History of Science
Critical Problems in the History of Science
Proceedings of the Institute for the History of Science, 1957
Edited by Marshall Clagett
"Enthusiasm and love for the beauty of science."Science
"Stimulating and serious exchange of ideas covering many aspects of ancient, medieval, and modern scientific thought."The New Scholasticism
"This publication indicates in a striking manner the catholicity of the history of science; professors of philosophy, the history of science, the philosophy of science, history, biology, and metallurgy readily conferred with one another."The American Historical Review
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