By Georgia L. Irby
A significant other to technology, know-how, and medication in historical Greece and Rome brings a clean point of view to the examine of those disciplines within the historical global, with 60 chapters interpreting those themes from various serious and technical perspectives.
- Brings a clean standpoint to the research of technology, expertise, and medication within the historical international, with 60 chapters interpreting those themes from various severe and technical perspectives
- Begins assurance in six hundred BCE and comprises sections at the later Roman Empire and past, that includes dialogue of the transmission and reception of those rules into the Renaissance
- Investigates key disciplines, suggestions, and activities in historical technology, know-how, and medication in the ancient, cultural, and philosophical contexts of Greek and Roman society
- Organizes its content material in halves: the 1st specializes in mathematical and ordinary sciences; the second one specializes in cultural purposes and interdisciplinary themes
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Plato, as ever, has his own specific interpretive difficulties. His Timaeus gives a wonderful account of the generation of the world, but commentators have been split since antiquity on whether this is a literal or a metaphorical account. 2. Myth and Hesiod Prior to the first philosophical accounts of the creation and destruction of the world, mythological and poetical explanations were given. Egyptian and Babylonian mythologies employed many gods to explain the origins of the world, and often the idea that land forms after water dries out, a notion probably derived from the seasonal flooding of the Nile, Tigris, and Euphrates rivers.
A Companion to Science, Technology, and Medicine in Ancient Greece and Rome, 2 Volume Set by Georgia L. Irby