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Theories of Light: From Descartes to Newton
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The Appropriation and Subsequent Naturalization of Greek Science in Medieval Islam: A Preliminary Statement
A merely kinematic account of the transmission of scientific knowledge from one culture to another (where culture is understood mainly as a spatiotemporal region) would be a description of movementsExpand
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Avicenna on the Subject Matter of Logic
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Situating Arabic Science: Locality versus Essence
L'A. definit et etudie l'axiome de la localite en situant la tradition de la science arabe par rapport a la place que cette tradition occupe dans l'histoire generale des sciences et par rapport a saExpand
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Optics, Astronomy and Logic: Studies in Arabic Science and Philosophy
Contents: Preface The appropriation and subsequent naturalization of Greek science in medieval Islam: a preliminary statement Ibn al-Haytham Explanation of optical reflection and refraction: IbnExpand
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The Enterprise Of Science In Islam New Perspectives
Between A.D. 800 and 1450, the most important centers for the study of what we now call "the exact sciences" - including the mathematical sciences of arithmetic, geometry, and trigonometry and theirExpand
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