3 edition of Constructing knowledge in the history of science found in the catalog.
Constructing knowledge in the history of science
by Universityof Chicago Press
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Arnold Thackray.|
|Series||Osiris series -- v.10.|
|Contributions||Thackray, Arnold, 1939-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
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Building Knowledge, Constructing Histories is a must-have for academics, scientists, building conservators, architects, historians, engineers, designers, contractors and other professionals involved or interested in the field of construction history. This is volume 1 of the book set. “Science” and “Religion”: Constructing the Boundaries Peter Harrison / Bond University Over the past decade, a number of historians of science have expressed strong reservations about whether their particular subject of interest actually has much of a history. Science, as the discipline is currentlyCited by:
The history of science is the study of the development of science, including both the natural and social sciences (the history of the arts and humanities is termed history of scholarship).Science is a body of empirical, theoretical, and practical knowledge about the natural world, produced by scientists who emphasize the observation, explanation, and prediction of real-world phenomena. Required Book Purchases (Fall ) The Unsustainable Progress Narrative: Jan Golinski’s Making Natural Knowledge; Taking Constructivist Criticism: A Review of Making Natural Knowledge:Constructivism and the History of Science; Book Review: Reading Golinkski’s “Constructivist Bible” in its Third Decade.
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Lindberg. History of East Asian science \/ N. Shigeru -- Knowledge constructed by discipline. : Osiris, Volume Constructing Knowledge in the History of Science (Volume 10) (): Thackray, Arnold: Books.
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The book offes an in-depth analysis of children's experiences and preception of their own learning at a Government Primary School in India. [It] will be of particular interest to anyone involved in Primary Education in both "developing countires" and the UK. Book Review: Constructing Culture of Science: Communication of Science in India and China Article (PDF Available) in Science Communication 35(4) June with 55 ReadsAuthor: Jagadish Thaker.A historical look at styles of technological research and design.
If it is true, as Tocqueville suggested, that social and class systems shape technology, research, and knowledge, then the effects should be visible both at the individual level and at the level of technical institutions and local environments. That is the central issue addressed in Constructing a Bridge, a tale of two cultures.Building Knowledge, Constructing Histories brings together the papers presented at the Sixth International Congress on Construction History (6ICCH, Brussels, Belgium, July ).
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