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《科学发展史1700-1900》(The History of Science 1700 to 1900)[MP3]

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    发行时间2003年
    语言英语
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中文名科学发展史1700-1900
英文名The History of Science 1700 to 1900
资源格式MP3
发行时间2003年
地区美国
语言英语
简介

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类  型:编年史教程
价  格:6DVDs: $99.95
出  版:6DVDs: The Teaching Company, LLC.
作  者:Professor Frederick Gregory
朗  读:Professor Frederick Gregory
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官方网址:http://www.teach12.com/

由佛罗里达大学Frederick Gregory教授主讲。

目  录:
Lecture 1: Science in the 18th & 19th Centuries Lecture
Lecture 2: Consolidating Newton's Achievement Lecture
Lecture 3: Theories of the Earth Lecture
Lecture 4: Grappling with Rock Formations Lecture
Lecture 5: Alchemy under Pressure Lecture
Lecture 6: Lavoisier and the New French Chemistry Lecture
Lecture 7: The Classification of Living Things Lecture
Lecture 8: How the Embryo Develops Lecture
Lecture 9: Medical Healers and Their Roles Lecture
Lecture 10: Mesmerism, Science, and the French Revolution Lecture
Lecture 11: Explaining Electricity Lecture
Lecture 12: The Amazing Achievements of Galvani and Volta

The Teaching Company美国最著名的大学教育课程制作公司之一,专门聘请世界一流大学的顶尖级教授讲授大学程度的各种课程,并推出课程的磁带,录像带,CD,DVD和学习手册,因注重学术性,教育性和娱乐性,符合终身学习的时代观念,在业界享有盛誉。由它推出的课程简称为TTC course。

这家教育公司应该是美国生产教育类产品的公司中最权威的一家(它的音频资料中这样介绍它们公司),从它所聘请到的授课教师背景就能看出这一点来,美国高校有50 万教授,为它所挑中的人选有5000人,可谓百里挑一,可以说是美国高校中的精英力量,许多教授在各自校园中都获得过“教师奖”,这种头衔对于一个教授的授课能力来讲是很大的一种肯定。主页的左侧全是关于所授课程的介绍,人文、艺术、宗教学科及社会科学的课程占了比较大的比例。该系列课程在美国市场上公开售价在一万美圆以上!

In the period 1700-1900, kings and empires rose and fell, but science conquered all, taking the world by storm.

Yet, as the 1700s began, the mysteries of the universe were pondered by "natural philosophers"—the term "scientist" didn't even exist until the mid 19th century—whose explanations couldn't help but be influenced by the religious thought and political and social contexts that shaped their world.

The radical ideas of the Enlightenment were especially important and influential. In this course you see how the work of these natural philosophers prepared the way for the more familiar world of science we recognize today.

Understand Two Centuries of Scientific Discoveries from an Unusually Qualified Professor

To navigate this complex a mix of social factors and scientific knowledge requires a teacher of very specialized background. Trained as both a mathematician and seminarian before receiving his doctorate as a scholar of scientific history, Professor Frederick Gregory brings an unusually apt perspective to the era covered by this course. It was a time when the Church's influences on science were often profound.

Dr. Gregory has organized the course around six main themes:

* inquiries into the history of the cosmos
* investigations into the realm of living things
* the largely successful attempt to break away from occult explanations of chemical phenomena
* the contrasting persistence of occult appeals in explaining natural phenomena
* the proliferation of the number and kind of physical forces discovered and investigated, thereby opening up broad vistas for the future
* the recurring theme of the relationship of God to nature.

In moving back and forth across two centuries, the lectures touch on many of the scientific disciplines we know today, including chemistry, biology, physics, astronomy, paleontology, and others. And they often cover in detail famous experiments and discoveries in areas as divergent as electromagnetism, fossil analysis, and medicine.

Beyond Einstein: Familiar Names, and Some Surprises, Too

You will find names that leap out as familiar, like Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Michael Faraday, Louis Pasteur, Max Planck, Antoine Lavoisier, and Albert Einstein.

And you'll meet some of the greatest names in the histories of non-scientific disciplines. These include thinkers as diverse as Immanuel Kant, Johann von Goethe, Herbert Spencer, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Thomas Paine, to name but a few. All of them entered the fray to leave their mark on the annals of scientific inquiry.

But you'll also learn about others within this fledgling scientific community whom you may never have encountered before. Do you know about Nicolas Malebranche ... Jakob Moleschott ... Robert Chambers ... Abraham Werner ... William Whewell ... or a remarkable woman named Mary Somerville?

Though perhaps less familiar than the scientific minds with whom we have grown up, their roles in the developing history of science were equally important.

The Interaction of Science and Society

The discussions of scientific principles always show how science developed and how scientific inquiry influenced, and was influenced by, the culture of which it was a part. Any discussion of such influence, of course, must take into account the impact of religion.

The Church's precepts played a role in investigations in almost every area of natural science, from the mechanical laws that governed the behavior of the universe and the bodies within it to the debate over God's role in embryonic development.

You'll even learn about a ferocious debate over the possibility of extra-terrestrial life that had its roots in the 13th century.

The debate—which Professor Gregory dubs "The Extra-Terrestrial Life Fiasco"—ultimately involved Thomas Aquinas, the papacy (more than once), Thomas Paine, and the Master of Cambridge University's Trinity College.
Captivating Portraits of an Era and Its People

The debate is just one of many episodes that amplify the themes of the course and are simply fascinating in their own right, conveying a vivid portrait of an era and the people who helped shape it.

You'll learn how:

* the already raging firestorm over the possibility of evolution led Darwin to delay publishing his own findings
* the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge was involved in coining the term, "scientist"
* the self-educated daughter of a British naval officer became a major scientific authority in Victorian Britain.

This course will give you a multi-disciplined picture of science in its historical context as it explores the ideas that took the world by storm.

Beyond that obvious benefit, it will also allow you to enjoy a provocative and nuanced look into an era of excitement and exploration, as scientific thought changed and adapted to accommodate a radically changing world.

This history of science series beginning in the 18th century works very well on its own, and is also designed to follow chronologically from Professor Lawrence M. Principe's 36-lecture course on the history of the foundations of science, The History of Science: Antiquity to 1700.

Should I Buy Audio or Video?

This course works well in any format. The DVD version features hundreds of images including portraits of natural scientists, depictions of famous experiments, and helpful charts and diagrams, plus helpful on-screen text highlighting important definitions, important dates, and famous figures in the history of science.

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