The Word "Scientist" or its Substitute

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WHEN literary gents, like Sir Clifford Allbutt, Prof. D'Arcy Thompson and Sir Israel Gollancz, come forward in defence of scientist and Sir R. A. S. Paget, an expert in vocal sounds, in the most cold-blooded manner possible, says that he would ist everybody, it were time that we illiterate sciencers ranged ourselves solidly with Sir Ray Lankester, ever a defender of the faith, proclaiming that we will not have truck with the would-be debasers of lingual beauty.

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ARMSTRONG, H. The Word "Scientist" or its Substitute. Nature 115, 85 (1925). https://doi.org/10.1038/115085a0

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