Philipp Albert Stapfer

Philipp Albert Stapfer. Philipp Albert Stapfer (Bern, 23 September 1766 – Paris, 27 March 1840) was a Swiss politician and philosopher.

He was the plenipotentiary envoi of the Helvetic Republic to the French consulate in Paris from 1801 till 1803. ( Act of Mediation )

He married and settled in France, at a summerhouse in Talcy (Loir-et-Cher) and in Paris where he became the friend of Maine de Biran -in 1805 at informal gatherings of Cabanis circle at Auteuil. He was also vice-president of the Paris Protestant society.

He is the recipient of Maine de Biran's essay: : ''"Réponses aux arguments contre l'aperception immédiate d'une liaison causale entre le vouloir primitif et la motion et contre la dérivation d'un principe universel et nécessaire de causalités de cette source."'' (1818); an important résumé known as: ''"Réponses à Stapfer"''
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