HIST-4726EL – Scientific Enlightenment

An historical examination of the rise of the new approaches to studying, recording and documenting the physical world of natural phenomena, in England and America and on the continent, from origins, through the pivotal years and main protagonists, from Descartes to Laplace c. 1600-1800, to the enduring tradition in the 19th and 20th centuries. PREREQ: related 2000-series course or dept.’s permission. Students may not also receive credit for HIST 4725. (sem 3) cr 3




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