Learned patriots : debating science, state, and society in the nineteenth- century Ottoman Empire / M. Alper Yalcinkaya.
London : The University of Chicago Press
A new type of knowledge for a new social group -- Speakers, institutions, discourses of science in a new regime -- Consolidation of the discourse: science, state, and virtue in the 1860s -- Expansion and challenge: young Ottomans, new alternatives -- Debating science in the late Tanzimat era: themes and positions -- Inventing the "confused youth": science, community, and morality in the 1880s -- Science and morality at the end of the nineteenth century -- Conclusion.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-302) and index.
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