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I. SCIENCE IN THE DARK AGE
II. MEDIAEVAL SCIENCE AMONG THE ARABIANS
IV. THE NEW COSMOLOGY--COPERNICUS TO KEPLER AND GALILEO
V. GALILEO AND THE NEW PHYSICS
VI. TWO PSEUDO-SCIENCES--ALCHEMY AND ASTROLOGY
VII. FROM PARACELSUS TO HARVEY
VIII. MEDICINE IN THE SIXTEENTH AND SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES
IX. PHILOSOPHER-SCIENTISTS AND NEW INSTITUTIONS OF LEARNING
X. THE SUCCESSORS OF GALILEO IN PHYSICAL SCIENCE
XI. NEWTON AND THE COMPOSITION OF LIGHT
XII. NEWTON AND THE LAW OF GRAVITATION
XIII. INSTRUMENTS OF PRECISION IN THE AGE OF NEWTON
XIV. PROGRESS IN ELECTRICITY FROM GILBERT AND VON GUERICKE TO
XV. NATURAL HISTORY TO THE TIME OF LINNAeUS
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A History of Science (Volume 2)

A History of Science (Volume 2)

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