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Roots of scientific thought; : a cultural perspective, edited by Philip P. Wiener and Aaron Noland

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Roots of scientific thought; : a cultural perspective, edited by Philip P. Wiener and Aaron Noland
Title
Roots of scientific thought;
Title remainder
a cultural perspective, edited by Philip P. Wiener and Aaron Noland
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLM
Dewey number
508
Index
index present
LC call number
Q111
LC item number
.J6
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
Q 111
NLM item number
R783 1957
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1905-1992
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Noland, Aaron
  • Wiener, Philip P.
  • Journal of the history of ideas
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Science
  • Science
  • Sciences
  • Science
  • Ciencia
  • Ciencia
Label
Roots of scientific thought; : a cultural perspective, edited by Philip P. Wiener and Aaron Noland
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Selections from the first eighteen volumes of the Journal of the history of ideas."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Aristotle's conception of scientific method
  • Richard McKeon
  • Recent trends in the interpretation of ancient science
  • Ludwig Edelstein
  • pt. 2.
  • From rationalism to experimentalism
  • A.C. Crombie
  • Scientific method in the school of Padua
  • John Herman Randall, Jr.
  • Galileo and Plato
  • pt. 1.
  • Alexandre Koyré
  • Galileo and Avempace: dynamics of the leaning tower experiment
  • Ernest A. Moody
  • Place of Leonardo da Vinci in the emergence of modern science
  • John Herman Randall, Jr.
  • Origins of Gilbert's scientific method
  • Edgar Zilsel
  • Genesis of the concept of scientific progress
  • Edgar Zilsel
  • Copernicus and mechanics
  • Classical heritage.
  • Edgar Zilsel
  • Zilsel, the artisans, and the idea of progress in the Renaissance
  • A.C. Keller
  • Ramus-Rheticus correspondence
  • Edward Rosen
  • pt. 3.
  • Scientific revolution.
  • Kepler, the Somnium, and John Donne
  • Marjorie Nicholson
  • Gresham College: precursor of the Royal Society
  • Problems and methods of early Greek science
  • Francis R. Johnson
  • History of trades: its relation to seventeenth-century thought
  • Walter E. Houghton
  • Bacon's man of science
  • Moody E. Prior
  • Unity of the sciences: Bacon, Descartes, Leibniz
  • Robert McRae
  • Newton's "mathematical way"
  • E.W. Strong
  • Aristotle, Newton, and the theory of continuous magnitude
  • Heinrich Gomperz
  • Melbourne G. Evans
  • Newness and novelty in seventeenth-century science
  • Lynn Thorndike
  • Bacon and Gilbert
  • Marie Boas
  • Leibniz's project of a public exhibition on scientific inventions
  • Philip P. Wiener
  • pt. 4.
  • From the world-machine to cosmic evolution.
  • Crucial experiments: Priestley and Lavoisier
  • Scientific origins of the protoplasm problem
  • S.E. Toulmin
  • Trembley's Polyp, La Mettrie, and eighteenth-century French materialism
  • Aram Vartanian
  • Scientific background of evolutionary theory in biology
  • Maurice Mandelbaum
  • Darwin's theory and nineteenth-century philosophies of science
  • Alvar Ellegard
  • Benjamin Peirce: mathematician and philosopher
  • Sven Peterson
  • One universe or many?
  • Thomas S. Hall
  • Milton K. Munitz
  • Sir James Jeans on physics and philosophy
  • Philip P. Wiener
  • Henri Poincaré: from Science and hypothesis to Last thoughts
  • Andre Lalande
  • Some recent books on the history of science
  • I. Bernard Cohen
  • Discovery of form
  • John Elof Boodin
Control code
ocm00520222
Extent
x, 677 pages
Lccn
57012414
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00520222
  • (OCoLC)00520222
Label
Roots of scientific thought; : a cultural perspective, edited by Philip P. Wiener and Aaron Noland
Publication
Note
"Selections from the first eighteen volumes of the Journal of the history of ideas."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Aristotle's conception of scientific method
  • Richard McKeon
  • Recent trends in the interpretation of ancient science
  • Ludwig Edelstein
  • pt. 2.
  • From rationalism to experimentalism
  • A.C. Crombie
  • Scientific method in the school of Padua
  • John Herman Randall, Jr.
  • Galileo and Plato
  • pt. 1.
  • Alexandre Koyré
  • Galileo and Avempace: dynamics of the leaning tower experiment
  • Ernest A. Moody
  • Place of Leonardo da Vinci in the emergence of modern science
  • John Herman Randall, Jr.
  • Origins of Gilbert's scientific method
  • Edgar Zilsel
  • Genesis of the concept of scientific progress
  • Edgar Zilsel
  • Copernicus and mechanics
  • Classical heritage.
  • Edgar Zilsel
  • Zilsel, the artisans, and the idea of progress in the Renaissance
  • A.C. Keller
  • Ramus-Rheticus correspondence
  • Edward Rosen
  • pt. 3.
  • Scientific revolution.
  • Kepler, the Somnium, and John Donne
  • Marjorie Nicholson
  • Gresham College: precursor of the Royal Society
  • Problems and methods of early Greek science
  • Francis R. Johnson
  • History of trades: its relation to seventeenth-century thought
  • Walter E. Houghton
  • Bacon's man of science
  • Moody E. Prior
  • Unity of the sciences: Bacon, Descartes, Leibniz
  • Robert McRae
  • Newton's "mathematical way"
  • E.W. Strong
  • Aristotle, Newton, and the theory of continuous magnitude
  • Heinrich Gomperz
  • Melbourne G. Evans
  • Newness and novelty in seventeenth-century science
  • Lynn Thorndike
  • Bacon and Gilbert
  • Marie Boas
  • Leibniz's project of a public exhibition on scientific inventions
  • Philip P. Wiener
  • pt. 4.
  • From the world-machine to cosmic evolution.
  • Crucial experiments: Priestley and Lavoisier
  • Scientific origins of the protoplasm problem
  • S.E. Toulmin
  • Trembley's Polyp, La Mettrie, and eighteenth-century French materialism
  • Aram Vartanian
  • Scientific background of evolutionary theory in biology
  • Maurice Mandelbaum
  • Darwin's theory and nineteenth-century philosophies of science
  • Alvar Ellegard
  • Benjamin Peirce: mathematician and philosopher
  • Sven Peterson
  • One universe or many?
  • Thomas S. Hall
  • Milton K. Munitz
  • Sir James Jeans on physics and philosophy
  • Philip P. Wiener
  • Henri Poincaré: from Science and hypothesis to Last thoughts
  • Andre Lalande
  • Some recent books on the history of science
  • I. Bernard Cohen
  • Discovery of form
  • John Elof Boodin
Control code
ocm00520222
Extent
x, 677 pages
Lccn
57012414
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o00520222
  • (OCoLC)00520222

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