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Charles Moureu: From the College of France to poison gases

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Human emotions
Feelings
Passions
Emotions
Thought and thinking
Thoughts
Thinking
Mind
Mental philosophy
Behavioral sciences
Science, Mental
Psychology
Intelligence
Intellect
Human intelligence

Abstract

As a professor of chemistry at the Collège de France, it is with much emotion and respect that I recall Charles Moureu’s name, even though it is associated with the production of chemical weapons and poison gases during the First World War. It is important to bear in mind the violence of the historical conditions in which French intellectuals worked at the time. Patriotic and nationalistic feelings were exacerbated and played a crucial role in their professional and political choices. What m...

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