Essay Review: “Books & How to Use Them”: Generall Learning: A Seventeenth-Century Treatise on the Formation of the General Scholar by Meric CasaubonGenerall Learning: A Seventeenth-century Treatise on the Formation of the General Scholar by Meric Casaubon. Edited by SerjeantsonRichard . Pp. xx + 251. £15/$25

History of Science 40 (2):233-244 (2002)
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