CONDORCET ET L’ITALIE: LA VIE DE VOLTAIRE ET LES ÉLOGES D’EULER ET DE D’ALEMBERT
Keywords:Condorcet, Italy, Voltaire, d'Alemebert
AbstractRegarding Condorcet's relations with Italian scholars before the French Revolution, the research in Italy of materials for the edition of Kehl of Voltaire's works and the reprints of the scientific biographies of two of the major mathematicians of the eighteenth century, Euler and d'Alembert, are relevant: For the first question, letters are presented with the Bolognese scientist Alfonso Bonfioli Malvezzi, who during his trip to Europe had met Voltaire and Condorcet. The eulogy of d'Alembert can be compared with the posthumous one by Paolo Frisi.
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