Cultures without Culturalism: The Making of Scientific by Karine Chemla, Evelyn Fox Keller
By Karine Chemla, Evelyn Fox Keller
individuals. Bruno Belhoste, Karine Chemla, Caroline Ehrhardt, Fa-ti Fan, Evelyn Fox Keller, Kenji Ito, Guillaume Lachenal, Donald MacKenzie, Mary Morgan, Nancy Nersessian, David Rabouin, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, Claude Rosental, Koen Vermeir
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