Aristotle and Scientific Thought

Parker, Steve (Book - 1995 )
Aristotle and Scientific Thought

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-- Clear and concise biographies of the world's most important and influential scientists -- Traces the development of revolutionary ideas and inventions that continue to shape the way we live -- Complemented by full-color paintings, drawings, and photographs This fascinating book captures the life and times of Aristotle, the ancient Greek philosopher who studied a wide range of subjects and helped shape early scientific beliefs.
Authors: Parker, Steve, 1952-
Title: Aristotle and scientific thought
Publisher: New York : Chelsea House, c1995
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 25 cm
Notes: Includes index
ISBN: 0791030059
Branch Call Number: 921 Arist
Research Call Number: RR1 J 921 Arist P14.95usd
Statement of Responsibility: Steve Parker
Subject Headings: Philosophers Greece Biography Scientists Greece Biography Science Philosophy Aristotle
Topical Term: Philosophers
LCCN: 94008263
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