Journal Almagest, vol. 10/1

Almagest, International Journal for the History of Scientific Ideas, 2019/1

Science and Imagination

  • Pages: 135 p.
  • Size:160 x 240 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2019

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-58676-2
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    George N. Vlahakis, Science and Imagination: An Introduction

    Dustin Hellberg, Close Encounters of the Tertiary Kind: Science Fiction as Tertiary Epic

    Veronika Altashina, Probability and Expectation in Pascal's Pensées

    Rainer Godel, Why Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa Became a Role Model. On Johann Georg Zimmermann’s Biography of Albrecht von Haller

    Gunhild Berg, Experimenters versus Magicians: Poetic Strategies of an Intertextual Rivalry in 19th Century German Fiction

    Sophia Denissi, Gulliver’s "Travels" through the European Sea to the Land of 19th century Greek Translations

    Christèle Couleau, Is Science a Foil? Indirect Powers of the Novelistic speech in Jules Verne's Work

    Panagiotis Lazos, Around the Moon. False Scientific Ideas in the Famous Book of Jules Verne

    George N. Vlahakis, Political and Ideological Views of Jules Verne: A Consideration through his Books.

    Maria Terdimou, Elements of Mathematics and Astronomy in the Work of Jules Verne