The Evolution of Modern Science
by Thomas L. Isenhour
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 318
The Evolution of Modern Science outlines the story of science from Aristotle to the present. The goals of this book are to show the evolution of modern science in historical and political context and to demystify science.
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