The Organisation of Science in England
Science and society; English development: 1800-40; The mide-century: 1840-70; The age of inquiries: 1868-90; The years of failure - and of reform; The new century: 1900-18; The professional society.
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CHAPTER TWO EighteenthCentury Background
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