An adherent towards the philosophical academic institutions of Contemporary Epicureanism and Empiricism, this French intellectual published philosophical functions titled Animadversiones and Syntagma Philosophicum and in addition made contributions towards the technological field of astronomy. After learning philosophy on the School of Aix-en-Provence, he gained a health care provider of Theology level. The Gassendi lunar crater was called in his honor. A indigenous of Champtercier, France, he was the kid of Francoise Fabry and Antoine Gassend. He and fellow seventeenth-century French philosopher Blaise Pascal both objected to numerous of the ideas of Aristotle.