Jin Introduction to the History of Science

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A highly accessible introductory history of the development of scientific thought, method, and application from the first practical concepts of time and space (Babylonia, Egypt) to the development of the first successful heavier-than-air flying machine (Langley) and the discovery of radioactivity (Curie).

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Cover image: Tycho Brahe Mural Quadrant, 16th century.

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