A History of Science


George Sarton is, in many ways, a twentieth century example of the Renaissance ideal of the "universal man." In our age of specialization it is almost impossible to attach a conventional label to Dr. Sarton. He is a scientist who received the degree of doctor of science in mathematics from the University of Ghent; he is a novelist (La chaine d'or, 1909… (More)


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@article{Williams1953AHO, title={A History of Science}, author={Pearce Williams}, journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine}, year={1953}, volume={25}, pages={544 - 545} }