Shapin, Steven, The Scientific Revolution (Chicago, 1996), Introduction (electronic library resource)
STEIN SOCIOCULTURAL MEDICINE PRELIM VERSION, unpublished manuscript, so please do not quote from it without my permission!
- How does the constructivist view of science differ from earlier historiographical views?
- Shall we get rid of the term Scientific Revolution? Or is it still useful?
- How does the 'new' cultural history differ from a social history of medicine and science?
- What does the term 'Revolution' meanl?
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