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IL COLLÈGE DE FRANCE DURANTE LA RIVOLUZIONE FRANCESE DUE MEMORIE APOLOGETICHE*

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<title> SUMMARY </title>The College de France (College Royal) founded by François I in 1530 was unable to be completely independent from the University. However Louis XV in 1772 added this to the Colleges of the University and erected his building in Place Cambrai. Only during the French Revolution the College de France became completely independent through the suppression, in 1793, of the other educational Institutions. The same College was seriously threatened by suppression as documented in the memoirs of Garnier and Lalande. These memoirs are now fully published also for their epistemological interest.

Affiliations: 1: Università di Ferrara

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2016-09-28

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