What’s wrong with talking about the Scientific Revolution? Applying lessons from history of science to applied fields of science studies
Since the mid-twentieth century, the ‘Scientific Revolution’ has arguably occupied centre stage in most westerners’, and many non-westerners’, conceptions of science history. Yet among history of science specialists that position has been profoundly contested. Most radically, historians Andrew Cunningham and Perry Williams in 1993 proposed to demolish the prevailing ‘big picture’ which posited that the Scientific Revolution marked the origin of modern science. They proposed a new big picture in...[Show more]
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