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A Scientist's Voice in American Culture: Hardback: University of California Press: 9780520076891: 23 Sep 1992: A study of Simon Newcomb - nation's most celebrated scientist in the United States in the late 19th century. It traces the development of his faith in science and ranges over topics of public debate, from the reform of economic theory to the recasting of the debate between science and religion. In late nineteenth-century America, Simon Newcomb was the nation's most celebrated scientist andirascibly, doggedly, tirelesslyhe made the most of it. Officially a mathematical astronomer heading a government agency, Newcomb spent as much of his life out of the observatory as in it, acting as a spokesman for the nascent but restive scientific community of his time. Newcomb saw the "scientific method" as a potential guide for all disciplines and a basis for all practical action, and argued passionately that it was of as much use in the halls of Congress as in the laboratory. In so doing, he not only sparked popular support for American science but also confronted a wide spectrum of social, cultural, and intellectual issues. This first full-length study of Newcomb traces the development of his faith in science and ranges over topics of great public debate in the Gilded Age, from the reform of economic theory to the recasting of the debate between science and religion. Moyer's portrait of a restless, eager mind also illuminates the bustle of late nineteenth-century America. Biography: General, , , , A Scientist's Voice in American Culture, Albert E. Moyer, 9780520076891, University of California Press, , , , ,, [PU: University of California Press]

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In late nineteenth-century America, Simon Newcomb was the nation''s most celebrated scientist and—irascibly, doggedly, tirelessly—he made the most of it. Officially a mathematical astronomer heading a government agency, Newcomb spent as much of his life out of the observatory as in it, acting as a spokesman for the nascent but restive scientific community of his time.Newcomb saw the scientific method as a potential guide for all disciplines and a basis for all practical action, and argued passionately that it was of as much use in the halls of Congress as in the laboratory. In so doing, he not only sparked popular support for American science but also confronted a wide spectrum of social, cultural, and intellectual issues. This first full-length study of Newcomb traces the development of his faith in science and ranges over topics of great public debate in the Gilded Age, from the reform of economic theory to the recasting of the debate between science and religion. Moyer''s portrait of a restless, eager mind also illuminates the bustle of late nineteenth-century America. Albert E. Moyer, Books, Science and Nature, Science, Other Sciences, History, A Scientist's Voice In American Culture: Simon Newcomb and the Rhetoric of Scientific Method Books>Science and Nature>Science>Other Sciences>History, University of California Press

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Moyer, Albert E.

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A Scientist's Voice in American Culture: Simon Newcomb & the Rhetoric of Scientific Method

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9780520076891

In late nineteenth-century America, Simon Newcomb was the nation's most celebrated scientist and--irascibly, doggedly, tirelessly--he made the most of it. Officially a mathematical astronomer heading a government agency, Newcomb spent as much of his life out of the observatory as in it, acting as a spokesman for the nascent but restive scientific community of his time.Newcomb saw the "scientific method" as a potential guide for all disciplines and a basis for all practical action, and argued passionately that it was of as much use in the halls of Congress as in the laboratory. In so doing, he not only sparked popular support for American science but also confronted a wide spectrum of social, cultural, and intellectual issues. This first full-length study of Newcomb traces the development of his faith in science and ranges over topics of great public debate in the Gilded Age, from the reform of economic theory to the recasting of the debate between science and religion. Moyer's portrait of a restless, eager mind also illuminates the bustle of late nineteenth-century America.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780520076891
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0520076893
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1992
Herausgeber: UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR
328 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,662 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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