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Albert Rivaud (French: [ʁivo]; May 14, 1876 – September 15, 1955) was a French philosopher and classical scholar. In 1908 he was appointed professor of philosophy at the University of Poitiers. In 1927 he succeeded Léon Brunschvicg as professor of philosophy at the Sorbonne. In 1940 he served briefly as Minister of National Education in the government of Philippe Pétain.
|Died||September 15, 1955(aged 79)|
|Minister of National Education|
16 June 1940 – 12 July 1940
|Preceded by||Yvon Delbos|
|Succeeded by||Émile Mireaux|
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