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Let us look first at the concept of laws. Throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth
centuries, scientists assumed that laws of nature—Newton's laws of motion, the
law of gravitation, Boyle's law, the law of evolution, and so forth—had been ...
mists seem to have been first in the field with Gresham's law, and Adam Smith's
laws of the market. Burke appealed to “the laws of commerce, which are the laws
of nature, and consequently the Laws of God.”" Malthus propounded a law of ...
In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries man had already become fully
conscious of the world around him and of its laws. They were no longer the
mysterious decrees of an inscrutable providence, but laws accessible to reason.
But they ...
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Edward Hallett Carr’s What is History? is still a remarkable work of historiography fifty years after it was written. Originally written as a series of lectures at Cambridge University in 1961 the ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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