"A Scholar and a Gentleman": The Problematic Identity of the Scientific Practitioner in Early Modern England

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Title: "A Scholar and a Gentleman": The Problematic Identity of the Scientific Practitioner in Early Modern England
Author: Shapin, Steven
Citation: Shapin, Steven. 1991. "A scholar and a gentleman": The problematic identity of the scientific practitioner in early modern England. History of Science 29: 279-327.
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