De Paris à Padoue, le grand tour d’un universitaire proscrit par Louis XIV : Charles Patin, médecin, numismate (1633-1693)

Les Cahiers de Framespa. 2011;6 DOI 10.4000/framespa.475

 

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Journal Title: Les Cahiers de Framespa

ISSN: 1760-4761 (Online)

Publisher: UMR 5136- France, Amériques, Espagne – Sociétés, Pouvoirs, Acteurs (FRAMESPA)

LCC Subject Category: Social Sciences: Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform

Country of publisher: France

Language of fulltext: Spanish; Castilian, French, English

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Patrick Ferté

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Time From Submission to Publication: 16 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

Famous Guy Patin’s son, Charles Patin is a physician and precursor numismatist, whose academic career at Paris was early crushed by Louis XIV, because of free-thinking and forbidden books traffic. Escaped before imprisonment (1667), he saw his destiny started up again at the end of a Grand Tour throw the Republic of Letters, about which he kept a precious diary. This peregrinatio academica led the outlaw to Padoua University, where Venetian Republic recruited him as a defiance hurled at French militar and cultural hegemony. Patin found a family there and became the kingpin of padouan and venetian intellectual sociability, which he revived, both with his medical, numismatical and historiographical productions than with his academic initiatives, notably feminist.