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Historia: Empiricism and Erudition in Early Modern Europe (Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology)

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History of ideas, intellectual history, History of science, Social & cultural anthropology, c 1500 to c 1600, Science, Science/Mathematics, Europe, Essays, Science / History, History, Medicine, Natural hi
ContributionsGianna Pomata (Editor), Nancy G. Siraisi (Editor)
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ISBN 100262162296
ISBN 139780262162296

To study historia, as these essays so admirably demonstrate, is to study the play of erudition and empiricism in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Europe.

This recovery of the meaning and fortunes of historia is the agenda that Pomata and Siraisi set for the volume in their masterful : Lauren Kassell.

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The ubiquity of historia as a descriptive method across. Historia: empiricism and erudition in early modern Europe. [Gianna Pomata; Nancy G Siraisi;] "The meaning of the term historia in the early modern vocabulary of knowledge was so varied and so multilayered that it can be properly understood only when approached from multiple angles.

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Essays examine how the genre of historia reflects connections between the study of nature and the study of culture in early modern scholarly pursuits. The early modern genre of historia connected the study of nature and the study of culture from the early Renaissance to the eighteenth century. The ubiquity of historia as a descriptive method across a variety of.

Focusing on the actual use of the early modern genre 'historia' across various disciplines, these essays highlight a distinctive feature of early modern descriptive sciences: the coupling of observational skills with philological learning, empiricism with erudition.

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Siraisi Essays examine how the genre of historia reflects connections between the study of nature and the study of culture in early modern scholarly pursuits.