A History of Science and Its Relations with Philosophy and Religion

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CUP Archive, 1961 - 576 lappuses
This famous book, first published in 1929 was considerably revised and enlarged in its fourth edition, which is being reprinted now. This edition had the addition of a postscript by Professor I. Bernard Cohen containing a list of reading, with comments on them to guide the readers.
 

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Science in the Ancient World
1
The Middle Ages
28
The Renaissance
30
The Newtonian Epoch
146
The Eighteenth Century
178
NineteenthCentury Physics
200
NineteenthCentury Biology
252
NineteenthCentury Science and Philosophic Thought
288
Further Development in Biology and Anthropology
321
The New Era in Physics
369
The Stellar Universe
432
Scientific Philosophy and its Outlook
455
Postscript by I Bernard Cohen
503
Index
521
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Born in Far Rockaway, New York, I. Bernard Cohen earned degrees from Harvard University. He holds the distinction of being the first person in the United States to earn a Ph.D. in the history of science. Later, Cohen established the History of Science Department at Harvard. Cohen has received many fellowships and has won the George Sarton Medal, awarded by the History of Science Society. Cohen is an author and editor, known for his books about Sir Isaac Newton and Benjamin Franklin.

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