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Almagest (ALMAGEST 5/2)

Almagest, International journal for the History of Scientific Ideas, 2014/2

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144 p., 160 x 240 mm, 2014
ISBN: 978-2-503-55488-4
Languages: French, English
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Thematic issue: Scientific cosmopolitanism

George N. Vlahakis, "Scientific Cosmopolitanism. An Introduction" 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103563
Suzanne Débarbat, Simone Dumont, « Johann Karl Buckhardt, un Allemand de Gotha à Paris » 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103564
Rita Meyer-Spasche, "Cosmopolitan Oscar Buneman (1913-1993): his serpentine path from Milan to Stanford" 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103565
Charlotte Wahl, "Between cosmopolitanism and nationalism. The role of expatriates in the dissemination of Leibniz’s differential calculus" 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103566
Peeter Müürsepp, "Dawn of the New Enlightenment" 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103567
Maria Terdimou, "The unsolved equation: Mathematics at the University of Athens during the 19th century" 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103568

Carlos M. Madrid Casado, "The Depiction of Science in the Paintings of the Museo del Prado. Science and Art in the Spanish Empire (16th -18th century)" 10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103569

Book reviews
Efthymios Nicolaidis, "Jean-Luc Fournet and Anne Tihon, Conformément aux observations d’Hipparque: le papyrus Fouad inv. 267A"10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103570
Eudoxie Delli, « Michel Blay, Dieu, la nature et l’homme. L’originalité de l’Occident »10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103571
Gianna Katsiampoura, "Matteo Martelli, The Four Books of Pseudo-Democritus"10.1484/J.ALMAGEST.5.103572

Interest Classification:
Sciences & Technology
History of Science
Medieval & Renaissance History (c.400-1500)
Medieval European history (400-1500) : local & regional history
Balkans & Near East

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