Nicolas Freret

In existographies, Nicolas Freret (1688-1749) (FA:75) was a French scholar and religio-mythology scholar, noted for []

Overview
In c.1725, Freret published Letter of Thrasybulus to Leucippus, which is stylized as an ancient Greco-Roman document from one friend to another, namely a fictional Thrasybulus to Leucippus, offering guidance in protecting him from the temptation of religion through rational comparison of religious belief. [1]

In 1768, Jacques Naigeon was referring to Letter of Thrasybulus to Leucippus, for some reason, in reference to Baron Holbach’s Letter to Eugenia. [2]

References
1. Freret, Nicolas. (c.1725). Letter of Thrasybulus to Leucippus: a Safeguard Against Religion (Lettre de Thrasibule a Leucippe) (abs). Publisher.
2. Holbach, Baron. (1768). Letters to Eugenia: a Preservative Against Religious Prejudices (Preface: Jacques Naigeon) (translator: Anthony Middleton) (Ѻ). Mendum, 1870.

External links
Nicolas Freret – Wikipedia.

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