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Memo 1 Science and Social Status: The Members of the Acadmie des Sciences 1666-1750[Buy it!]

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David J. Sturdy  50.00 Amazon Amazon Marketplace  USED, Boydell Press 1995-09-07 Hardcover 085115395X  
Memo 2 Science and Social Status: The Members of the Academie des Sciences, 1666-1750.[Buy it!]

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STURDY, David J.:  95.00 Abebooks Ted Kottler, Bookseller  [publisher: Aldershot: Boydell Press, 1995.] First Edition First Edition. xvi, 461 pp; 4 illus. Near Fine, without dust jacket. 'This comprehensive survey of the members of the Acadmie des Sciences to the 1750s takes up the challenge to search for 'a way to connect history of science with social and cultural history at the bottom (the level of the scientists) rather than at the top (the level of philosophical debate about science and culture)' (T.L. Hankins, 'In Defence of Biography: the Use of Biography in the History of Science', in History of Science, 17 (1979), 1-16). The book focuses primarily on the academicians themselves; and although it has much to say about the Acadmie as an institution, it does so in the light of the changing positions which the academicians occupied in the social hierarchy of early modern France. It explores the implications of those changes for the development of the Acadmie down to the mid-1700s, and it argues that throughout this period the relationship which the Acadmie had with the Bourbon regime and with French society in general, was governed to alarge extent by the personal circumstances of the academicians. Science and Social Status complements other major works dealing with the Acadmie, but differs from them in content, sources and method, and adopts a perspective on the Acadmie which is of relevance to historians of science and social historians of early modern France alike.' [Redondo Beach, CA, ...  
Memo 3 Science and Social Status: The Members of the Academie Des Sciences 1666-1750[Buy it!]

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Sturdy, D. J.  102.34 Abebooks LowKeyBooks  [publisher: Boydell & Brewer Inc 1995-09-01] Book in like new condition with minor shelf wear. [Sumas, WA, U.S.A.]  
Memo 4 Science and Social Status: The Members of the Academie des Sciences 1666 1750 [Buy it!]

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David Sturdy  106.11 Biblio Victoria Bookshop  Aldershot,: The Boydell Press, 1995. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1995. The Boydell Press 085115395X GB  
Memo 5 Science and Social Status: The Members of the Academie des Sciences, 1666-1750[Buy it!]

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David Sturdy  106.88 AbebooksUK Victoria Bookshop  [publisher: The Boydell Press, Aldershot,] First Edition [BERE ALSTON, DEVON, United Kingdom]  
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