Classics from this journal: Martin Rudwick’s ‘The Emergence of a Visual Language for Geological Science 1760–1840’, History of Science, xiv: 3, 1976, pp. 149–95 [Book Review]

History of Science 54 (1):98-104 (2016)
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This is a brief review of the significance of Martin Rudwick’s article, ‘The Emergence of a Visual Language for Geological Science 1760–1840’, published in this journal 40 years ago.

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