What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE CRISIS IN SCIENCE
THE HUMANISTIC BIAS OF SCOTTISH SCIENCE
THE CRISIS IN CLASSICS
2 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Aberdeen abstractionist algebra algebraical geometry ancient anglicising apparently arithmetic associated Blackie Brewster Buchanan Caird Cambridge century chair chief classical Commission Commissioners common sense Continental course crisis criticisms cultural curriculum David Brewster debate distinctive doubt Dugald Stewart Edinburgh Edinburgh Academy empiricism England English essays Evangelical fact favour Ferrier fluxional Forbes Forbes's Francis Jeffrey Fraser Glasgow Greek geometry Gregory Honours Hume idea ideal inspired institutions interest involved Jardine John Cairns Kelland Latin learning lectures literary literature Logic Lorimer Maclaurin mathematicians mathematics Melvin metaphysical Michel Chasles modern monism nature numbers object Oxford patriotic peculiar perhaps philosophy of mathematics physics Playfair poetry point of view principle Professor question reform regard Reid rival Ruddiman sceptical scientific Scotch Scotland Scots Scottish education Scottish intellectual Scottish philosophy Scottish Universities Shairp Simson Sir William Hamilton social sort specialisation spirit St Andrews Stewart tendency theory things Whewell