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Critical problems in the history of science; proceedings.

Author: Marshall Clagett
Publisher: Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1959.
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Institute for the History of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1957.
Critical problems in the history of science.
Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1959
(OCoLC)610164971
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marshall Clagett
OCLC Number: 520207
Description: xiv, 555 p. chart, diagrs. 25 cm.
Contents: The scholar and the craftsman in the scientific revolution / Rupert Hall --
Commentaries ... / Robert Merton and Francis Johnson --
The role of art in the scientific renaissance / Giorgio de Santillana --
Commentary on the papers of Rupert Hall and Giorgio de Santilana / A.C. Crombie --
The significance of medieval discussion of scientific method for the scientific revolution / A.C. Crombie --
The philosophy of science and the history of science / Joseph T. Clark --
Commentaries on the papers of A.C. Crombie and Joseph T. Clark / I.E. Drabkin and Ernest Nagel --
The origin of classical mechanics from Aristotle to Newton / E.J. Dijksterhaus --
Commentaries ... / Carl Boyer and Rupert Hall --
Contra-Copernicus: a critical re-estimation ofthe mathematical planetary theory of Ptolemy, Copernicus and Kepler / Derek J. de S. Price --
Commentary ... / Francis Johnson --
History of science for engineering students at Cornell / Henry Guerlac --
The place of the history of science in a liberal arts curriculum / Dorothy Stimson --
Commentaries on the papers of Dorothy Stimson and Henry Guerlac / I. Bernard Cohen, Marie Boas and Duane H.D. Roller --
The encyclopedie and the Jacobin philosophy of science: a study in ideas and consequences / Charles Gilispie --
The politics of science in the French revolution / L Pearce Williams --
Commentaries on the papers of Charles Gilispie and L. Pearce Williams / Henry Bertram Hill and Henry Guerlac --
Energy conservation as an example of simultaneous discovery / Thomas S. Kuhn --
Conservation and the concept of electrical charge: an aspect of philosophy in relation to physics in the ninteenth century / I. Bernard Cohen --
Commentaries on the papers of Thomas H. Kuhn and I. Bernard Cohen / Carl Boyer and Erwin Hiebert --
Biology attains maturity in the ninteenth century / J. Walter Wilson --
Biology and social theory in the ninteenth century: Auguste Comte and Herbert Spencer / John C. Greene --
Commentaries on the papers of J. Walter Wilson / John C. Greene and Conway Zirkle --
The development of ideas in the structure of metals / Cyril Stanley Smith --
Structure of matter and chemical theory in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Marie Boas --
Commentaries on the papers of Cyril Stanley Smith and Marie Boas / Aaron I. Ihde.
Responsibility: Edited by Marshall Clagett.

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