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Edwin Lankester,John Ray
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978-0405066139
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Arno Press; Facsimile of 1948 ed edition (December 1975)
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The history and philosophy of science (HPS) is an academic discipline that encompasses the philosophy of science and the history of science. Although many scholars in the field are trained primarily as either historians or as philosophers, there are degree-granting departments of HPS at several prominent universities (see below).

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