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Paul-Louis Couchoud (French: [kuʃu]), was born on July 6, 1879, at Vienne, Isère and died there on April 8, 1959. He was a French philosopher, a graduate from the prestigious École Normale Supérieure in Paris, a physician, a man of letters, and a poet. He became well known as an adapter of Japanese haiku into French, an editor of Reviews, a translator, and a writer promoting the German thesis of the non-historicity of Jesus Christ.

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  • Paul-Louis Couchoud, né à Vienne (Isère) le 6 juillet 1879 et mort à Vienne (Isère) le 8 avril 1959, est un philosophe, médecin, érudit et poète français, ami intime d'Anatole France. Il est connu pour ses poèmes, adaptations du haiku japonais en français, ses directions de publication, ses traductions, et ses écrits illustrant la thèse mythiste de la non-historicité de Jésus-Christ.
  • Paul-Louis Couchoud (French: [kuʃu]), was born on July 6, 1879, at Vienne, Isère and died there on April 8, 1959. He was a French philosopher, a graduate from the prestigious École Normale Supérieure in Paris, a physician, a man of letters, and a poet. He became well known as an adapter of Japanese haiku into French, an editor of Reviews, a translator, and a writer promoting the German thesis of the non-historicity of Jesus Christ.
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