Servants of Nature: A History of Scientific Institutions, Enterprises, and Sensibilities

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A work that explores the interaction between the practice of science and public life. * In this penetrating work, Lewis Pyenson and Susan Sheets-Pyenson identify that major advances in science stem from changes in three distinct areas of society: the social institutions that promote science, the sensibilities of scientists themselves and the goal of the scientific enterprise. * Servants and Interpreters of Nature begins by examining the institutions that have shaped science: the academies of Ancient Greece, universities, ...

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