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2017 | 16 | 69–119
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Historiography of science and technology in focus. A discussion with Professor Robert Fox

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Dyskusja z profesorem Robertem Foxem o historiografii nauki i techniki
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The article is an extended discussion with a laureate of numerous international distinctions, Professor Robert Fox, about his career, intellectual fascinations, as well as changing methods, styles, approaches and themes in the historiography of science and technology.
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Artykuł przedstawia obszerną dyskusję z laureatem licznych międzynarodowych wyróżnień, profesorem Robertem Foxem, o jego karierze, fascynacjach intelektualnych, a także o zmianie metod, stylów, podejść i tematów w historiografii nauki i techniki.
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69–119
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2017-12-18
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  • University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  • Instytut Historii Nauki im. Ludwika i Aleksandra Birkenmajerów PAN, Polska
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