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Albin Michel, 1994. Le Monde (22 July 1994), 7. 37. Carnot, Lazare, Saggio sulle macchine in generale. Ed. and tr. Antonino Drago and Salvatore D. Manno. Naples: Cuen, 1994. Isis 86 (1995), 498. 38. Pascal Duris, Linne et la France (1780–1850). Geneva: Droz, 1993. Archives Internationales d’Histoire des Sciences 46, 136 (June 1996), 175. 39. Dora B. Weiner, The Citizen-Patient in Revolutionary and Napoleonic Paris. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1993. 1996), 382–385. 1 Publications by Charles Coulston Gillispie 13 40.
There was one other graduate student in history of science my first year, Michael McVaugh. Michael and I shared an interest in medieval history and consequently did similar fields for our prelims (not history of chemistry, however). 1 Michael and I received academic positions in 1964 at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Duke University respectively. Only eight miles apart, we have had a very productive friendship and joint teaching and research careers. At this time – and for many subsequent years – I had little knowledge of the context of my being placed in the history and philosophy of science program.
11 Rather, Charles credited the classicist and philosopher (and new Chair of the philosophy department), Gregory Vlastos with helping in the formation of the program. 12 ‘‘Apologia pro Vita Sua,’’ S90. 13 Kenneth L. Caneva, What in Truth Divides Historians and Philosophers of Science? In Integrating History and Philosophy of Science, eds. Seymour Mauskopf and Tad Schmaltz. Dordrecht: Springer (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Volume 263), 2012, p. 49. H. Mauskopf Our first history of science seminar was not with Charles but with John Murdoch, who passed away recently.