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LA SOCIET ITALIANA PER IL PROGRESSO DELLE SCIENZE:1

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The article considers the institutional activity of the Societ Italiana per il Progresso delle Scienze, from its reconstitution to about 1930. The aim is to explain the crucial role of its founder, Vito Volterra, to characterize the Society's activity and is to delineate the periods of internal transition of the Society with regard to cosmopolitism and nationalism, subjects of science, pure and applied research both in the first period and in the after-war period.

Affiliations: 1: Universit di Bologna

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2016-12-10

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