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  1. “Born with the Taste for Science and the Arts”: The Science and the Aesthetics of Balthazar‐Georges Sage's Mineralogy Collections, 1783–1825 1. [REVIEW]Maddalena Napolitani - 2018 - Centaurus 60 (4):238-256.
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  • Seized Natural-History Collections and the Redefinition of Scientific Cosmopolitanism in the Era of the French Revolution.Elise S. Lipkowitz - 2014 - British Journal for the History of Science 47 (1):15-41.
    In order to recast scholarly understanding of scientific cosmopolitanism during the French Revolution, this essay examines the stories of the natural-history collections of the Dutch Stadholder and the French naturalist Labillardière that were seized as war booty. The essay contextualizes French and British savants' responses to the seized collections within their respective understandings of the relationship between science and state and of the property rights associated with scientific collections, and definitions of war booty that antedated modern transnational legal conventions. The (...)
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