Quatrefages de Breau

Quat·re·fages de Breau

(katr'fazh de brō),
Jean L.A. de, French naturalist, 1810-1892. See: Quatrefages angle.
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Virey, Histoire naturelle du genre humain (Paris, 1800) ; Paul Topinard, Elements d'anthropologie generale (Paris, 1885) ; Auguste Comte, Cours de philosophie positive (Paris : Bachelier, 1835) ; Charles Darwin, On Origin of Species (London : John Murray, 1859); Herbert Spencer, Classification des sciences (Paris: Librairie Germer Bailliere et Cie, 1872) ; Georg Hegel, Immanuel Kant, Jean-Franqois Champollion, Jacques Ampere, Jean Louis Armand de Quatrefages de Breau, etc.
(173) Jean Louis Armand de Quatrefages de Breau, L'espece humaine (Paris, G.
The most fascinating naturalist and teacher of zoology who bridged membership in the SEP with the Societe d'Anthropologie, Jean-Louis Armand Quatrefages de Breau (1810-92), was a protege of Milne-Edwards and by 1855, the Museum professor of anthropology.