Patriotism, Profit, and the Promotion of Science in the German Enlightenment: The Economic and Scientific Societies, 1760-1815
Graduate studies at Western
Garland Pub. (1991)
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|Keywords||Science History Science History Science History Economics History Enlightenment Philosophy, German|
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|Call number||Q175.52.G3.L68 1991|
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