Victorian Sciences and Religions: Discordant Harmonies

@article{Lightman2001VictorianSA,
  title={Victorian Sciences and Religions: Discordant Harmonies},
  author={B. Lightman},
  journal={Osiris},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={343 - 366}
}
L'article decrit l'environnement tourmente de la communaute scientifique anglaise a la fin du XIXe siecle, dans le cadre d'un debat sur les relations et les interconnexions entre science et religion. Les divergences entre les differents courants scientifiques anglais sont expliques a partir des theories de darwiniennes et post-darwiniennes... 
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