"The great merit of this first English-language biography of Charles Dupin is to draw renewed attention to the importance of this key player in the formation of nineteenth-century science ... A most valuable resource. It provides invaluable biographical context for any scholar delving more deeply into particular intellectual and ideological studies of the period..." - The British Journal for the History of Science
Charles Dupin (1784–1873) and His Influence on France: The Contributions of a Mathematician, Educator, Engineer, and Statesman by Margaret Bradley
This is the first published study of Charles Dupin and his entire life’s work. It illuminates his work and contribution in so many spheres, as well as his contacts with other scientists and educators. It showcases Dupin’s important contributions during a period of tremendous changes in France.
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