By: Nicholas Wade
486 pages, B/w illus and figs
&i;`A scholarly account of the observational study of vision rather than a history of experimental vision science. It spans 2500 years, stopping at 1840, about the time that the study of vision began to depend on instruments rather than observations, and moved into labs.'&o; Bob Kentridge in New Scientist
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