Mechanics and Natural Philosophy before the Scientific Revolution



Mechanics and Natural Philosophy before the Scientific Revolution
Publisher: Springer | ISBN: 1402059663 | edition 2008 | File type: PDF | 306 pages | 11 mb
This volume deals with a variety of moments in the history of mechanics when conflicts arose within one textual tradition, between different traditions, or between textual traditions and the wider world of practice. Its purpose is to show how the accommodations sometimes made in the course of these conflicts ultimately contributed to the emergence of modern mechanics. The first part of the volume is concerned with ancient mechanics and its transformations in the Middle Ages; the second part with the reappropriation of ancient mechanics and especially with the reception of the Pseudo-Aristotelian Mechanica in the Renaissance; and the third and final part, with early-modern mechanics in specific social, national, and institutional contexts.


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