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The Great Books of the Western World, Vol. 45: Lavoisier, Fourier, and…

by Encyclopedia Britannica Great Books, Michael Faraday (Contributor), Joseph Fourier (Contributor), Antoine Lavoisier (Contributor)

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This is Volume 45 of the first (1952 Robert Mayard Hutchins editor) edition of the Britannica Great Books. The Volume 42 of the second edition (Mortimer J. Adler editor) omits Fourier.
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