Brian S. Baigrie

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Brian S. Baigrie is a Canadian philosopher and historian of science. Baigrie's interests span the late sixteenth century to the modern period. His research focus is on evidence, especially the development of markers concerning the reliability of scientific evidence.


Publications

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  • Baigrie (1988): Baigrie, Brian S. (1988) Siegel on the Rationality of Science. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 55 (3), 435-441.
  • Baigrie (2007): Baigrie, Brian S. (2007) Electricity and Magnetism, A Historical Perspective. Greenwood Publications.
  • Baigrie (2018): Baigrie, Brian S. (2018) The Creation of Modern Science, Parts One and Two. TopHat Publications.
  • Baigrie (Ed.) (2003): Baigrie, Brian S. (Ed.). (2003) Scientific Revolutions: Primary Texts in the History of Science. Pearson.

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