1. World Science: Globalization of Institutions and Participation.Thomas Schott - 1993 - Science, Technology and Human Values 18 (2):196-208.
    Science is atypical because it is cultivated with communal participation from throughout the world. This global formation has evolved recently. It originates in the institutionalization of a cosmopolitan tradition in Europe. The cosmopolitan orientation and the perceived usefulness of the European tradition promoted its adoption and institutionalization in the non-Western civilizations. A global institutional frame, including a global science policy regime, sustains communal participation in world science. Participation is described in terms of individual, national, and global communalformations.
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    The World Scientific Community: Globality and Globalisation. [REVIEW]Thomas Schott - 1991 - Minerva 29 (4):440-462.
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    The Movement of Science and of Scientific Knowledge: Joseph Ben-David's Contribution to its Understanding.Thomas Schott - 1993 - Minerva 31 (4):455-477.