The book is dedicated to the role of visual representations in the history of early modern science. It brings together historical case studies from various fields and discusses epistemological questions such as the role of images as mediatory instances between practical and theoretical knowledge, the interaction between images and texts, and the potential of images to synthesize fragments of knowledge to a global picture..2ed % confinil dif.orf, inueApigherewo Pimpete mel termine effrea *** * Edella Parabola, guide la#39;altezza/afaffe minor. ... F, G, **- Ap Ap2 aamp;- * R - - - - In the context of a discussion about the first problem of the Fourth Day, that is, the problem ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Power of Images in Early Modern Science|
|Author||:||Wolfgang Lefèvre, Jürgen Renn, Urs Schoepflin|
|Publisher||:||Birkhäuser - 2012-12-06|