The author challenges common believe in European-only roots of science. He reminds about other, non-European nations (Chinese, Arabs and others) input into the development of science in ancient as well as modern times. Philosophical argumentation for the universality of science is no less important than historical one. He describes both historical and philosophical development that resulted in present...
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