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A history of western technology / Friedrich Klemm

por Klemm, Friedrich

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Editor: Cambridge, Mass : The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964
Descripción Física: 401 p. : il.
Otros Autores: Singer, Dorothea Waley
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41/81 1276 Libros modernos desde 1900
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PART ONE: GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY. - Introduction. - The Subordinate Position of Technologi. - Technology outwits Nature. - Specialization and the Division of Labour. - Making Artillery. - The Mechanic of Alexandria. - The Architect. - Roman Mining. PART TWO: THE MIDDLE AGES. - Introduction. - Early Christianity and Technology. - The Monasteries and Technical Skill. - Islamic Technology. - Technical Achievements of the Middle Ages. - Villard de Honnecourt, Pierre de Maricourt and Roger Bacon. - Urban Industry. - Military Technology of the late Middle Ages. PART THREE: THE RENAISSANCE. - Introduction. - Engineering Artist and Leaders of Research. - Iron Foundries of the Early Renaissance. - The Idea of Technology. - German Mining and Handicraft. - Scientific Mechanics and Technology. PART FOUR: THE BAROQUE PERIOD. - Introduction. - Technology and Patents. - Science and Technology. - Phantasy and Realism. - Technology and the Free Churches. - Great Technical Undertakings. - The Struggle for a new Prime Mover. PART FIVE: THE AGE OF RATIONALISM. - Introduction. - Master Craftsmen and Millwrights. - Trade and Finance. - The Liberal Economy. - England's Lead in Technology. - Technology and Sciene. PART SIX: THE PERIOD OF INDUSTRIALIZATION. - Introduction. - The Widening Use of the Steam Engine. - The Factory System. - The Cultural Problem in Technology. - German Scientific Technology. PART SEVEN: TECHNOLOGY BECOMES A WORLD POWER. - The Rise of American Technology. - The position of Technology in Germany at the close of the Nineteenth Century. - New Prime Movers. - Electro-technology. - Flight and Radio. - Large-scale Synthetic Chemistry, Atomic Energy, Automation. APPENDIX: - Footnes. - Sources. - Bibliography. - Index of Names. - General Index

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PART ONE: GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY. - Introduction. - The Subordinate Position of Technologi. - Technology outwits Nature. - Specialization and the Division of Labour. - Making Artillery. - The Mechanic of Alexandria. - The Architect. - Roman Mining. PART TWO: THE MIDDLE AGES. - Introduction. - Early Christianity and Technology. - The Monasteries and Technical Skill. - Islamic Technology. - Technical Achievements of the Middle Ages. - Villard de Honnecourt, Pierre de Maricourt and Roger Bacon. - Urban Industry. - Military Technology of the late Middle Ages. PART THREE: THE RENAISSANCE. - Introduction. - Engineering Artist and Leaders of Research. - Iron Foundries of the Early Renaissance. - The Idea of Technology. - German Mining and Handicraft. - Scientific Mechanics and Technology. PART FOUR: THE BAROQUE PERIOD. - Introduction. - Technology and Patents. - Science and Technology. - Phantasy and Realism. - Technology and the Free Churches. - Great Technical Undertakings. - The Struggle for a new Prime Mover. PART FIVE: THE AGE OF RATIONALISM. - Introduction. - Master Craftsmen and Millwrights. - Trade and Finance. - The Liberal Economy. - England's Lead in Technology. - Technology and Sciene. PART SIX: THE PERIOD OF INDUSTRIALIZATION. - Introduction. - The Widening Use of the Steam Engine. - The Factory System. - The Cultural Problem in Technology. - German Scientific Technology. PART SEVEN: TECHNOLOGY BECOMES A WORLD POWER. - The Rise of American Technology. - The position of Technology in Germany at the close of the Nineteenth Century. - New Prime Movers. - Electro-technology. - Flight and Radio. - Large-scale Synthetic Chemistry, Atomic Energy, Automation. APPENDIX: - Footnes. - Sources. - Bibliography. - Index of Names. - General Index

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