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57 On a more general level, this study transforms into an internationalized narrative a topic that until now has largely appeared as a chapter in the history of German physiology, an account in which (as Soraya de Chadarevian and Gabriel Finkelstein are right to emphasize)58 Franco-German relations are of par ticu lar importance. It has been said that with regard to the history of twentieth-century philosophy, France and Germany have one and the same indivisible history. In this book I show that to some extent this holds true for the history of nineteenth-century physiology as well.

37 The attending members of the Academy were surely able to explain to themselves how the curve drawings could be translated into measurements of time—by taking into account the rotational speed of the glass cylinder, its circumference, and the distance between the points on the nerve. But there were no concrete data for this. It also remained unclear, in the end, how and to what degree of precision the “perfect accordance” of the old and the new measurements had been ascertained. ” two Semiotic Things No chain is homogeneous; all of them resemble, rather, a succession of characters from different alphabets in which an ideogram, a pictogram, a tiny image of an elephant passing by, or a rising sun may suddenly make its appearance.

Most historical studies on Helmholtz’s experiments have taken “time” to be the object of this research. No account so far has understood time to also be a means of these experiments. In the case of Helmholtz, as in many other fields of science studies, a largely spatialized view has been dominant. I, too, am interested in reconstructing the experimental assemblages and networks in which he carried out his research and published his results. However, when in this connection I use the term “research machines,” which I do repeatedly, I want to emphasize the temporal aspects of scientific practice.

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