The legitimation of science in the early German enlightenment Leipzig, ca. 1687-1750

The legitimation of science as the most authoritative form of human knowledge is the result of complex literary and socio-political processes. In the course of the eighteenth century, lay people came to see science as an authority beyond criticism, whose norms are value-neutral, self-evident and abs...

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Main Author: Rogers, Moira R.
Other Authors: Science and Technology Studies
Format: Others
Published: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 2014
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