By Lois N. Magner
I skimmed this publication for heritage info, and used to be inspired that Magner's didn't interpret and decide historic historical past on a contemporary technological know-how foundation, yet quite offered and evaluated each one scientist as he handled the knowledge he had, answering the questions provided to him via the tradition during which he lived. Magner additionally did rather well explaining clinical principles to me -- a slightly scientifically proficient, yet non-science significant.
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Extra resources for A History of the Life Sciences, Revised and Expanded
The Muses had been associated with philosophical studies since the time of Pythagoras. The evolution of the Museum in Alexandria into something like the ancient equivalent of a modern research university was, however, unique.
One of Empedocles' most significant insights, in terms of the history of science, was his attempt to explain the process of respiration in terms of an experimental demonstration concerning the physical nature of air. Empedocles seemed to think that the blood oscillated in the body like the tides of the ocean, so that the motion of the blood drove air into and out of the body. Empedocles compared the movement of the air into and out of the body with the movement of liquid in a clepsydra, or "water-stealer," a device rather like a pipette.
After a year spent in exile at Chalcis, the philosopher died. Although the bulk of Aristotle's works survived, there are gaps and uncertainties as to the order in which they were written. Some of the texts were apparently edited by his collaborators, and some might even be student notes reflecting a garbled version of what Aristotle really said and thought. A gift for organizing, arranging, and even appropriating other people's material and recognizing affinities enabled Aristotle to discuss almost every field of human knowledge.
A History of the Life Sciences, Revised and Expanded by Lois N. Magner