Freeing Astronomy from Philosophy: An Aspect of Islamic Influence on Science

@article{Ragep2001FreeingAF,
  title={Freeing Astronomy from Philosophy: An Aspect of Islamic Influence on Science},
  author={F. J. Ragep and Alī al-Qūshjī},
  journal={Osiris},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={49 - 71}
}
Dans cet article, l'auteur se concentre sur l'influence de l'Islam sur le developpement de l'astronomie. Apres avoir propose l'etude d'un cas precis, l'auteur rappelle qu'il n'y avait pas un point de vue islamique unique, mais bien un ensemble de courants divergents dependant de facteurs intellectuels, individuels et historiques varies... 
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