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  • The History of Science | Peter Whitfield

    The History of Science

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Peter Whitfield
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    The History of Science offers a fascinating overview of the major leaps forward in science across the ages. From the mathematical and medical advances of the ancient world, to the Scientific Revolution in the Renaissance, to the ground-breaking developments of the 20th century, a precise chronological account of progress is given.

  • The Renaissance: In a Nutshell | Peter Whitfield

    The Renaissance: In a Nutshell

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    The fifth in the new Naxos Audiobooks series "In a Nutshell", The Renaissance is a short and accessible introduction to the era that gave us Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Palestrina. The Renaissance swept across Europe between the 14th and 17th centuries, heralding intellectual revolutions in science, art, philosophy and politics, and marking a decisive shift towards modern thinking.

  • Darwin - In a Nutshell | Peter Whitfield

    Darwin - In a Nutshell

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    Naxos AudioBooks launches a new introductory series 'In a Nutshell' with Darwin, marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of the English naturalist. Peter Whitfield explains how Darwin came to his revolutionary views following his voyage on the Beagle - and his initial reluctance to publish his findings.

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