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The scientific imagination: case studies
[ANTONIO] ALIOTTA, The idealistic reaction against science, [facsimile of 1914 ed.], New York, Arno Press, 1976, 8vo, pp. xxii, 483, $28.00 JOHN R. BAKER, Thefreedom ofscience, [facsimiles of TheExpand
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The Poggendorff Illusion in Descent from the Cross by Rubens
  • D. Topper
  • Art, Medicine
  • Perception
  • 1 December 1984
A comparison of the painting Descent from the Cross by Rubens with the earlier oil sketch reveals that Rubens discovered the Poggendorff illusion.
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Depth Perception in Linear and Inverse Perspective Pictures
The range of pictorial depth perception was tested with four pictures from the repertoire of European art, rather than the customary line drawings or photographs. These pictures included thoseExpand
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Interrelationships of the Arts, Sciences and Technology: A Bibliographic Up-Date
The authors present a supplement to their previous bibliography, published in Leonardo in 1980, which covered texts dealing either explicitly or implicitly with interrelationships between the visualExpand
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Interrelationships between the Visual Arts, Science and Technology: A Bibliography
The authors have prepared a bibliography of texts dealing either explicitly or implicitly with interrelationships between the visual arts, science and technology, but excluding the scientificExpand
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Current literature
A listing of new books of interest to engineers in radio and allied fields from the publishers' announcements.
Current literature
Bonnie Wilder’s Arr ond Technology falls somewhere between a work-book (there are blank pages for the reader t o jot down notes) and a schematic reference list. Except for a few introductoryExpand
Current Literature
A listing of new books of interest to engineers in radio and allied fields from the publishers' announcements.
T.L. Hankins, R.J. Silverman, Instruments and the Imagination
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