Examen philosophique des Considérations sur le sentiment.
Giovanni Francesco Mauro Melchiorre Salvemini di Castiglione FRS (January 15, 1708 in Castiglione del Valdarno – October 11, 1791 in Berlin ) [1] was an Italian mathematician and astronomer .He graduated from the University of Pisa where

Giovanni Francesco Mauro Melchiorre Salvemini di Castiglione FRS (January 15, 1708 in Castiglione del Valdarno – October 11, 1791 in Berlin ) [1] was an Italian mathematician and astronomer .

He graduated from the University of Pisa where he studied law and mathematics, earning a doctorate in 1729. As apparently an atheist , he fled the Inquisition to Switzerland in 1736. [2]

He taught in Lausanne , where he became a Calvinist , before moving to Utrecht in 1751, and then Berlin in 1763, where he remained for the rest of his life. [3] In 1745, he married Elizabeth du Fresne with whom he had three children, the only surviving child was Maximilian Friedrich Gustav Adolf Salvemini (see below). In 1757, Elizabeth died, and he married Madeleine Raven two years later. In November 1787 he suffered a stroke . He met the Scottish diarist James Boswell in both Utrecht and Berlin, with Boswell recording several anecdotes and conversations. [4]

Giovanni Francesco Mauro Melchiorre Salvemini di Castiglione FRS (January 15, 1708 in Castiglione del Valdarno – October 11, 1791 in Berlin ) [1] was an Italian mathematician and astronomer .

He graduated from the University of Pisa where he studied law and mathematics, earning a doctorate in 1729. As apparently an atheist , he fled the Inquisition to Switzerland in 1736. [2]

He taught in Lausanne , where he became a Calvinist , before moving to Utrecht in 1751, and then Berlin in 1763, where he remained for the rest of his life. [3] In 1745, he married Elizabeth du Fresne with whom he had three children, the only surviving child was Maximilian Friedrich Gustav Adolf Salvemini (see below). In 1757, Elizabeth died, and he married Madeleine Raven two years later. In November 1787 he suffered a stroke . He met the Scottish diarist James Boswell in both Utrecht and Berlin, with Boswell recording several anecdotes and conversations. [4]

Testament de Jean Meslier, Catéchisme de l'Honnête-Homme et Sermon des cinquante, (par Voltaire), Examen de la religion (attrib. à Saint-Evremond mais de La Serre), Saül et David (par Voltaire).

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