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CHEMISTS IN THE STORM: LAVOISIER, PRIESTLEY AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION

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<title> SOMMARIO </title>Sulla base di alcuni documenti inediti o poco noti, questo saggio esamina le opinioni di Lavoisier e Priestley sulla rivoluzione francese. La persecuzione subita dai due scienziati durante il periodo 1789-1794 è esaminata entro una nuova prospettiva. Lavoisier venne processato per la sua carica di Fermier général durante l'antico regime e, nonostante il suo crescente impegno nella difesa e sviluppo dei principi della rivoluzione, la sua posizione era già compromessa a partire dal 1789. Priestley invece venne perseguitato per il suo tentativo di combinare la ricerca scientifica con le sue posizioni politiche radicali.

Affiliations: 1: Uppsala University

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1993-01-01
2016-12-09

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