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LA CORRISPONDENZA DI LEONARDO XIMENES. INVENTARIO DELLE FILZE DEL CARTEGGIO CONSERVATE NEL FONDO NAZIONALE DELLA BIBLIOTECA NAZIONALE CENTRALE DI FIRENZE

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<title> SUMMARY </title>The inventory of Leonardo Ximenes's letters conserved in volumes II _ 297-302 of the Fondo Nationale in the National Central Library of Florence describes part of a vast correspondence, the systematic study of which allows us to obtain unpublished information about the debate among European scientists in the second part of the eighteenth century. The numerous relationships of Ximenes, one of the most important scientist of the period, witness and inform us about the manifold fields of his activity. Through the discussion of controversial issues of Newtonian physics, engineering, natural history and cosmological speculation, the correspondence covers forty years of the history of scientific research and interventions in specific domains.

Affiliations: 1: Università di Firenze

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1998-01-01
2016-12-04

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