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Two remarkable minds, and a friendship that became a feud

By Rich Barlow
Globe Correspondent / March 2, 2006

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Lucky for Jean-Jacques Rousseau and David Hume that they're dead. Otherwise, these pivotal philosophers would have everyone from the National Enquirer to ''Entertainment Tonight" camped on their doorsteps to record their snarling catfight. (Full article: 523 words)

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