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February 1, 1965 by Free Press .
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The origins of modern science, , Bell (). Considering the part played by the sciences in the story of our Western civilization, it is hardly possible to doubt the importance which the history of science will sooner or later acquire both in its own right and as the bridge which has been so long needed in between the Arts and the. George III and the Historians by Herbert Butterfield and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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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.
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InHerbert Butterfield, in The Origins of Modern Science,summoned historians to take seriously a development he considered at least as important as the Renaissance and Reformation. 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.
InButterfield was named professor of modern history at Cambridge. In Octoberin 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 towhich 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. (New York Cited by: 6. The Origins of Modern Science, Pp. x, New York: The Macmillan Company, $ This remarkable book, published in Eng-land in and a year later in the United States, consists of a series of lectures de-livered for the History of Science Com-mittee in Cambridge.
Professor Butterfield. The Origins of Modern Science Paperback – Apr 1 by Herbert Butterfield (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" /5(4). E L Hebden Taylor 'The reformation and the development of modern science' Churchman 82 (2) (): The Reformation and the Development of Modern Science BY E.
HEBDEN TAYLOR Since the end of the Second World War the historians of science have tended to push the origins of the so-called ‘scientific revolution’ from the mid-seventeenth.
The Origins of Modern Science,History and Human Relations, Contains the essay "Moral Judgments in History". The Reconstruction of an Historical Episode: The History of the Enquiry into the Origins of the Seven Years' War, Liberty in the Modern World, Christianity in European History, In The Origins of Modern Science: – ( and later editions), widely used as a course text, Herbert Butterfield, a political historian working mainly from secondary sources, wrote a compact summary of the Scientific Revolution, one that emphasized the importance of conceptual transformation rather than the infusion of new empirical.
Butterfield's Originsand the Scientific Revolution Charles C. Gillispie Forthose of us attempting to inaugu-rate teaching of the history of science after the war, HerbertButterfield's Ori-gins of Modern Science, was literally a godsend.
He began the cultivation of a largely untilled field like a deus ex machina bestriding. The birthplace of modern medicine. history professor and vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge, wrote in his book The Origins of Modern Science.
A later reading, popularized post-War by works such as Herbert Butterfield's The Origins of Modern Science, (London: Bell, ), was equally individualistic, but by contrast stressed conceptual breakthroughs, leading to Thomas Kuhn's influential notion of "paradigm shifts.".
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