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letters to the editor Ph.D. adviser and his or her student. Further, a peculiarity is Comments on "Carl-Gustaf Rossby: A Study that the guru of the Mahabharatha had a noble goal of in Mentorship" training his students so efficiently that eventually the shishya could be a greater expert (nipuna) than himself. Such was The individual and interpersonal traits of a famous scien- the training of Arjuna, the Pandava, by his guru, Dhrona. (For tist have, in reality, no bearing on his or her place in the instance, Arjuna rose to incredible heights in archery.) annals of science. Yet sociologists may argue in favor of In any event, even if we were to give the benefit of the recording and characterizing such traits on the grounds of doubt to Lewis, the classification in his article (see Fig. 7 and their potential usefulness to the history of science. Table 1) of Bryson, Malkus (Simpson), and, perhaps, some History as a subject has its own drawbacks, and one of others as the proteges of Rossby is untenable on grounds of the main problems is its accuracy, which depends greatly on semantics alone. (Refer to the meaning of mentor, for the accuracy of the original source material http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-74.7.1374
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Ph.D. adviser and his or her student. Further, a peculiarity is Comments on "Carl-Gustaf Rossby: A Study that the guru of the Mahabharatha had a noble goal of in Mentorship" training his students so efficiently that eventually the shishya could be a greater expert (nipuna) than himself. Such was The individual and interpersonal traits of a famous scien- the training of Arjuna, the Pandava, by his guru, Dhrona. (For tist have, in reality, no bearing on his or her place in the instance, Arjuna rose to incredible heights in archery.) annals of science. Yet sociologists may argue in favor of In any event, even if we were to give the benefit of the recording and characterizing such traits on the grounds of doubt to Lewis, the classification in his article (see Fig. 7 and their potential usefulness to the history of science. Table 1) of Bryson, Malkus (Simpson), and, perhaps, some History as a subject has its own drawbacks, and one of others as the proteges of Rossby is untenable on grounds of the main problems is its accuracy, which depends greatly on semantics alone. (Refer to the meaning of mentor, for the accuracy of the original source material

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Published: Jul 1, 1993

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