Pierre Lemonnier

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Cartesian planetary vortices, Physica Particularis, 1754.

Pierre Lemonnier (28 June 1675 in Saint-Sever – 27 November 1757 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye) was a French astronomer, a Professor of Physics and Philosophy at the Collège d'Harcourt (University of Paris), and a member of the French Academy of Sciences.[1][2][3]

Lemonnier published the 6-volume Latin university textbook Cursus philosophicus ad scholarum usum accommodatus (Paris, 1750/1754) which consisted of the following volumes (generally consistent with the Ratio Studiorum):

He was also the father of Pierre Charles Le Monnier and Louis- Guillaume Le Monnier.

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  1. ^ "Pierre Lemonnier.". www.cosmovisions.com. Retrieved 2016-03-24. 
  2. ^ Thomas, Joseph. Universal Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology. Lippincott, 1901.
  3. ^ http://fr.wikisource.org/wiki/%C3%89loge_historique_de_Lemmonier
  4. ^ Pierre Lemonnier (1754). Cursus philosophicus: ad scholarum usum accommodatus. apud Jacobum Rollin. pp. 220–. 
  5. ^ Pierre Lemonnier (1754). Cursus philosophicus: ad scholarum usum accommodatus. Apud Jacobum Rollin. pp. 240–. 
  6. ^ Lemonnier, Pierre (1750-01-01). Cursus philosophicus ad scholarum usum accomodatus (in Latin). 
  7. ^ Lemonnier, Pierre (1750-01-01). Cursus philosophicus: ad scholarum usum accommodatus (in Latin). apud Ludovicum Genneau. 
  8. ^ Lemonnier, Pierre (1750-01-01). Cursus philosophicus: ad scholarum usum accommodatus (in Latin). apud Ludovicum Genneau. 
  9. ^ Lemonnier, Pierre (1750-01-01). Cursus philosophicus ad scholarum usum accomodatus (in Latin).