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Retrieved from ” https: From Roman times right through the 17th cen- tury, throughout the history of Mediterranean and European civilizations, to do science was to study Greeks. Preface by Marcello Cini. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

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View shipping rates and policies Average Customer Review: Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Ruxso. Indeed—crucially—the works of Archimedes meant to ancient readers something different from what they meant to, say, Galileo.

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It will serve as excellent reading in a survey of the history of science, besides of course offering an important thesis, well worth our critical attention. English Choose a language for shopping. Wikiquote has quotations related to: Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Second, Russo is right, I think, to highlight a problem that was largely overlooked by the scholarship—that is, how dimenicata did Greek science get forgotten? This page was last edited on 5 Septemberat There’s a problem loading this menu right now.

Knotentheorie, Ergebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete, Vol. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Rivouzione rivoluzione dimenticataRusso promotes the belief that Hellenistic science in the period — BC reached heights not achieved by Classical age science, and al that it went further than ordinarily thought, in multiple fields not normally associated with ancient science.

Lucio Russo

Nor later than the third century B. Second, I think Russo puts too much stress on a single method. He also concludes that the 17th-century scientific revolution in Europe was due in large part to the recovery of Hellenistic science.

Russo bases his argument on an interpretation of the scientific method. PhysicsMathematicsHistory of Science. First, it belongs to a new wave of studies of Greek mathematics, where emphasis shifts from the Classical antecedents to the Hellenistic ex- tant sources themselves.


He ar- gues that all the components of this method were put in place in the Tivoluzione world: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Hellenistic science was focused on the city of Alexandria. As this shift gets us from speculation into facts, it is of obvious methodological value.

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Among his main areas of interest rivoluziine Gibbs measure of the Ising modelpercolation theory[1] and finite Bernoulli schemes, within which he proved an approximate version of the classical Kolmogorov’s zero—one law.

Briefly, I find his dismissal of non-Hellenistic science unmotivated. Third and finally, I think Russo puts too much stress on a single historical model.

Log In Sign Up. We may often be wary today, as professional historians, of suggesting all-encompassing models of historical progress and decline.

Not in the Classical period. In other projects Wikiquote. This was not West- ern Europe of the 16th—17th centuries, but the eastern Mediterranean of the third century B.