Krieger Pub. Co. (1994)

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Peter Achinstein
Johns Hopkins University
Laura J. Snyder
Johns Hopkins University (PhD)
Abstract
Seven essays explore issues of scientific methodology in various episodes of science from Newtonian physics of the 17th and 18th century to quantum mechanics in the 20th. Addressed to scholars of the history and philosophy of science, but also accessible to general readers. Annotation copyright Book
Keywords Science History  Science History  Physics History  Physics History
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Call number Q174.8.S36 1994
ISBN(s) 0894648225
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