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The Geographical Tradition: Episodes in the History of a Contested Enterprise [CLV] [Paperback]

David Livingstone
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In March 1974, the prestigious weekly journal Science ran a cheeky article by the distinguished historian and physicist Stephen G. Brush, entitled 'Should the History of Science be Rated X?' Read the first page
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