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The history of science : origins and results of the scientific revolution : a symposium; London : Cohen & West, 1951; The following chapters were originally delivered as a series of broadcast talks to sixth forms during 1949-1950""-- P. [5]"";""Dante's view of the universe / by Herbert Butterfield -- Why was science backward in the middle ages? / M. Postan -- Copernicus and the planets / by Herbert Dingle -- Bacon and the experimental method / C.D. Broad -- Harvey and the circulation of the blood / Sir Henry Dale -- Development of scientific instruments in the seventeenth century / S. Lilley -- Newton and his universe / Herbert Butterfield -- How the scientific revolution of the seveenth century affected other branches of thought / Basil Willey -- The birth of modern chemistry / by Douglas McKie -- Scientific development of the early nineteenth century / F. Sherwood Taylor -- Pasteur and problems presented by bacteria / by Hugh Clegg -- The origin of species / by C.F.A. Pantin -- Darwin and his universe / by Canon C.E. Raven -- The development of electricity / by J.A. Ratcliffe -- The atom / by Sir Lawrence Bragg -- Science today / by M.L. Oliphant""

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