Conclusions
in Medical societies and scientific culture in nineteenth-century Belgium
Abstract only
Log-in for full text

The conclusion takes stock of the variety of scientific practices and performances that animated the meetings of nineteenth-century medical societies. It identifies a process of growing autonomy of the medical sciences as a connecting thread. It also highlights how societies met a need for deliberation and debate among physicians, and acted as spaces where scientific standards could be set and imposed. This need for a broader basis did not disappear with the advent of professionalized science, the book concludes, but was articulated in new ways in the twentieth century.

Metrics

All Time Past Year Past 30 Days
Abstract Views 36 12 1
Full Text Views 19 0 0
PDF Downloads 5 0 0