In late times the death of Condorcet was occasioned by a subtle poison, made by Cabanis, and enclosed in a ring.
The rare men who saw this, from Holbach and Condorcet to Mill, were philosophers.
At this time the long friendship between Paine and Condorcet, and the Marchioness too, had become very intimate.
Come no further, cried another, Vergniaud and Condorcet sat here.
Condorcet saw in this harmonious union and fine balance of qualities the secret of his unpopularity.
"Less terrible than Cressy, however," said Condorcet, smiling.
Condorcet and his predecessors regarded it exclusively from the eudaemonic point of view.
Condorcet was not among them, but his political days were numbered.
The sixth duke, the friend of Condorcet, was the last of the long line of noble lords who bore that distinguished name.
But intelligence circulates, Condorcet; like water, it finds its level.