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English: Jacques-André Naigeon (July 15, 1738, Paris – 28 February 1810, Paris) was a French artist, atheist philosopher, editor and man of letters best known for his contributions to the Encyclopédie and for reworking Baron d'Holbach's and Diderot's manuscripts
French philosopher and artist
|Name in native language||Jacques-André Naigeon|
|Date of birth||15 July 1738|
|Date of death||28 February 1810|
|Country of citizenship|
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