History of Modern Science and Mathematics
Charles Scribner's Sons, 2002
Brian S. Baigrie, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and, University of Toronto
History of Modern Science and Mathematics is an innovative, multi-volume encyclopedia for upper high school, university, and public library users. Organized topically around the various disciplines of science and mathematics--from algebra, anthropology, and astronomy to paleontology, physics, and trigonometry--this comprehensive reference work takes readers through scientific and industrial revolutions, outward to the far limits of space and inward to the tiniest particles.
Special features--on science and society and scientific institutions, for example--highlight and expand the content of the encyclopedia-style entries on each discipline.
"The History of Modern Science and Mathematics will find a home in the reference collection on the history of science. . . Highly recommended for high-school, public, and university libraries." --Starred review, Booklist, December 1, 2002.
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