1. Science proves its power and usefulness. 17th to early 19th century.
2. Science establishes itself as the Only valid form of knowledge, 'hence' mode of reasoning. Late 19th-early 20th century.
3. Bureaucracy subsidises, infiltrates, occupies, subverts, destroys science. Middle to late 20th century.
4. Bureaucracy established as the only valid form of organisation, knowledge and thinking - global totalitarian system in place.
Corresponds to: 1. Voluntary collaboration of individuals, 2. Formal institutional structure of individuals, 3. Control by committees/ peer review, 4. Individuals serve abstract processes and procedures.
Corresponds to: Scientists as Christians, Scientists brought up as Christians, Scientists as atheists, 'Scientists' as careerists.