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Making Modern Science: A Historical Survey

Peter J. Bowler, Iwan Rhys Morus - Science - 2010 - 538 pages
The development of science, according to respected scholars Peter J. Bowler and Iwan Rhys Morus, expands our knowledge and control of the world in ways that affect-but are also ...
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The Creation of Ideas in Physics: Studies for a Methodology of Theory ...

J. Leplin - Science - 2012 - 255 pages
The unusual ambition of this volume is to engage scientists, historians, and philosophers in a common quest to delineate the structure of the creative thinking responsible for ...
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The Technology of Orgasm: "Hysteria," the Vibrator, and Women's Sexual ...

Rachel P. Maines - Science - 2001 - 181 pages
The author explores hysteria in Western medicine throughout the ages and examines the characterization of female sexuality as a disease requiring treatment. Medical authorities ...
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The Scientific Revolution

Steven Shapin - History - 1996 - 218 pages
Shapin claims that there was no such thing as the "Scientific Revolution," neither as a coherent chronological event nor as a movement in science. Instead he writes about how ...
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The Life and Legend of Jay Gould

Maury Klein - Biography & Autobiography - 1997 - 640 pages
Jay Gould was an individual who for a century has been singled out as the most unscrupulous of the turn-of-the-century robber barons. In this splendid biography Maury Klein ...
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God and Reason in the Middle Ages

Edward Grant - History - 2001 - 397 pages
This book shows how the Age of Reason actually began during the late Middle Ages.
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