Transmitting Knowledge: Words, Images, and Instruments in Early Modern Europe
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Transmitting Knowledge: Words, Images, and Instruments in Early Modern Europe

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The period between the fifteenth and the middle of the seventeenth centuries saw a great many changes and innovations in scientific thinking. These were communicated to various publics in diverse ways; not only through discursive prose and formal notations, but also in the form of instruments and images accompanying texts. The collected essays of this volume examine the mo...more
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Published June 1st 2006 by OUP Oxford
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