Situating Arabic Science: Locality versus Essence

@article{Sabra1996SituatingAS,
  title={Situating Arabic Science: Locality versus Essence},
  author={A. I. Sabra},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1996},
  volume={87},
  pages={654 - 670}
}
  • A. Sabra
  • Published 1 December 1996
  • Sociology
  • Isis
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 sa place dans la civilisation d'ou elle emerge 
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