Taking the History of Science Really Seriously

This book is intended to offer a historical, conceptual and methodological analysis of selected iconic shifts (revolutions) in scientific belief and practice. Details steps in the Copernican Revolution as an exemplar of scientific revolutions (Scientific change). This is a process, not an episode¬¬¬, extending from the fifth century B.C.E (Plato, Aristotle) through Newton (1687), including Kepler (1610), Galileo (1630), Descartes (1640), Huygens (1675)…

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