François-Marie Arouet (1694-1778) was a philosopher, dramatist and polemicist who wrote under the pen-name ‘Voltaire’. Driven by a hatred of religious wars and fanaticism, he advocated the separation of church and state and religious toleration.
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Mentioned in 4 letters
|Letter from Elizabeth Montagu to James Beattie||1798|
|Letter from Elizabeth Montagu to James Beattie||1890|
|Letter from Elizabeth Montagu to James Beattie||1894|
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