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American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Conference 2004: Session “Science and common good” (paper details)

///American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Conference 2004: Session “Science and common good” (paper details)

American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Conference 2004: Session “Science and common good” (paper details)

Thirty-fifth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies – Sheraton Boston – March 24-28, 2004

SESSIONS XII “Science and Common Good” Saturday, March 27, 2004 – 9:45-11:15 and 1:30-3:30

I – Science and Common Good (I) Room Beacon B – 9:45-11:15

Chair: Gilles Denis, University of Lille 1, France UMR ” Savoirs et Textes”, CNRS, Universities of Lille 3 and 1

I-1 – Julia V. Douthwaite, University of Notre Dame, IN “Human Perfectibility: Results of Some 18th-century Experiments.”.

I-2 – Geraldine Sheridan, University of Limerick, Ireland “Technological Illustration at the Turn of the Eighteenth Century”

I-3 – Andrew H. Clark, Fordham University, NY “The Science of Dissonance and Social Harmony: from Mathematics to Oral Sensibility”

II – Science and Common Good (II) Room Beacon B – 1:30-3:30

Chair: Lindy Biggs, Auburn University, AL

II-1 Gilles Denis, University of Lille 1, France UMR ” Savoirs et Textes”, CNRS, Universities of Lille 3 and 1 “International Learned Mobilization for Improving Agriculture”

II-2 – Walter H. Keithley, Arizona State University “Sprat, Glanvill, and Oldenburg Again: The Rhetoric of Restoration Scientific Apology Revisited”

II-3- Eduardo Romero de Oliveira, University of Saõ Paulo, Brasil “The Natural Philosophy: a New Advice for Princes Tradition”

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