Baigrie (Ed.) (2003)

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Baigrie, Brian S. (Ed.). (2003) Scientific Revolutions: Primary Texts in the History of Science. Pearson.

Title Scientific Revolutions: Primary Texts in the History of Science
Resource Type collection
Author(s) Brian S. Baigrie
Year 2003
Publisher Pearson
ISBN 9780130990914

Abstract

Covering physics, astronomy, chemistry, the various branches of biology, and geology, this book is the perfect introduction to the history of science. A compilation of interesting readings, Scientific Revolutions reflects the richness and diversity of scientific culture and practice. Its primary focus is on the extraordinary bursts of scientific activity that propel science in new and different directions. Useful as a reference work for readers interested in the sciences.

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