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La technologie en France au xixe siècle : de la pratique au concept au travers du parcours d’un acteur

Abstract : Jacques Guillerme and Jan Sebestik, in their article on the “beginnings of technology”, noted its dilution into the engineering sciences in the middle of the 19th century before its renaissance in the 20th century within the humanities. An analysis of practices suggests that technology survived in the meaning it took at the end of the 18th century in France and evolved throughout the century within emerging human and social sciences. The example of the naval officer Pâris allows us to grasp the tensions between several meanings of technology and the dedication of museum collections to technology.
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Géraldine Barron. La technologie en France au xixe siècle : de la pratique au concept au travers du parcours d’un acteur. Artefact : techniques, histoire et sciences humaines, CNRS éditions, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2021, Technique,Technologie, pp.153 - 174. ⟨10.4000/artefact.11478⟩. ⟨hal-03617925⟩

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