Flat Error: Review of Jeffrey Burton Russell, Inventing the Flat Earth [Book Review]

Quadrant (1993)
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A review of Jeffrey Burton Russell's book that demonstrates conclusively that the idea the earth was flat is a founding myth in the history of science. Hardly *any* scholar ever believed it.
Keywords flat earth  science
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