Revolution and Change in Science

Lecture #1 from my course, History of Science II (since 1700). The course is an introduction for non-majors, the majority of whom are taking it for a distributional requirement in “Science & Society” and, frankly, probably don’t care about the content in any meaningful way. This creates some interesting pedagogical challenges.

About John M. Lynch

teacher, historian, biologist, beer snob. not necessarily in that order.
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