Teilhard de Chardin


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Teil·hard de Char·din

 (tā-yär′ də shär-dăN′), Pierre 1881-1955.
French priest, paleontologist, and philosopher who maintained that the universe and humankind are evolving toward a perfect state. His written works include The Phenomenon of Man (first published 1955).
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Teilhard de Chardin

(French tɛjar də ʃardɛ̃)
n
(Biography) Pierre (pjɛr). 1881–1955, French Jesuit priest, palaeontologist, and philosopher. The Phenomenon of Man (1938–40), uses scientific evolution to prove the existence of God
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Teil•hard de Char•din

(tɛ yar də ʃarˈdɛ̃)
n.
Pierre, 1881–1955, French Jesuit priest, paleontologist, and philosopher.
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