Sophie de Condorcet (1764 in Meulan – 8 September 1822 in Paris), also known as Sophie de Grouchy and best known as Madame de Condorcet, was a prominent French salon hostess from 1789 to the Reign of Terror, and again from 1799 until her death in 1822.
Sophie de Condorcet, artist. Self-portrait. From "Antoine Guillois, La marquise de Condorcet: sa famille, son salon, ses amis, 1764-1822" (Paris: P. Ollendorff, 1897). Sophie Marie Louise de Grouchy was born in Meulan (Île-de-France) on April 8, 1764 and died on September 8, 1822 in Paris.
Sophie de Grouchy (1764–1822) was a French philosopher whose book The Letters on Sympathy offers clear and original perspectives on a number of important moral, political, and legal philosophical issues.
Sophie Marie Louise de Grouchy, connue sous le titre de Sophie de Grouchy ou de marquise de Condorcet, née le 7 ou 8 avril 1763 ou 1764  et morte le 8 septembre 1822 à Paris, est une femme de lettres française.
Condorcet, Sophie Marie Louise, Marquise de (1764–1822)French salonnière. Name variations: Mademoiselle de Grouchy; Sophie de Grouchy; also known as Grouchette. Source for information on Condorcet, Sophie Marie Louise, Marquise de (1764–1822): Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia dictionary.
Self-portrait of Sophie de Condorcet (1764-1822), also known as Sophie de Grouchy, a French salon hostess, noted feminist and philosopher. She was also the wife of philosopher and mathematician Nicolas Caritat, marquis de Condorcet, and sister to Emmanuel de Grouchy, a marshal of the First French Empire. Remove Ads.
Sophie de Condorcet , also known as Sophie de Grouchy and best known as Madame de Condorcet, was a prominent French salon hostess from 1789 to the Reign of Terror, and again from 1799 until her death in 1822. She was also a philosopher and the wife of the mathematician and philosopher Nicolas de Condorcet, who died during the Reign of Terror.
Marie-Louise-Sophie de Grouchy, best known as Sophie de Condorcet, was a French philosopher born in Meulan, France on April 8, 1764. “In Letter on Sympathy V, entitled “On the origins of moral ideas” Grouchy offers an analysis of the concepts of virtue and moral goodness based on her discussion of Adam Smith in the previous Letters.
Sophie de Condorcet was a feminist intellectual who espoused ideas about gender equality during the French Revolution. She and her husband collaborated on a number of works in which they argued that there is no biological basis for assigning men and women different roles in separate social spheres.
Sophie de Condorcet (Meulan, 1764 - Parijs, 8 september 1822), geboren Sophie de Grouchy en bekend als Madame de Condorcet, was een prominente Franse filosofe en salonnière. Zij had een salon van 1789 tot het begin van de Terreur in 1792, en opnieuw van 1799 tot haar dood in 1822.