|born on||29 July 1809 at 01:00 (= 01:00 AM )|
|Place||Torcenay, France, 48n07, 5e08|
|Timezone||LMT m5e08 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||05°24' 03°30 Asc. 20°32'|
French philosophical writer.
In 1839 Vacherot succeeded his master Cousin as professor of philosophy at the Sorbonne. His Histoire critique de l'école d'Alexandrie (3 vols. 1846-51), was his first and best-known work. It drew on him attacks from the Clerical party which led to his suspension in 1851. Shortly afterwards he refused to swear allegiance to the new imperial government, and was dismissed from his post. His work Démocratie (1859) led to a political prosecution and imprisonment.
On 7 March 1868 he was elected to the Académie des sciences morales et politiques. Upon the fall of the Empire, he took an active part in politics, was maire of a district of Paris during the siege, and in 1871 was in the National Assembly, voting as a Moderate Liberal. He was one of the three deputies of Paris who voted in favor of making peace with Germany.
He died 28 July 1897. Paris.
Gauquelin, vol 6. Cura 1 listed 2 am.
- Vocation : Politics : Public office
- Vocation : Writers : Religion/ Philosophy