Science and Whig Manners
Approaching the intersection of politics and science from the perspective of political history, this book looks at how nineteenth-century British Whigs used the themes of natural science to signal their identities, and how their devotion to a culture of liberality helped to define them. Offers a fresh take on a central theme in Victorian politics.
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