Ancients and Moderns: A Study of the Rise of the Scientific Movement in Seventeenth-century England
Courier Corporation, 1. jan. 1982 - 354 sider
Engaging, erudite study of rise of scientific movement in 17th-century England; Francis Bacon s role particularly stressed. Revised (1961) edition."
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The Decay of Nature
The Advancement of Learning and Piety
The Revolt from Aristotle and the Ancients
Projects Inventions and the Progress of Science
The Defence of the Experimental Philosophy 183 VIII The Defence of the Experimental Philosophy
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