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The Resource The Bright Dark Ages : Comparative and Connective Perspectives

The Bright Dark Ages : Comparative and Connective Perspectives

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The Bright Dark Ages : Comparative and Connective Perspectives
Title
The Bright Dark Ages
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Comparative and Connective Perspectives
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Knowledge Infrastructure and Knowledge Economy Ser
The Bright Dark Ages : Comparative and Connective Perspectives
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The Bright Dark Ages : Comparative and Connective Perspectives
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Contents
Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 The Descent of Theory -- Chapter 2 Philosophical Implications of Connective Histories of Science -- Chapter 3 Kuhn, Nisbett, Thought Experiments, and the Needham Question -- Chapter 4 Anthropocosmic Processes in the Anthropocene: Revisiting Quantum Mechanics vs. Chinese Cosmology Comparison -- Chapter 5 Ibn al-Haytham and the Experimental Method -- Chapter 6 Averroes and the Development of a Late Medieval Mechanical Philosophy -- Chapter 7 Barbarous Algebra, Inferred Axioms: Indic Rhythms and Echoes in the Rise of Western Exact Science -- Chapter 8 The Transfer of Geographic Knowledge of Afro-Eurasia in the "Bright" Middle Ages: Cases of Late Medieval European Maps of the World -- Chapter 9 Jamu: The Indigenous Medical Arts of the Indonesian Archipelago -- Chapter 10 From Zero to Infinity: The Indian Legacy of the Bright Dark Ages -- Chapter 11 The Needham Question and Southeast Asia: Comparative and Connective Perspectives -- Chapter 12 Rethinking the Needham Question: Why Should Islamic Civilization Give Rise to the Scientific Revolution? -- Chapter 13 The Greatest Mistake: Teleology, Anthropomorphism, and the Rise of Science -- Chapter 14 Rescuing Science from Civilisation: On Joseph Needham's "Asiatic Mode of (Knowledge) Production" -- Index of Names -- Index of Subjects
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (301 pages)
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9789004264199
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