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by Bernard R. Goldstein,Giora Hon

From Summetria to Symmetry: The Making of a Revolutionary Scientific Concept (Archimedes) download ebook
ISBN:
9048178843
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978-9048178841
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Bernard R. Goldstein,Giora Hon
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Springer; Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2008 edition (November 29, 2010)
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336 pages
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Request PDF On Apr 23, 2010, György Darvas and others published From Summetria to Symmetry .

What makes symbolic representation different from substantive representation when the agent is of a discursive nature? And what methodological challenges does the broadening of the agent in symbolic representation to discourse include? View full-text. High-dimensional concepts and substance driven ways to make them operational, some tools.

Authors: Hon, Giora, Goldstein, Bernard . Hon and Goldstein’s book is, primarily, a historical study of the term ‘symmetry’ and the concepts associated with it up to the early 1800s. a contribution to fruitful discussion between historians and philosophers of science.

Symmetry is a key concept in modern science. Its history has been distorted for various reasons. For philosophers of science, such historical work is invaluable. ­­ (Katherine Brading, Metascience, Vol. 19, March, 2010).

From Summetria to Symmetry book. John Roche's brief essay (1987), in which he sketched the broad outlines of the history of this concept, was particularly helpful, and led us to conclude that the subject was worthy of monographic treatment.

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Giora Hon & Bernard R. Goldstein - unknown. Giora Hon - 2005 - Centaurus 47 (4):283-297. Natures’ and ‘Laws’: The Making of the Concept of Law of Nature – Robert Grosseteste and Roger Bacon. An Epistemological Investigation Of The Concept Of Symmetry In Physics. Marcel Bodea - 2002 - Studia Philosophica 1. Mathematical Symmetry Principles in the Scientific World View. Yael Kedar & Giora Hon - 2017 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 61:21-31. Astronomy and Astrology in the Works of Abraham ibn Ezra : BERNARD R. GOLDSTEIN. Bernard R. Goldstein - 1996 - Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 6 (2):9-21.

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The concept of symmetry is inherent to modern science, and its evolution has a complex history that richly exemplifies the dynamics of scientific change

The concept of symmetry is inherent to modern science, and its evolution has a complex history that richly exemplifies the dynamics of scientific change Full description. Main Authors: Hon, Giora. Author), Goldstein, Bernard R. (Author).

Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Vol. 68 No. 4, December 2009 (pp. 576-577) DOI: 1. 525/jsah. Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland. This is a PDF-only article. The first page of the PDF of this article appears above.

Hon, Giora Goldstein, Bernard R. Dept. The concept of symmetry is inherent to modern science, and its evolution has a complex history that richly exemplifies the dynamics of scientific change. This study is based on primary sources, presented in context: the authors examine closely the trajectory of the concept in the mathematical and scientific disciplines as well as its trajectory in art and architecture.

Many literary critics seem to think that an hypothesis about obscure and remote questions of history can be refuted by a simple demand for the production of more evidence than in fact exists. The demand is as easy to make as it is impossible to satisfy. But the true test of an hypothesis, if it cannot be shown to con?ict with known truths, is the number of facts that it correlates and explains. Francis M. Cornford [1914] 1934, 220. It was in the autumn of 1997 that the research project leading to this publication began. One of us [GH], while a visiting fellow at the Center for Philosophy of Science (University of Pittsburgh), gave a talk entitled, “Proportions and Identity: The Aesthetic Aspect of Symmetry”. The presentation focused on a confusion s- rounding the concept of symmetry: it exhibits unity, yet it is often claimed to reveal a form of beauty, namely, harmony, which requires a variety of elements. In the audience was the co-author of this book [BRG] who responded with enthusiasm, seeking to extend the discussion of this issue to historical sources in earlier periods. A preliminary search of the literature persuaded us that the history of symmetry was rich in possibilities for new insights into the making of concepts. John Roche’s brief essay (1987), in which he sketched the broad outlines of the history of this concept, was particularly helpful, and led us to conclude that the subject was worthy of monographic treatment.