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  title={Plague and Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean World: The Ottoman Experience, 1347–1600},
  author={N{\"u}khet Varlık},
Avrupa’da 17.-18. yüzyıllarda daha etkin bir çerçevede şekillenen ve bilimsel devrimin oluşumunda önemli katkılar yapan Respublica Literaria, dönemin akademileriyle birlikte çalışan bir çeşit sınır tanımayan bilim insanları cumhuriyeti mahiyetinde iş görmüştür. Evren ve doğayla ilgili tükenmez bir meraka ve araştırma ruhuna sahip olan bu bilim insanları, dönemin üniversitelerinin hâlâ devam eden skolastik eğitim anlayışları dolayısıyla genellikle akademilerde bir araya gelmişler veya bazen günd… 
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