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The Scientific Background to Modern Philosophy Selected Readings by Michael R. Matthews

The Scientific Background to Modern Philosophy Selected Readings


The Scientific Background to Modern Philosophy Selected Readings by Michael R. Matthews

A supplementary text for courses in the history of modern philosophy, helping to link developments in modern science and modern philosophy.


Students will find it approachable and accessible, and they will have at their fingertips a good deal of material for discussion of theories of matter and method in seventeenth-century science. --Catherine Wilson, in Canadian Philosophical Review

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Publication date

1st May 1989


Michael R. Matthews

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Hackett Publishing Co, Inc


172 pages


History of Western philosophy



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