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However, in circumstances where there is an opportuity for 'study', a chance to read and re-read, where it is possible to hink and rethink, to take various factors into consideration, to make orrections, in short, when the written word is more important than onversation, then much of this esprit soon appears to be based upon uperficial, short-term effects. In a more scholarly culture, where a ertain distance is maintained from mondain gatherings and one is nterested mainly in making an impression on colleagues specialized in he same field, esprit is apt to be perceived as little more than eloquent gnorance.
It was the skilled craftsmen, artists and ngineers such as Leonardo da Vinci and Simon Stevin who generated hese forms of knowledge in the cities. They often moved in circles of merchants, instrument-makers and inventors, and when they put heir findings on paper they did so in the vernacular. Edgar Zilsel has rgued that empirical natural science could come into being only after he gap between these two groups was bridged. From the university radition came the erudition, the systematic reasoning and the theoetical interest.
The rise of a modern, secular culture in France centred mainly around academies. These academies emerged most often from private societies that had been subsequently recognized by the state. Together they formed a new cultural regime, distinct from the older church and university institutions. When the first social science institution was founded after the French Revolution, it followed the example set by the academies. They were to remain the most prominent cultural and intellectual institutions far into the nineteenth century.