Seriality and Scientific Objects in the Nineteenth Century

@article{Hopwood2010SerialityAS,
  title={Seriality and Scientific Objects in the Nineteenth Century},
  author={N. Hopwood and S. Schaffer and J. Secord},
  journal={History of Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={48},
  pages={251 - 285}
}
Perhaps the ‘book’, as it has been called, of nature is regularly paged; if so, no doubt the introductory parts will explain those that follow, and the methods taught in the first chapters will be taken for granted and used as illustrations in the more advanced parts of the course; but if it is not a ‘book’ at all, but a magazine, nothing is more foolish to suppose [than] that one part can throw light on another. James Clerk Maxwell, 1856 
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