Excerpt from Studies in the History and Method of Science
First, to place at the disposal of the general student a collection that will enable him to acquire a knowledge of the development of science and scientific conceptions.
Secondly, to assist the special student... in research (a) by placing him in relationship with investigations already undertaken; (b) by collecting information on the sources and accessibility of his material; and (c) by providing him with facilities to work up his material.
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