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Ce que l'on sait de soi savant : motifs et tons des rapports entre vie et science. Biologie–archéologie

Abstract : The transfer of the concept of “style” from art history to the analyse of scientific biographies is discussed from an examination of the life narratives of three scientists who worked during the second half of the 20th century in Toulouse (France): the archaeologist Jean Guilaine, the molecular biologist Jean-Pierre Zalta and the biological anthropologist Georges Larrouy. A typology of the narrative combinations between the scientific activities and the personal life is finally presented.
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Sébastien Plutniak. Ce que l'on sait de soi savant : motifs et tons des rapports entre vie et science. Biologie–archéologie. Nicolas Adell; Jérôme Lamy. Ce que la science fait à la vie, 31, CTHS, pp.109-129, 2016, Orientations et méthodes, 978-2-7355-0847-1. ⟨halshs-01418855⟩

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