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Du Plessis-Mornay:

see Mornay, Philippe deMornay, Philippe de, seigneur du Plessis-Marly
, 1549–1623, diplomat and publicist for the French Protestants, or Huguenots, during the French Wars of Religion (1562–98; see Religion, Wars of); also known as Philippe Du Plessis-Mornay.
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Finally, we come to "religious Hermeticism," encountering Sebastian Franck, Philippe de Mornay, and the Occulta Philosophia attributed to Basilius Valentinus.
If I'm not mistaken - and I so rarely am - the sauce was concocted by Duke Philippe De Mornay (1549-1623).
2) Philippe de Mornay, A Woorke Concerning the Trewnesse of the Christian Religion, trans.
According to Philippe de Mornay and his English translator Anthony Munday, The True Knowledge of a Man's Own Self (1602) is specifically physiological knowledge.
Philippe de Mornay, The True Knowledge of a Man's Own Self, trans.
One significant encounter during these years was with Philippe de Mornay du Plessis, Languet's elder spiritual son, who had just married the personable young widow Charlotte Arbaleste and was in the process of transferring his service from the Duke of Bouillon to King Henry of Navarre.
Among these last was Philippe de Mornay, Sieur du Plessis, who was in England with his wife and family from 1577 to the summer of 1578 and there deepened his friendship with Sidney, to the joy of their common "father" Languet.