Phrenological Knowledge and the Social Structure of Early Nineteenth-Century Edinburgh
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CitationShapin, Steven. 1975. Phrenological knowledge and the social structure of early nineteenth-century Edinburgh. Annals of Science 32(3): 219-243.
AbstractAnalyzes the phrenological knowledge and the social structure of early nineteenth-century Edinburgh in Scotland. Accountability for conflict between phrenologists and anti-phrenologists; Details on the utility and the image of science in the region; Definition of ceteris paribus.
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