Thomas Dick


Thomas Dick

Thomas Dick (24 novembre 1774 à Dundee - 29 juillet 1857), était un révérend, professeur de sciences et écrivain écossais, notable pour ses travaux sur l'astronomie et de philosophie, combinant science et christianisme, et désamorçant la tension entre les deux.


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