Science, form, and the problem of induction in British Romanticism /
Exploring a topic at the intersection of science, philosophy and literature in the late eighteenth century Dahlia Porter traces the history of induction as a writerly practice - as a procedure for manipulating textual evidence by selective quotation - from its roots in Francis Bacon's experimen...
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Cambridge studies in Romanticism ;
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