Grier's other correspondents over the years included such major figures in lesbian and gay history as the writer May Sarton
, the British novelist Maureen Duffy, and the Ladder editor and activist Barbara Gittings.
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Tomemos, como exemplo, a seguinte consideracao de George Sarton
, considerado por Kuhn como um representante das 'historias mais antigas' (10):
, writer and journal-keeper, says she wrote novels to discover what she 'thought about something' and poetry to discover what she 'felt about something' [author's own emphasis] (1973, p.
This week, Tony Sarton
, executive chef at Twenty Princes Street in Edinburgh, fills you in on the secrets behind his famous pork & black pudding with apple puree.
S, Di Rosa G, Polli R, Bettella E, Tricomi G, Tortorella G, Murgia A.
El historiador de la ciencia George Sarton
se preguntaba: "Why did the most industrial and mercantile nation in Europe reject the metric system, while its use would have caused great economies in time and money?
A George Sarton
no se le hubiera ocurrido pensar en la historia de la ciencia como en un proceso que podia sufrir rupturas, desgarros, retrocesos, paradas o "saltos cuanticos".
, a Belgian chemist, was widely acclaimed as the founder of the discipline of the history of science.
2006; Cepeda & Carr 2003; Kest, Sarton
& Dahan 2000).
, who is a great historian of science, discusses in 'Introduction to the History of Science' the evolution of science in different cultures and civilizations and spells out how for four centuries, Muslims resorted to these methods and produced what technologies they invented.