Technicalities of Science
Magazine of Natural History
Illustrates 'the inutility of scence, written in a merely technical form' from the example of Marcus Tullius Cicero, whose intention to write in Latin rather than Greek was opposed by his friends, but who 'persevered in the popular style, and led the fashion'.
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