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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Asa Gray, Horse Breeding, Social Darwinism

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5 Mar 2013
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

Lecture 2

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28 Jan 2011
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

lecture notes

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9 Feb 2011
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Claims there have been lots of revolutions in the history of science. Scientific revolution, many historians are skeptical as to evaluate that time as
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Glen Roy, Lamarckism, Heredity

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12 Mar 2013
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

HPS211 2013.02.5 Lecture Notes

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5 Mar 2013
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Where magnetism comes from is not explained in his system. Did not offer an explanation of where magnetism or electricity came from but did present som
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UTSGHPS211H1noahstemeroffWinter

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Scientific Revolution, Whiggism, Whig History

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9 Mar 2016
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Conventional stories of science and discoveries are oversimplified. Whig history: treats the past as stepping stones to the present and assumes that th
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UTSGHPS211H1noahstemeroffWinter

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deferent And Epicycle, Inverse-Square Law, Natural Philosophy

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9 Mar 2016
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Events of 16th and 17th c. were looked back on as a reflowering of the human intellect . Astronomy was a popular topic, but it was only held to deal wo
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UTSGHPS211H1Chen- Pang YeangSummer

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Caloric Theory, Thermal Conduction, Capillary Action

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18 May 2012
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4 chronological division: age of reason (18th c. , high modernity (19th c. , turn of the century (late 19th to mid-20th c. , the world we live in (afte
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Social Skills

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5 Mar 2013
77
Wrote the influential book after studying history of science after considering that the way people record science is wrong. Stressed that we need to st
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

Lecture 4

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28 Jan 2011
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Leyden Jar, Voltaic Pile, German Idealism

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5 Mar 2013
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Basic idea that there is a finite amount of energy and it changes form. Work, force: energy physicists wanted to understand heat, force, work relations
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UTSGHPS211H1Curtis ForbesWinter

HPS211H1 Lecture Notes - Quantum Field Theory, Mechanics

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12 Mar 2013
36
Electron being represented by wave function in nature two distinct probability functions superposition of states cannot find electron. Box with cat and
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