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Virtue and Vice in Academic Memory: Lord Acton and Charles Oman
This article argues that notions of virtue and vice were central to scholarly debates about what it took to be a historian in Britain at the turn of the nineteenth century. Moreover, in an attempt atExpand
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Virtues of Courage and Virtues of Restraint: Tyndall, Tait and the Use of the Imagination in Late Victorian Science
This paper offers an analysis of the views of two Victorian physicists, John Tyndall and Peter Guthrie Tait, on the scientific use of the imagination. John Tyndall saw the imagination as a way toExpand
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