ASTR 103 - References, Astronomy as Science

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1/15/12 ASTR 103 - References, Astronomy as Science 1/1 physics.gmu.edu/±jevans/astr103/References/ref_astronomyScience.html ASTR 103 - References Astronom\ as Science Last Modification: January 20, 2004 1. Bronowski, J. The Ascent of Man. Little, Brown, 1973. 2. Davidson, M. The Stars and the Mind: A Stud\ of the Impact of Astronomical Development on Human Thought. Gordon Press, 1976. 3. Harrison, E. Masks of the Universe. Macmillan, 1985. 4. Holton, G., revised b\ S. Brush.
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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Concepts and Theories in Ph\sical Science, 2nd ed. Princeton Universit\ Press, 1985. 5. Kuhn, T. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Universit\ of Chicago Press, 1962. 6. Trefil, J. Reading the Mind of God. Scribner's, Macmillan Publishing, 1989. ± 1995, J. C. Evans Physics & Astronomy Department, George Mason University Maintained by J. C. Evans; [email protected]..
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