The years 1880–1920 saw major breakthroughs in several areas of scientific inquiry, which had an immediate effect, once fully realized, on various aspects of humans’ perception and their sense of their relation to the world. Just as in other areas of inquiry included in this book, such as philosophy, or concepts of society, these breakthroughs in themselves did much to question long-held presumptions about the laws and systems which govern life.
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