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    George Molland (1993). Roger Bacon and the Hermetic Tradition in Medieval Science. Vivarium 31 (1):140-160.
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  2. George Molland (2006). Addressing Ancient Authority: Thomas Bradwardine and Prisca Sapientia. Annals of Science 53 (3):213-233.
    Thomas Bradwardine's theological treatise De Causa Dei provides a valuable source for late medieval views on the relationship between science and religion. Bradwardine, who can be seen as belonging in a tradition deriving from Roger Bacon, was strongly impressed by the impotence of human reason in dealing with an apparent infinitude of facts, and accordingly stressed both ancient authority and prophetic revelation as appropriate sources of scientific knowledge. Two particularly important ancient works for him were the pseudo-Aristotelian Secretum Secretorum and (...)
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    George Molland (1981). Archimedes and the Middle Ages, Vol. Iii, by Marshall Clagett. History of Science 19:143-147.
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  4. George Molland (1993). Science and Mathematics From the Renaissance to Descartes. In G. H. R. Parkinson (ed.), The Renaissance and Seventeenth-Century Rationalism. Routledge
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