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Comment: Wolf, A. author, McKie, Douglas compilation. 1968. Peter Smith. Second edition. Hardcover. Vol I. xvi + 349 pp. Vol II. xv + 336 pp. No dust jackets. Spine bumped both volumes, front and back boards bumped and rubbed. Bindings tight. Pages clean and un-marked in both volumes. Endemic soiling on page edges on both volumes. NOT ex-library. Written by the western rationalist philosopher, Dr. A Wolf of the University of London School of Economics. Dr. Wolf wrote of the close relationship of three centuries of scientific and philosophical evolution and innovation. The book is written for the general reader and outlines all of the foundations, also the major and minor figures, involved in the slow, but steady, march into the modern scientific era. The text also includes diagrams of scientific apparatus and instruments used during these centuries. This is a wonderful historical resource. All proceeds go to the Sacramento Public Library. Thank you for your interest in this book.
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History of Science Technology and Philosophy in the 16th & 17th Centuries Hardcover – June, 1968

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