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1720, Jul 161805
a French writer, philosopher and mathematician. Attracted very young in science, he obtained at twenty patent naval engineer. His ambitions pushing him to leave the Provence, Xaverian became a professor at Paris twenty-two years. In 1742 he composed a speech on navigation and experimental physics. He wrote many papers and volumes on mathematics, maritime science, and philosophy.
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