Journal Centaurus , vol. 64.2 (2022)

Centaurus. Journal of the European Society for the History of Science, Volume 64 (2022), Issue 2

  • Pages: 248 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:48 col.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2022

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59853-6
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Articles

    Christophe Sander, Rendering Magnetism Visible. Diagrams and Experiments Between 1300 and 1700

    Alberto Bardi, The Cosmos in your Hand. A Note on Regiomontanus’ Astrological Interests

    Paolo Savoia, Knowing Nature by its Surface: Butchers, Barbers, Surgeons, Gardeners and Physicians in Early Modern Italy

    Christián C. Carman, On Tycho’s Calculation of the Coordinates of Hamal, the Fundamental Star of Tycho’s Catalog

    Fabrizio Li Vigni, Hayek at the Santa Fe Institute. Origins, Models and Organization of the Cradle of Complexity Sciences

    Hein Brookhuis, Transforming Big Science in Belgium Management Consultants and the Reorganization of the Belgian Nuclear Research Center (SCK CEN) 1980-1990

    Marcin Krasnodębski, Lost Green Chemistries: History of Forgotten Environmental Trajectories

    Book Reviews

    Paula S. De VosCompound Remedies: Galenic Pharmacy from the Ancient Mediterranean to New Spain, by Angélica Morales 

    David P. D. Munns & Kärin Nickelsen. Far Beyond the Moon: A History of Life Support Systems in the Space Age, by Michael J. Neufeld

    Josefina Rodríguez-Arribas, Charles Burnett, Silke Ackermann, Ryan Szpiech (eds). Astrolabes in Medieval Cultures, by Sara J. Schechner 

    Rita Felski & Stephen Muecke. Latour and the Humanities, by Juan M. Zaragoza  

    Hoffenberg,Peter H. A Science of our own: Exhibitions and the rise of Australian public science, by Joel Barnes