Late Seventeenth-Century Aristotelianism

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Part of the Studies in History and Philosophy of Science book series (AUST, volume 32)

Abstract

The dissemination of the works of Bacon, Harvey and Hobbes did not mark the end of the Aristotelian tradition; rather, with their latent Aristotelianism they promoted the integration of Aristotelian philosophy with the new science.

Keywords

Scientific Knowledge Scientific Method Mental Operation Method Proceeds Logic Deal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MantovaItaly

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