Encyclopedia of the History of Arabic Science

Encyclopedia of the History of Arabic Science The Arab contribution is fundamental to the history of science mathematics and technology In three volumes this work documents the history and philosopy of Arabic science from the earliest times to

  • Title: Encyclopedia of the History of Arabic Science
  • Author: Roshdi Rashed Régis Morelon
  • ISBN: 9780415020633
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Arab contribution is fundamental to the history of science, mathematics and technology In three volumes, this work documents the history and philosopy of Arabic science from the earliest times to the present day The set as a whole covers seven centuries Thirty chapters, written by an international team of specialists from Europe, America, the Middle East and RussiaThe Arab contribution is fundamental to the history of science, mathematics and technology In three volumes, this work documents the history and philosopy of Arabic science from the earliest times to the present day The set as a whole covers seven centuries Thirty chapters, written by an international team of specialists from Europe, America, the Middle East and Russia cover such areas as astronomy, mathematics, music, engineering, nautical science and scientific institutions It is divided into three volumes astronomy theoretical and applied mathematics and the physical sciences technology, alchemy and life sciences.

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    1. Very technical but an invaluable contribution to the 'medieval' history of astronomy and the crucial roles of Arabic astronomers not only in the transmission of Hellenistic astronomy (through translation) but in challenging and improving upon the Ptolemaic model, as expounded in the Almagest and Planetary Hypotheses.

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