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This index contains a list of names, terms and concepts relevant ot the discussion on book impartiality presented in this book The Emergence of Impartiality. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. This volume exposes the contested history of a virtue so central to modern disciplines and public discourse that it can seem universal. The essays gathered here demonstrate the emergence of impartiality. From the early seventeenth century, the new epithet 'impartial' appears prominently in a wide range of publications. The volume suggests that the emergence of impartiality is implicated in the period's epochal shifts in epistemology and science, religious and political discourse, print culture, and scholarship.

Keywords: epistemology; impartiality; modern disciplines; public discourse



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