The very idea of modern science : Francis Bacon and Robert Boyle / Joseph Agassi.
This book is a study of the scientific revolution as a movement of amateur science. It describes the ideology of the amateur scientific societies as the philosophy of the Enlightenment Movement and their social structure and the way they made modern science such a magnificent institution. It also sh... Full description
|Main Author:||Agassi, Joseph.|
Boston studies in the philosophy and history of science ;
|Notes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 296-307) and name index.|
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