Bernard Cohen

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Bernard Cohen (1 March 1914 – 20 June 2003) was an American historian of science, and Victor S. Thomas professor of the history of science at Harvard University..


Publications

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  • Cohen (1957): Cohen, Bernard I. (1957) George Sarton. Isis 48 (3), 286-300.
  • Cohen (Ed.) (1958): Cohen, Bernard I. (Ed.). (1958) Isaac Newton's Papers & Letters on Natural Philosophy and Related Documents. Harvard University Press.
  • Cohen and Smith (Eds.) (2002): Cohen, Bernard I. and Smith, George. (Eds.). (2002) The Cambridge Companion to Newton. Cambridge University Press.

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