This is an extract from the Sarah Tryphena Phillips Lecture in American History delivered
by Mr Godfrey Hodgson, on 26 October 1999 at the British Academy.
The whole article can be downloaded as a PDF file.
Published in Review, July-December 1999.
These extracts are taken from the Italian Lecture, delivered by Professor Nicholas Mann FBA, on 9 November 1999 at the British Academy.
Notes by Sir Tony Wrigley, President of the British Academy, for the July-December 1999 issue of the [British Academy] Review.
These extracts are taken from the third annual ‘British Academy Lecture’, delivered by Professor Sir Geoffrey Lloyd FBA on 18 November 1999 at the British Academy. He considers below three case studies taken from the ancient world illustrating the different conditions under which scientific investigations were carried out.