George Brossin Meré (c.1610–85) was a French intellectual and man of letters. He wrote Maxims, Sentences and Moral and Political Reflections (1687,) Treaty of True Honesty, Eloquence, and Maintenance (1701) and the collection of Letters (1689.)
After volunteering for a few French military campaigns, Meré devoted himself entirely to the culture of letters and sciences. Blaise Pascal consulted him on questions relating to the exact sciences.
Meré also advised Gilles Ménage, Jean-Louis Guez de Balzac, and Françoise d’Aubigné, marquise de Maintenon, the second wife of King Louis XIV of France.
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