By Ray Spangenburg
Книга The beginning of technological know-how: precedent days to 1699 The beginning of technology: precedent days to 1699Книги Наука. Техника Автор: Ray Spangenburg, Diane Moser Формат: pdf Страниц: 238 Размер: 2,6 ISBN: 0816048517 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Examining the clinical rules built by way of the early Greek philosophers, the advancements of the center a while and the Renaissance, and the momentous discoveries of the medical Revolution within the seventeenth century, this quantity seems to be on the early years of medical suggestion and discovery. masking figures in addition often called Aristotle and Newton, The start of technological know-how: precedent days to 1699 additionally seems past the explicit contributions of key contributors and gives a extra inclusive, international view of the early days of technological know-how.
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While the many translations of Aristotle were made directly from the Greek into Latin, Islamic scientists made a signal contribution in preserving many writings that had otherwise been lost during the destructive invasions by barbarians in western Europe and Alexandria. The Scholastics: Frozen in Time Along with a group of Christian monastics often referred to as “the Scholastics,” Islamic scientists may have contributed to the great adulation of Aristotle in medieval Europe that saw his ideas as the foundation of all knowledge about the natural world.
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