Social Change and Scientific Organization: The Royal Institution, 1799-1844

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Cornell University Press, 1978 - Great Britain - 224 pages

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Berman covers the founding of the Royal Institution up through most of Faraday's career. One major theme is a distinction between two modes of scientific or technical work. Faraday exemplifies this ... Read full review

Contents

Foundation of the Royal Institution
1
The Society of Husbandry in Albemarle Street
32
Industry and Empire competition for the control of science
75
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Morris Berman has held visiting professorships in the United States & abroad, most recently at Johns Hopkins University. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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