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Transmission as Transformation: The Translation Movements in the Medieval East and West in a Comparative Perspective

Transmission as Transformation: The Translation Movements in the Medieval East and West in a... The articles collected in this volume have their origin in an international workshop dedicated to “Experience and Knowledge Structures in Arabic and Latin Sciences.” Specialists from Great Britain, France, Denmark, Spain, Morocco, the United States, and Germany gathered in Berlin in 1996 in the context of an interdisciplinary research project on the history of mechanical thinking at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. The workshop initiated a process of discussion focused on problems of the intercultural transmission and transformation of knowledge. The present double issue is an outcome of this ongoing discussion. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Science in Context Cambridge University Press

Transmission as Transformation: The Translation Movements in the Medieval East and West in a Comparative Perspective

Science in Context , Volume 14 (1-2): 12 – Sep 10, 2002

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Cambridge University Press
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© 2001 Cambridge University Press
ISSN
1474-0664
eISSN
0269-8897
DOI
10.1017/S0269889701000011
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Abstract

The articles collected in this volume have their origin in an international workshop dedicated to “Experience and Knowledge Structures in Arabic and Latin Sciences.” Specialists from Great Britain, France, Denmark, Spain, Morocco, the United States, and Germany gathered in Berlin in 1996 in the context of an interdisciplinary research project on the history of mechanical thinking at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. The workshop initiated a process of discussion focused on problems of the intercultural transmission and transformation of knowledge. The present double issue is an outcome of this ongoing discussion.

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Science in ContextCambridge University Press

Published: Sep 10, 2002

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