Science Communication in the Soviet Union: Science as Vocation and Profession

Social Epistemology 34 (2):174-183 (2019)

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Svetlana V. Shibarshina
National Research Lobachevsky State University Of Nizhny Novgorod
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ABSTRACTThis study reconsiders scientists’ identity in terms of vocation vs. profession, proceeding from Max Weber’s differentiation between science as profession and science as an inner calling fo...
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