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  1. Synthetic Technocracy: Dutch Scientific Intellectuals in Science, Society and Culture, 1880–1950.David Baneke - 2011 - British Journal for the History of Science 44 (1):89-113.
    In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, changing social and cultural climates challenged the position of scientists in Western society. Ringer and Harwood have described how scientists reacted by adopting either pragmatist or ‘comprehensive’ styles of thought. In this article, I will show how a group of Dutch intellectuals, including many scientists, came up with an alternative approach to the dilemmas of modernity, and eventually became influential in shaping Dutch society. They combined elements of both styles into what I (...)
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  • Out of a Clear Blue Sky? FOM, The Bomb, and The Boost in Dutch Physics Funding After World War II.Friso Hoeneveld & Jeroen van Dongen - 2013 - Centaurus 55 (3):264-293.
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