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  1. Kostas Gavroglu, Maria Paula Diogo & Ana Simões, Sciences in the Universities of Europe, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.
    The University of Copenhagen was for a long time Denmark’s only university and the most important institution for scientific activity in the country. However, until the early eighteenth century the natural sciences were not recognized as academic fields on a par with the traditional fields of the university. Consequently, H. C. Ørsted and other Danish scientists had to fight hard to emancipate the sciences from the faculties of medicine and philosophy. Only with the establishment of a separate faculty of mathematics (...)
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    S. French & J. Ladyman (1997). Superconductivity and Structures: Revisiting the London Account. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 28 (3):363-393.
    Cartwright and her collaborators have elaborated a provocative view of science which emphasises the independence from theory &unknown;in methods and aims&unknown; of phenomenological model building. This thesis has been supported in a recent paper by an analysis of the London and London model of superconductivity. In the present work we begin with a critique of Cartwright's account of the relationship between theoretical and phenomenological models before elaborating an alternative picture within the framework of the partial structures version (...)
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    A. Simoes, Gavroglu &Unknown & K. (2000). Quantum Chemistry in Great Britain: Developing a Mathematical Framework for Quantum Chemistry. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 31 (4):511-548.
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