By James Clerk Maxwell
Within the e-book the writer has eloquently awarded and defined convinced phenomenon and diversified ideas of physics. the author has controlled to provide distinctive description for, not just the rules at the back of numerous actual phenomenons but additionally commented upon tips on how to educate the technology.
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3. Greek notions of science and progress 17 steady growth of knowledge. L. Edelstein demonstrated quite convincingly that classical Antiquity was not unaware of the idea of progress. 46 One should beware, however, of taking an idea for an ideology. The popular 19th-century conviction that in the future we will experience constant improvement in all spheres of human life is not to be found in Antiquity. The Greek notion of progress was based preeminently, though not exclusively, on achievements in human knowledge and technology and hence proved much more limited than the 19th-century one.
Eudoxus was the first to arrange the couches at a banquet in a semicircle (D. L. VIII, 88). Some of these testimonies come from people who are hardly to be suspected of idle talk, for example, Aristotle (Pol. ). But what is important for us now is not so much their historical reliability as the tendency, carried to extremes, to regard any, even the most insignificant element of civilization as the result of somebody’s research and discovery. Because of the growing number of new pro¯toi heuretai, gods and cultural heroes are pushed gradually into the background, particularly with regard to discoveries made within the horizon of history.
3. Greek notions of science and progress 19 Scientific problems are sooner or later solved, if they are correctly posed, or withdrawn, if they are incorrectly posed, while genuinely philosophical problems (not technical ones, like those of logic) have never received generally recognized and irrefutable solutions. Since there are no a priori reasons to believe that the differences between philosophy and science change with time, we may expect them to have manifested themselves already at the earliest period of their synchronic development in ancient Greece.
5 James Maxwell Papers by James Clerk Maxwell