Chemistry was for them a branch of natural science; of late years it has too much tended to degenerate into a handicraft.
It was also rich in natural science, topography, and antiquities.
He was fond of books in general, but those that dealt with natural science and Indian craft were very close to his heart.
He was disciplined in all the natural science of his predecessors.
Aristotle's philosophy is a marvel—for his time: but his theory of the Universe is no more tenable than his natural science.
With their reason they cannot but accept the ideas of natural science.
The most copious collections relate to the study of medicine and natural science.
The bottom shelf of all was full of books on natural science.
This is one complete system of philosophy,—materialism in natural science, humanism in ethics.
natural science has something to say when the phenomena of nature are in question.
|natural science |
A science, such as biology, chemistry, or physics, that deals with the objects, phenomena, or laws of nature and the physical world.