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“Some contemporary biologists, who take Charles Darwin as their true prophet, refer to this notion as “the Lamarckian heresy”—blaming it on that earlier and somewhat confused evolutionist Jean Baptiste Lamarck.”
“The most famous pre-Darwinian evolutionist, and probably the most influential, was Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet, Chevalier de Lamarck, familiar to history by the last in that list of names.”
“The ballet, however, where dancing was the prominent feature, remained for a long time the favorite amusement of the French court until the advent of Jean Baptiste Lulli.”
“In 1811, the French physicist Baron Jean Baptiste Fourier derived a mathematical expression describing the propagation of heat in solids by which the flow of heat along a rod is directly proportional to the temperature gradient along that rod.”
“Jean Baptiste van Helmont was no less a chemical philosopher than Fludd, and he described in detail his transmutation of mercury to gold by means of a small sample of the philosopher's stone.”
“Others before him including Jean Baptiste Lamarck, Georges Buffon, and his own grandfather, Erasmus Darwin had entertained the view that species were shaped by some form of evolution.”
“Six Voyages…en Turquie, en Perse, et aux Indes by Jean Baptiste Tavernier, a great gemologist and world traveler.”
“Jean Baptiste Senaille, who was a pupil of Anet, was born in 1687, and turned to the Italian school.”
“ Marie de Bourbon, Mademoiselle de Montpensier, who, after the decease of the Duc d'Orleans, married (in 1626) Gaston Jean Baptiste de France.”
“Jean Baptiste Lulli, one of the earliest violinists in France, is perhaps associated with the violin in a manner disproportionate to the part he actually played in its progress.”
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