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Women in the History of Science: A sourcebook. 

"this book is an invaluable companion to students and lecturers alike in exploring womenโ€™s history in the fields of science, technology, mathematics, medicine and culture." uclpress.co.uk/products/211143 (2)

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An Exchange Rate History of the United Kingdom: 1945โ€“1992 

Naef, A. (2022). An Exchange Rate History of the United Kingdom: 1945โ€“1992 (Studies in Macroeconomic History). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi: doi.org/10.1017/9781108878333 (3)

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The Spectral Arctic: A History of Dreams and Ghosts in Polar Exploration 

"The Spectral Arctic re-thinks our understanding of Arctic exploration by paying attention to the importance of dreams and ghosts in the quest for the Northwest Passage." uclpress.co.uk/products/107752 (4)

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RNA, the Epicenter of Genetic Information 

Mattick, J., & Amaral, P. (2022). RNA, the Epicenter of Genetic Information (1st ed.). CRC Press. doi.org/10.1201/9781003109242 (5)

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Book: A history of English. 

Hejnรก, Mรญลกa & Walkden, George. 2022. A history of English. (Textbooks in Language Sciences 9). Berlin: Language Science Press. DOI: doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6560336 (6)

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Poetry and Number in Graeco-Roman Antiquity 

Leventhal, M. (2022). Poetry and Number in Graeco-Roman Antiquity (Cambridge Classical Studies). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi: doi.org/10.1017/9781009127295 (8)

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Newton, Hannah, Misery to Mirth: Recovery from Illness in Early Modern England (Oxford, 2018; online edn, Oxford Academic, 19 July 2018), doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198779, accessed 8 Aug. 2023. @earlymodern @histodon @histodons @bookstodon (33)

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Smith, H. Z. (2022). Religion and Governance in Englandโ€™s Emerging Colonial Empire, 1601โ€“1698. In Springer eBooks. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-7013 @histodon @histodons @bookstodon (37)

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Rapp, C., Kinloch, M., Krausmรผller, D., Mitsiou, E., Nesseris, I., Papavarnavas, C., Preiser-Kapeller, J., Rossetto, G., Shukurov, R., & Simeonov, G. (2023). Mobility and Migration in Byzantium: A Sourcebook. In V&R unipress eBooks. doi.org/10.14220/9783737013413 @medievodons @histodon @histodons @bookstodon (45)

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๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ Donne,ย J.ย (1624).ย Devotions Vpon Emergent Occasions, and Seuerall Steps in My Sicknes: Digested Into I. Meditations Upon Our Humane Condition. 2. Expostuvlations, and Debatements with God. 3. Prayers, Upon the Seuerall Occasions, to Him.ย United Kingdom:ย A.M.. google.co.uk/books/edition/Dev @bookstodon (50)

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"Are we being manipulated online? If so, is being manipulated by online technologies and algorithmic systems notably different from human forms of manipulation? And what is under threat exactly when people are manipulated online?"

Jongepier, F., & Klenk, M. (Eds.). (2022). The Philosophy of Online Manipulation (1st ed.). Routledge. doi.org/10.4324/9781003205425 @philosophy @bookstodon (52)

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"In The Currency of Empire, Jonathan Barth explores the intersection of money and power in the early years of North American history, and he shows how the control of money informed English imperial action overseas."

Barth, J. (2022). The Currency of Empire: Money and Power in Seventeenth-Century English America. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. doi.org/10.1515/9781501755781 @histodon @histodons @bookstodon (55)

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"Traces of Ink. Experiences of Philology and Replication is a collection of original papers exploring the textual and material aspects of inks and ink-making in a number of premodern cultures (Babylonia, the Graeco-Roman world, the Syriac milieu and the Arabo-Islamic tradition)."

(Eds.). (22 Feb. 2021). Traces of Ink. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill. doi.org/10.1163/9789004444805 @science @histodon @histodons @bookstodon (57)

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"A Cultural History of Chemistry in Antiquity covers the period from 3000 BCE to 600 CE, ranging across the civilizations of the Mediterranean and Near East. Over this long period, chemical artisans, recipes, and ideas were exchanged between Mesopotamia, Egypt, Phoenicia, Greece, Rome, and Byzantium."

Beretta, M. (Ed.). (2022). A Cultural History Of Chemistry: In Antiquity. London,: Bloomsbury Academic. Retrieved September 10, 2023, from dx.doi.org/10.5040/97814742037
@science @histodon @histodons @bookstodon (58)

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"Facilitates an in-depth understanding of data-intensive methods

Is the most advanced survey of data practices across the sciences

Presents a ground-breaking and comprehensive framework for data studies".

Leonelli, S., & Tempini, N. (2020). Data Journeys in the Sciences. In Springer eBooks. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-3717 @philosophy @science @bookstodon (59)

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@bibliolater @bookstodon It's similar to the surface level or repressed psychology of the average American. There saved you a book read.

#Fact
@bibliolater @bookstodon But the question is did you grok the mind of the average American?
It is all on the surface to study among the top 10% of the rich folks, their appetite for consumption is so inflated it is not exaggeration to call it immoral or inhuman.

@chocolatebar @bookstodon It may well be the condition of many humans beings, not just the top 10% or the average American.

@bibliolater @bookstodon Yes, it is their condition. I was originally planning to expand that idea to include all across the world in case people misunderstood it to mean - ooh only Americans bad we're good little children of God. In a long form post with as much detail and references as possible. Because there is innate tendency in most people to doubt facts that even they themselves at some mental level know to be correct.
But that requires more resources and time than I can currently spare.

It is just that I had India and America in mind while writing that because if affluent Americans start doing some thing that is a status symbol, Indians blindly follow it. Even Indian intellectuals do that to save time, especially the ones leaning to and being sustained by the Left, but they don't realize it is at the cost of their integrity and authority. I think it might be a case of foreign capital funding domestic intellectuals, ie, intellect owned by money.

I love an intellect that is subservient only to the Truth.

Thank you.

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