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cover The Different Aspects of Islamic Culture

Volume IV: Science and Technology in Islam - Part I: The Exact and Natural Sciences

Editor Prof. A. Y. al-Hassan
Co-Editors: Prof. Maqbul Ahmed and Prof. A. Z. Iskandar

Multiple History series

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45,70 € €

Livre, 528 pages, illustrations, black and white photos

Format: 24.5 x 17 cm (hardback)

2002, 978-92-3-103830-3


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This series of volumes on the manifold facets of Islamic culture is intended to acquaint a very wide public with such matters as: the theological bases of the faith and principles that constitute the bedrock of the overall structure; the status of the individual and of society in the Islamic world; the expansion of Islam since the Revelation: the Arab, Asian, African and European spheres espousing the new faith and the way in which the rights of converted peoples have been upheld; the vital contribution of Islamic civilization to the adventure of human knowledge in science and technology; the educational and cultural manifestations of Islamic civilization in literature, the visual arts and architecture; finally, Islam today between loyalty to its past and the inescapable conquest of modernity.

Research into Islamic science and technology is still in its early stages, but there is now sufficient material available for a preliminary study. Volume IV is intended to fill a gap which deserves a major multi-volume work. Part I is a review of the history of science in Islam. It deals with the contribution of Islamic civilization to mathematics, astronomy, and physics, which have long been acknowledged, but also advances made by Muslim scientists in the fields of cosmology, geology and mineralogy, zoology, veterinary science and botany.

MOTS CLES · Connaissances traditionnelles · Culture arabe · Culture islamique · Culture scientifique · Développement scientifique · Histoire culturelle · Histoire des sciences · Islam · Moyen Âge · Science · Sciences médicales · Scientifique · Technologie · Technologie traditionnelle

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