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Introduction: script, print and history
J. Crick, A. WalshamPublished 2004Art
When, in 1793, the fugitive French philosophe the Marquis de Condorcet traced his Outline of an Historical View of the Progress of the Human Mind through ten ages of history, he placed print in the… Expand
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