Studies in the History and Method of Science, vol. 1 (of 2) by Singer and Osler

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Editor Singer, Charles, 1876-1960
Author of introduction, etc. Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919
Title Studies in the History and Method of Science, vol. 1 (of 2)
Contents The scientific views and visions of Saint Hildegard (1098-1180) / Charles Singer -- Vitalism / J.W. Jenkinson -- A study in early renaissance anatomy, with a new text: The Anothomia of Hieronymo Manfredi, transcribed and tr. by A. Mildred Westland / Charles Singer -- The blessing of cramp-rings; a chapter in the history of the treatment of epilepsy / Raymond Crawfurd -- Dr. John Weyer and the witch mania / E.T. Withington -- The 'Tractatus de causis et indiciis morborum', attributed to Maimonides / Reuben Levy -- Scientific discovery and logical proof / F.C.S. Schiller.
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Subject Medicine -- History
Subject Science -- History
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