The logic of modern physics is a 1927 philosophy of science book by american physicist and nobel laureate percy williams bridgmanthe book was widely read by scholars in the social sciences in which it had a huge influence in the 1930s and 1940s and its major influence on the field of psychology in particular surpassed even that on methodology in physics for which it was originally intended. Overview scientists more than ever before are interested in the logic of science which has been stimulated by various interrelated circumstances including the development of the postulation method in mathematics the unprecedented expansion of modern technology and recent advances in the biological psychological and anthropological sciences that have created a demand for more effective . Among his publications are the logic of modern science psychology and logic and the aim and progress of psychology and other sciences product details hardcover 359 pages publisher university of akron press 1st edition edition july 16 2009 language english isbn 10 0911188401 isbn 13 978 0911188400 product dimensions 62 x 12 x 95 inches shipping weight 13 pounds view . Logic began independently in ancient india and continued to develop to early modern times without any known influence from greek logic medhatithi gautama c 6th century bc founded the anviksiki school of logic the mahabharata 1217345 around the 5th century bc refers to the anviksiki and tarka schools of logic panini c 5th century bc developed a form of logic to which boolean
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