I have just finished the unusually contemplative task of reviewing several articles on the “science” of scientific writing. It sounds sensible, doesn't it, that scientific writing would require such erudite reasoning as to yield a “science” of its own when performed? I wonder, though, if it really is that sensible. Perhaps scientific writing is no different in essence than other types of writing which, for the most, part, are more typically regarded as “art” when done well.

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