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Making Natural Knowledge: Constructivism and the History of Science
Preface Introduction: challenges to the classical view of science 1. An outline of contructivism 2. Identity and discipline 3. The place of production 4. Speaking for nature 5. Interventions andExpand
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British Weather and the Climate of Enlightenment
Enlightenment inquiries into weather sought to impose order on a force that had the power to alter human life and social conditions. "British Weather and the Climate of Enlightenment" reveals how aExpand
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Science as Public Culture: Chemistry and Enlightenment in Britain, 1760-1820
Acknowledgments List of illustrations 1. Introduction: science as public culture 2. 'The study of a gentlemen': chemistry as a public science in the Scottish Enlightenment 3. Joseph Priestley and theExpand
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The Sciences in Enlightened Europe
This text explores the complex relations between "enlightened" values and the making of scientific knowledge. Here monsters and automata, barometers and botanical gardens, polite academies andExpand
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The Spreading of the Word: New Directions in the Historiography of Chemistry 1600–1800
Chemistry in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries retains a subsidiary position in the historiographical hierarchy. Worthy no doubt, but dull, she is courted by few historians when they are facedExpand
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Akt and mTOR mediate programmed necrosis in neurons
Necroptosis is a newly described form of regulated necrosis that contributes to neuronal death in experimental models of stroke and brain trauma. Although much work has been done elucidatingExpand
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