Logic and images in art history

Perspectives on Science 7 (2):151-180 (1999)
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: This essay is an attempt to see how some of Galison's ideas and analyses look from the vantage of art history. If there's to be dialogue between the history of science and the history of art, it will be necessary to find historically recognizable senses for words like "logic" and "homologous." I also propose how Galison's kinds of images might fit into larger classifications of images known to the history of art
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DOI 10.1162/posc.1999.7.2.151
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