchild of the French mathematician and philosopher Rene' Descartes in the early 17th century.
Framboise used as a surname suggests some French ancestry. It means raspberry in French.
There's an Israeli discus thrower with that surname...
(French) Occupational: shoemaker or cobbler. ~surname is Suire
The French surname Gaul is first found in Anjou.
The surname schorah has been came from French.
Belafonte is probably not a French surname. If French, the final "e" would be silent, but as it is in fact pronounced the name is most likely Italian or possibly Spanish.
The surname Roche is a French place name for someone who lived by a rocky outcrop or crag, from the Old French roche.
Jean Bodin is not well known in France. The linked article does not describe him as a major philosopher.
Georges Batailles. French philosopher and writer.
The surname Lott is an English or French surname, possibly derived from northern France during the crusades.
The surname Perrin is English and French. It comes from the Middle English, Old French personal name Perrin, a nickname for the French name Pierre or Peter in English.
Thomas Garrigue (his french wife surname) Masaryk (his surname).
The earliest records of the French surname Longin are to be found at Normandy .
This French surname descends from the 12th century's Ste. Beuve.
The noble French surname of Desai originated in the region of Lorraine.
This surname Bombardier is of French and Italian origin, the surname is mostly found in Canada.
René Descartes was the french philosopher and mathematician who was labeled as the French father of enlightenment.
No Matt LeBlanc is American but his surname is French.
Japour means nothing in French.
No, it is French.
It is French.
Mister is an Americanized form of the French surname Mistre. In Old French, the name was spelled Maitre. The name means 'master'.
Yes, the proud and noble French surname Chavous is to be found amidst the ancient records of Picardy, where they'd held a family seat.
a French philosopher: Thomas Hobbes
He was a French philosopher.
Un philosophe (masc.)