To Ask the Proper Questions: The History of Science as Told by Books

From the writings of Francis Bacon and Vitruvius to the 20th-century environmental science of Rachel Carson, the history of science has been given shape by monumental achievements in writing. These books have served as milestones which changed the course of human affairs; their discoveries (and false starts) continue to shape our social and technological discourse to this day. Here we present a first-hand look at some of these iconic texts, dating from the 17th to the 20th century.

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