Book ID: CBB000503116

Religious Values and the Rise of Science in Europe (2005)


Description The majority of the articles in this book were presented at the workshop titled “Science and Human Values,” organized by the European Science Foundation in cooperation with IRCICA and the Turkish Society for History of Science (6--7 October 2001, IRCICA Istanbul). A major theme of the book is the reception of Copernican astronomy, with comparisons between Catholic, Lutheran, Calvinist, and Ottoman responses. Contributing authors include: John Brooke, John North, Peter Barker, Charlotte Methuen, Anne-Charlott Trepp, Kenneth Howell, Paolo Ponzio, Mariano Artigas, Rafael Martínez, William Shea, Robert Iliffe, Ekmeleddin İhsanoǧlu, and Sonja Brentjes.

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Review Davis, Edward B. (2006) Review of "Religious Values and the Rise of Science in Europe". Journal for the History of Astronomy (p. 489). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Fabbri, Natacha
Ben-Zaken, Avner
Livingstone, David N.
Cheng, Yu-Yin
Galilei, Galileo
Bucciantini, Massimo
British Journal for the History of Science
Journal of World History
Journal of Early Modern History
Intellectual History of the Islamicate World
Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Cambridge University Press
Georgetown University
York University (Canada)
Science and religion
Arab/Islamic world, civilization and culture
Cross-cultural comparison
Galilei, Galileo
Copernicus, Nicolaus
Kepler, Johannes
Duret, Noël
al-Zigetvari Tezkireci, Ibrahim Efendi
Lyly, John,
Time Periods
17th century
Early modern
18th century
16th century
19th century
Ottoman Empire
Persia (Iran)
Jesuits (Society of Jesus)

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