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ISBN: 1615300295
Author: Kathleen Kuiper
Language: English
Publisher: Rosen Education Service; 1 edition (February 1, 2010)
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The Britannica Guide to Turning Points in History). The Britannica Guide to Turning Points in History (4 books). Books by Kathleen Kuiper

The Britannica Guide to Turning Points in History). There was a time when people assumed that the world was flat. In short, theories and ideas can be potent agents of changenone more so than those that are extensively detailed in this book. Fascinating photographs and illustrations accompany the narrative.

Series: Turning Points in History. 4. Philosophy, Modern-History. B69 2010 901-dc22 2009048166 On the cover: Nicolaus Copernicus’s heliocentric concept of the solar system is but one of the theories and ideas that have had a profound effect on humankind throughout the ages. Kean Collection/Hulton Archive/Getty Images. CONTENTS Introduction. This book examines the theories and ideas that have inextricably altered the foundation of existence-atomic theory, evolution, absolutism, Modernism, and natural law among them.

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Britannica - the history of philosophy -. - ● ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY: From 600 BCE to 500 CE ● MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY: From 500 to 1500 CE ● MODERN PHILOSOPHY: From 1500 CE to the Present. BrHPh Ancient Philosophy. Britannica - turning points in history -. - ● The Britannica Guide. to EXPLORERS AND EXPLORATIONS That Changed the Modern World ● The Britannica Guide to INVENTIONS That Changed the Modern World. BrTPH Explorers and Explorations.

Guide to Theories and Ideas That Changed the Modern World. Part of the The Britannica Guide to Turning Points in History Series). Once an alternate theory was proposed, the original notion was challenged and, eventually, disproved. Format: Library Binding.

In short, theories and ideas can be potent agents of changenone more so than those that are extensively detailed in this . Turning Points in History.

In short, theories and ideas can be potent agents of changenone more so than those that are extensively detailed in this book. Rosen Education Service.

April 27, 2011 History . found in the catalog. Are you sure you want to remove The Britannica Guide to Theories and Ideas That Changed the Modern World from your list? The Britannica Guide to Theories and Ideas That Changed the Modern World. by Britannica Educational Publishing. Readers will see the world in a while new light after learning about the social movements, inventions, explorers, and theories that have created our society's substrate.

There was a time when people assumed that the world was flat. Once an alternate theory was proposed, the original notion was challenged and, eventually, disproved. In short, theories and ideas can be potent agents of changenone more so than those that are extensively detailed in this book. Fascinating photographs and illustrations accompany the narrative.

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