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Quesnel, Pasquier

(Paschasius; 1634–1719). B. Paris, Fr.; mem. Fr. Oratory (see Oratorians, 3) 1657; exiled to Brussels, Belg., 1685 for not condemning Jansenism.* Works include Réflexions morales, which reflected also his extreme Gallicanism*; the book was condemned by Unigenitus* 1713. Quesnel was arrested 1703 in Brussels; escaped; fled to Amsterdam; est. a Jansenist ch. in the Neth.; died RC

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