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The 'creed of Science' in Victorian England

@inproceedings{Macleod2000TheO,
  title={The 'creed of Science' in Victorian England},
  author={Roy M. Macleod},
  year={2000}
}
Contents: Introduction The X-Club: a social network in late-Victorian England The scientistsa (TM)s declaration: reflections on science and belief in the wake of Essays and Reviews, 1864a "1865 The a "bankruptcy of sciencea (TM) debate: the a "creed of sciencea (TM) and its critics, 1885a "1900 Evolutionism, internationalism and commercial enterprise in science: the international scientific series, 1871a "1910 Education - scientific and technical Fathers and daughters: reflections on women… 
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