The scientific intellectual; the psychological and sociological origins of modern science.

New York, Basic Books [1963] .

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Subjects Science -- History.
Science -- Philosophy.
Science and civilization.
Sciences -- Aspect social.
Sciences -- Histoire.
Sciences -- Philosophie.
Sciences et civilisation.
Description 441 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Contents The psychological revolution: the emotional source of the scientific movement -- The Royal Society and the scientists of England -- The nominalist recovery of the sense of reality -- The ethic of the Copernican revolution -- Scientific revolution and counterrevolution in Italy -- Vesalius and the psychological sources of the anatomical revolution -- The comparative sociology of science -- The masochist mode of perception in Asian civilization -- The French revolutionary ethic and science -- The scientific revolution among the Jews -- The scientific intellectual in the United States.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1072239
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WorldCat Identities Feuer, Lewis S. 1912-2002.
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