Here was the family's model for inquiry in statecraft, civics, pedagogy, meteorology, quantum mechanics, "physics, physiology, and psychology . . . legal reform, women's education . . . modernist art," crystal formation, insect vision, and bee intelligence (pp. 350-51). Through these linked realities, Coen reveals seven underlying liberal ideological dichotomies and applies her argument for the probability calculus in each case: public and private; particular and universal; inclusion and exclusion; subjectivity and objectivity; rationality and instinct or uncertainty; nature and nurture; and individual and collective.
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