Published December 1995
by Blackwell Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michel Serres (Editor), Michel Authier (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||768|
An essential introductory textbook that shows students how science came to be such an important aspect of modern culture. Lively and readable, it provides a rich historical survey of the major developments in scientific thought, from the Ancient Greeks to the twentieth : Macmillan Education UK. History of Scientific Thought. This is an analytical introduction to key historical and philosophical moments in the history of science, in twenty-two sections, written by a remarkably accomplished collection of authors at the forefronts of the disci plines of history and philosophy of science/5(5). A highly readable historical survey of the major developments in scientific thought and the impact of science on Western culture, this book takes the reader from ancient times through to the twentieth century/5. Although instances of scientific progress have been documented over many centuries, the terms “science,” “scientists,” and the “scientific method” were coined only in the 19th century.
Book Description A highly readable, up-to-date historical survey of the major developments in scientific thought and the impact of science on western culture, from ancient times through to the twentieth century From the Back CoverReviews: 4. – Sigmund Freud developed his theory of the unconscious mind and began his works on psychodynamic theory and psychosexual development of human organism. He proposed that human thought and behavior is complex process of unconscious . The book anchors science as a form of culture—a very unusual form—but a form that has similarities with other things we do. Often, history of science tends to look at different disciplines individually. You might get a history of genetics or a history of physics but he has really integrated them. A concise introduction to the fundamental concepts of social scientific thinking, this classic text--a favorite with students for over 30 years--makes scientific thinking, research methods and statistics accessible to undergraduates at a common sense ant Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.