A history of western science
Presented in an informal, narrative style, this text looks at science, from the ancient world , to medieval science, the scientific revolution, through to 20th century physics. This edition offers more coverage of 20th century history , wars, and technology; more on Albert Einstein; and more on quantum mechanics and philosophy. For all those interested in science, history, philosophy, physics, and engineering.
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SCIENCE IN ANTIQUITY
Science in the Age of Rome
THE MIDDLE AGES 7 Athens and Jerusalem Pagan Science and Christianity
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