In existographies, Johann Glauber (351-285 BE) (1604-1670 ACM) (IQ:#|#) (PR:6025|65AE / chemist:70) (Farber 114:8) (LH:#) was a German-born Dutch chemist, philosopher, and chemical engineer, noted for 
In c.1650, Glauber, supposedly, had developed some sort of human chemical philosophy or philosophy of humans, connected to chemistry in some way.
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The following are quotes:
- “Some historians of science consider Glauber as one of the first chemical engineers as he developed processes for the manufacture of sulfuric, nitric, acetic, and hydrochloric acids.”
- — Herman Skolnik (1982), “Article”, in: A Century of Chemical Engineering (pg. 230) 
- Johann Glauber – Wikipedia.