Person: Calandrini, Jean-Louis


Jean-Louis Calandrini was a mathematician working in Geneva, Switzerland in the first half of the 18th century. A great supporter of Newton's theories, he was a major contributor, along with Thomas Le Seur and François Jacquier, to an highly annotated edition of Newton's Principia.

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Born 30 August 1703, Geneva, Switzerland. Died 29 December 1758, Geneva, Switzerland.

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Origin Switzerland

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