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origins of modern science 1300-1800
Sir Herbert Butterfield
Written in English
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Received 22 June ; in revised form 29 January 'A. Cunningham and P. Williams, 'De-centring the "big picture": The Origins of Modern Science and the modern origins of science', British Journal of the History of Science 26 (), ^t (96) Studies in History and Philosophy of Science aims, terms, place and Cited by: 2. 1 Butterfield, Herbert, The Origins of Modern Science –, 2nd edn, London, The chief rival as an introductory textbook in English is probably The Scientific Revolution – The Formation of The Modern Scientific Attitude, New York, , by Butterfield's pupil, Hall, A. Rupert, now in its second edition as The Cited by:
One of Butterfield's own best-known books was entitled The Origins of Modern Science, –, which by tracing a line from origins to modernity would seem to partake of at least a little whiggishness itself. Just so does his work still speak in . As mentioned above, the post-war period was a productive period for Butterfield. ’s The Origins of Modern Science has largely been neglected by historians, yet the work is worthy of note not least for the fact that to an extent it foreshadows the work of Thomas Kuhn on the history and philosophy of science – a point which Bentley neglects.
In , Butterfield was named professor of modern history at Cambridge. In October , in a burst of prolificness, Butterfield came out with three books: George III, Lord North, and the People, –80; The Origins of Modern Science, –; and Christianity and History. The first was Butterfield’s second and last major work of. The Cambridge History of Science - edited by Katharine Park July The book covers the period from roughly to , which is known to anglophone historians of Europe as the early modern era, a term pregnant with expectations of things to come. Butterfield, Herbert, The Origins of Modern Science, –, rev. ed. (New York Cited by: 6.
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An important aspect of the book that any perspective reader should be aware of is the subtitle, Thus, these origins do not go back to the ancient Greeks or even to Ptolemy. The book does, however, cover Newton, which many books on the origins of science neglect because they stop the story well short of the 17th by: Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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De-Centring the ‘Big Picture’: The Origins of Modern Science and the Modern Origins of Science. Andrew Cunningham & Perry Williams - - British. 1 Herbert Butterfield, The Origins of Modern Science2nd edn, London, The chief rival as an introductory textbook in English is probably The Scientific Revolution The Formation of The Modern Scientific Attitude, New York,by Butterfield's pupil, A.
Rupert Hall, now in its second edition as.Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Origins of Modern Science at The central thesis of historian of science Herbert Butterfield’s () Origins of Modern Science: (, P. 1) is that the type of transition known as a “scientific revolution” was not brought about by new observations or additional evidence, but rather by transpositions in the minds of the scientists.