The Versatile Figure of Michail Vasil'evič Lomonosov

Aleksandre P. Lobodanov

Abstract


The figure and work of Michail Vasil’evic Lomonosov are significantly and emblematically synonymous with interdisciplinarity and internationalization in one personality. It is evident from what has been described and noted in the various bibliographic sources that have been consulted, highlighting Lomonosov’s extreme versatility and, at the same time, his intense activity and interest in the various humanities and experimental sciences.

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Genius; interdisciplinarity; internationalization

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.1973-9494/7955

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