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This is the introductory chapter of the book, which contains twenty-two papers on the history of science presented to Gad Freudenthal. In the past thirty years he has become one of the most outstanding scholars of the history of science and especially of the history of science in Jewish culture worldwide. In the early eighties, the first period of his scholarly career, Gad Freudenthal published papers mainly on the general history of science and on the sociology of science, as well as a book on the philosophy of science. From the early nineties on Gads scholarly productivity flourished, resulting in an increasing number of publications. For Gad, scientific research is never a solipsistic enterprise but a fundamentally dialogical process.

Keywords: Gad Freudenthal; Jewish culture



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