Alex Csiszar

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The Catalogue of Scientific Papers, published by the Royal Society of London beginning in 1867, projected back to the beginning of the nineteenth century a novel vision of the history of science in which knowledge was built up out of discrete papers each connected to an author. Its construction was an act of canon formation that helped naturalize the idea(More)
LIBRARY TRENDS, Vol. 62, No. 2, 2013 (“Essays in Honor of W. Boyd Rayward: Part I,” edited by Alistair Black and Charles van den Heuvel), pp. 442–455. © 2014 The Board of Trustees, University of Illinois Abstract The 1890s saw an explosion of ambitious projects to build a massive classification of knowledge that would serve as a basis for universal(More)
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