By George H. Daniels
During this first attempt to outline an American medical neighborhood, initially released in 1968, George Daniels has selected for detailed research the fifty six scientists such a lot released within the sixteen medical journals pointed out as “national” throughout the interval 1815 to 1845. In this reprint version, with a brand new preface and creation, Daniels indicates how American scientists emerged from a disorganized crew of amateurs right into a expert physique sharing a standard orientation and customary objectives.
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Science is surely the most progressive subject knownby its very nature it involves a continual building upon the knowledge of the pastand its spectacular achievements in the twentieth century could hardly be denied by either its friends or its enemies. It was only natural, therefore, when historians became interested in science, that they should emphasize this aspect of it. Consequently, we find that, with a few exceptions, histories of science are written within a tightly patterned developmental framework, and all that does not fit that framework is rejected as being of no consequence, or at the very least, of no interest.
3. A. , 1957); William Stanton, The Leopard's Spots: Scientific Attitudes Toward Race in America, 18151859 (Chicago, 1960); Dirk J. Struik, Yankee Science in the Making (Boston, 1948). 4. Dupree's paper was read at the 1964 meeting of the American Historical Association and published under the title "The History of American ScienceA Field Finds Itself" American Historical Review 71 (April 1966), 863874; the quotation is from p. 869. For Lurie, see "The History of Science in America: Developments and New Directions," in Nineteenth Century American Science: A Reappraisal, edited by George H.
243). He also shows how such scientist-politicians as Alexander Dallas Bache, Joseph Henry, Matthew F. Maury, and Spencer F. 16 In the end, however, Bruce draws back from a thoroughgoing social analysis, arguing that it was the growing scope and complexity of science by the 1840s that made national organization imperative (p. 251), and it was the work of individuals that brought it about. The emphasis on individuals probably accounted for his assignment of less importance than one would have expected to the Civil War and Reconstruction.
American Science in the Age of Jackson (History Amer Science & Technol) by George H. Daniels