Relocating modern science: Circulation and the construction of knowledge in South Asia and Europe, 1650-1900

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Relocating Modern Science challenges the belief that modern science was created uniquely in the West and was subsequently diffused elsewhere. Through a detailed analysis of key moments in the history of science, it demonstrates the crucial roles of circulation and intercultural encounter for their emergence.

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Raj, K. (2007). Relocating modern science: Circulation and the construction of knowledge in South Asia and Europe, 1650-1900. Relocating Modern Science: Circulation and the Construction of Knowledge in South Asia and Europe, 1650-1900 (pp. 1–285). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230625310

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