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From Hesiod to Saussure, from Hippocrates to Jevons: An Introduction to the History of Scientific Thought between Iran and the Atlantic

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  title={From Hesiod to Saussure, from Hippocrates to Jevons: An Introduction to the History of Scientific Thought between Iran and the Atlantic},
  author={Jens H{\o}yrup},
  year={2017}
}
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The antithesis between science and humanism is of fairly recent origin and came into being only in response to the maturation and professionalization of science in the academy at the beginning of the nineteenth century.
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