Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot June 1, 1796 - August 24, 1832 Nicolas Carnot was born on June 1, 1796 in Paris, France. He was the son of Lazare Nicolas Marguerite Carnot. When Sadi was born his father was a member of the Directory, which was the French Revolutionary government. Sadi was brought up in a rough evironment of clashing politics and sciences. His father retired from his position as napoleon's minister in order to devote his time to educating his two sons.
The following discourse details the impact of Emperor Nero’s abuse of power on the Roman world through personal factors, weaknesses in his leadership and social and political factors. This is demonstrated by primary records from his lifetime and shortly thereafter, alongside modern accounts and historical repor... ... middle of paper ... ...re throughout Rome trying to find out who was against their leader and if anyone was conspiring against him (J, W. and F, T. 2014). Conclusion The reign of Nero has long been generally accepted to be a period of insanity and darkness throughout the Roman Empire. It is true that Nero was a determined and violent man who was willing to knock over any obstacles in his path, to achieve what he wanted. However, his mother’s strong influence over his early leadership promoted his tyrannical behavior that resulted in the deaths of many Romans.
Through his esteemed book, A Tale of Two Cities, Dickens was able to publicly expresses these concerns to the English people. Set in the first days of the French Revolution, A Tale of Two Cities centers aroundon the surmounting political and social unrest of France that intertwines the lives of an English family and a group of steadfast French revolutionaries. Jarvis Lorry, “a man of business” (Dickens 25), and Lucie Mane... ... middle of paper ... ...l react in a way that can only lead to a period of destructive revolution. Tired of seeing society “squeezing Death in with most inappropriate difficulty” (Dickens 267), Dickens speaks out against fanning the flame of revolution through unjust acts, for they will undoubtedly lead to similar bloodshed. Although much of the novel describes the atrocities of the French Revolution and the death it caused, ultimately A Tale of Two Cities expresses the principle that death will make way for a new and better society.
Norbert Rillieux Norbert Rillieux was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, on March 17, 1806. His mother, Constance Vivant was a freed slave from New Orleans, and his father, Vincent Rillieux, was a inventor and engineer. Vincent invented the steam-operated cotton baling press. Norbert's academic talents were seen at an early age by his father, and was sent to Paris to be educated. At the age of twenty-four, Norbert Rillieux was a teacher of applied mechanics at a school in Paris.
His father being a very influential figure in the materials engineering world, having helped lay ground for the aluminum industry in France, as well as improve the processes of manufacturing and developing both iron and steel lead Henri to follow in his father’s footsteps. He enrolled into the Ecole Polytechnique on the 25th of October 1869, yet after only a year of schooling himself and his peers were recruited to the French army. Le Chatelier became a second lieutenant and not too long after took part in the Siege of Paris, fighting for the French. After his return he proceeded to move into L’Ecole des Mines in Paris, which he attended until his graduation in 1873. Three years later he married a friend of the family Geneviève Nicolas, with which he had seven children.
As children, the Jean-Joseph and Jeanne Roqui Pasteur, taught them to be loyal, respect, financial security, and hard work. By the year of 1831, Pasteur went to Ecole Primaire and to College d’ Arboix (Pasteur Brewing, 2008) where it is believed that he witnesses treatment of rabies on victims which killed 16 on that day. After that, Pasteur decides to go to Paris to enter at the Institution Barbet in 1838 but decides to go back home after some difficulties with homesickness(Notable Biographies, 2008). Two years later, he went to College Royal de Besancon and achieved his bachelor’s degree in letters. Two years after, he received his bachelor’s degree in science, returned to Paris, and qualifies for competitive entrance examination Ecole Normale.
In 1860, Maupassant’s parents split. His father moves to Paris while Maupassant, his mother, and his brother moved to Etreat. Maupassant stayed in Etreat until 1863 where he became a boarder at the Institution Ecclesiastique in Yvetot until he was expelled. Then, he enrolled at the Lycée Corneille in Rouen where his guardian was Louis Bouilhet. After Maupassant earned his baccalaureate in 1869, he enrolled into a Paris law school (Bloom 15).
Le Chatelier’s Principle (i) Biography Born on October 8, 1850 in Paris, France, Henry-Louis Le Chatelier is a French chemist best known for his principle, the Le Chatelier Principle, which has made it possible for chemists to determine and predict the effects of changing conditions on chemical reactions. These changes include, but are not limited to, temperature, pressure and concentration (Clark, 2002). Le Chatelier was the oldest of six siblings in a privileged, Roman Catholic family, which allowed him to obtain a prestigious education. Le Chatelier attended College Rollin in Paris, where he worked towards two undergraduate degrees, obtaining them in 1867 and 1868. Le Chatelier then attended École Polytechnique a year later, in 1869, before transferring to the mining engineering program at École des Mines in Paris, graduating in 1873.
During his mother died, Anotoni was studied an architecture at Llotja School and the Barcelona Higher School of Architecture, and the graduating in 1878. The first job that he worked was a draftsman for a various architects and constructor. And in an addition of an architecture classes, he has studied history, economics, philosophy, French and aesthetics. Antoni had an answer from the sculptor Llorenc Matamala, with his ironical sense of humour that Anotoni wa an architecture now. Park Guell Case study The assignment had chosen a case study from Antoni Gaudi that called ‘Park Guell’.
In 1843, Pasteur was admitted to the cole Normale Supérieure, a college especially focused towards producing teachers. Pasteur obtained his master of science degree in 1845 and then acquired an advanced degree in physical sciences, later earning his doctorate in sciences in 1847. Ready to conduct research and make contributions to the community of scientists at that time, Pasteur accepted a position at the University of Strasbourg as a professor ... ... middle of paper ... ...sues of his time, such as also saving the French’s silk industry after a mysterious disease attacked their nurseries, or creating the anthrax and rabies vaccines while revolutionizing the vaccination methods still in use partly today. He was given the highest scientific awards of his time and buried with prestige in a special location in France, a sure sign of respect for the bequeathed information we received from this great man (Ullmann, “Louis”). His discoveries created multiple different disciplines of science, saved many lives, prevented industrial collapses in his country, and are still very valid and strong ideas today.