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Category Theory for the Sciences  (Mit Press) by David I Spivak (Hardcover) An introduction to category theory as a rigorous, flexible, and coherent modeling language that can be used across the sciences. Category theory was invented in the 1940s to unify and synthesize different areas in mathematics, and it has proven remarkably successful in enabling powerful communication between disparate fields and subfields within mathematics. This book shows that category theory can be useful outside of mathematics as a rigorous, flexible, and coherent modeling language throughout the sciences. Information is inherently dynamic; the same ideas can be organized and reorganized in countless ways, and the ability to translate between such organizational structures is bing increasingly important in the sciences. Category theory offers a unifying framework for information modeling that can facilitate the translation of knowledge between disciplines. Written in an engaging and straightforward style, and assuming little background in mathematics, the book is rigorous but accessible to nonmathematicians. Using databases as an entry to category theory, it begins with sets and functions, then introduces the reader to notions that are fundamental in mathematics: monoids, groups, orders, and graphscategories in disguise. After explaining the "big three" concepts of category theorycategories, functors, and natural transformationsthe book covers other topics, including limits, colimits, functor categories, sheaves, monads, and operads. The book explains category theory by examples and exercises rather than focusing on theorems and proofs. It includes more than 300 exercises, with solutions. Category Theory for the Sciences is intended to create a bridge between the vast array of mathematical concepts used by mathematicians and the models and frameworks of such scientific disciplines as computation, neuroscience, and physics. Gender: unisex. by$55.00
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Category Theory for the Sciences  (Mit Press) by David I Spivak (Hardcover) An introduction to category theory as a rigorous, flexible, and coherent modeling language that can be used across the sciences. Category theory was invented in the 1940s to unify and synthesize different areas in mathematics, and it has proven remarkably successful in enabling powerful communication between disparate fields and subfields within mathematics. This book shows that category theory can be useful outside of mathematics as a rigorous, flexible, and coherent modeling language throughout the sciences. Information is inherently dynamic; the same ideas can be organized and reorganized in countless ways, and the ability to translate between such organizational structures is bing increasingly important in the sciences. Category theory offers a unifying framework for information modeling that can facilitate the translation of knowledge between disciplines. Written in an engaging and straightforward style, and assuming little background in mathematics, the book is rigorous but accessible to nonmathematicians. Using databases as an entry to category theory, it begins with sets and functions, then introduces the reader to notions that are fundamental in mathematics: monoids, groups, orders, and graphscategories in disguise. After explaining the "big three" concepts of category theorycategories, functors, and natural transformationsthe book covers other topics, including limits, colimits, functor categories, sheaves, monads, and operads. The book explains category theory by examples and exercises rather than focusing on theorems and proofs. It includes more than 300 exercises, with solutions. Category Theory for the Sciences is intended to create a bridge between the vast array of mathematical concepts used by mathematicians and the models and frameworks of such scientific disciplines as computation, neuroscience, and physics. Gender: unisex. by$55.00
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Category Theory for the Sciences  (Mit Press) by David I Spivak (Hardcover) An introduction to category theory as a rigorous, flexible, and coherent modeling language that can be used across the sciences. Category theory was invented in the 1940s to unify and synthesize different areas in mathematics, and it has proven remarkably successful in enabling powerful communication between disparate fields and subfields within mathematics. This book shows that category theory can be useful outside of mathematics as a rigorous, flexible, and coherent modeling language throughout the sciences. Information is inherently dynamic; the same ideas can be organized and reorganized in countless ways, and the ability to translate between such organizational structures is bing increasingly important in the sciences. Category theory offers a unifying framework for information modeling that can facilitate the translation of knowledge between disciplines. Written in an engaging and straightforward style, and assuming little background in mathematics, the book is rigorous but accessible to nonmathematicians. Using databases as an entry to category theory, it begins with sets and functions, then introduces the reader to notions that are fundamental in mathematics: monoids, groups, orders, and graphscategories in disguise. After explaining the "big three" concepts of category theorycategories, functors, and natural transformationsthe book covers other topics, including limits, colimits, functor categories, sheaves, monads, and operads. The book explains category theory by examples and exercises rather than focusing on theorems and proofs. It includes more than 300 exercises, with solutions. Category Theory for the Sciences is intended to create a bridge between the vast array of mathematical concepts used by mathematicians and the models and frameworks of such scientific disciplines as computation, neuroscience, and physics. Gender: unisex. by$55.00
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An Invitation to Applied Category Theory  by Brendan Fong & David I Spivak (Paperback) Category theory is unmatched in its ability to organize and layer abstractions and to find commonalities between structures of all sorts. No longer the exclusive preserve of pure mathematicians, it is now proving itself to be a powerful tool in science, informatics, and industry. By facilitating communication between communities and building rigorous bridges between disparate worlds, applied category theory has the potential to be a major organizing force. This book offers a selfcontained tour of applied category theory. Each chapter follows a single thread motivated by a realworld application and discussed with categorytheoretic tools. We see data migration as an adjoint functor, electrical circuits in terms of monoidal categories and operads, and collaborative design via enriched profunctors. All the relevant category theory, from simple to sophisticated, is introduced in an accessible way with many examples and exercises, making this an ideal guide even for those without experience of universitylevel mathematics. Gender: unisex. by$44.99
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From Categories to Homotopy Theory  (Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics) by Birgit Richter (Hardcover) Category theory provides structure for the mathematical world and is seen everywhere in modern mathematics. With this book, the author bridges the gap between pure category theory and its numerous applications in homotopy theory, providing the necessary background information to make the subject accessible to graduate students or researchers with a background in algebraic topology and algebra. The reader is first introduced to category theory, starting with basic definitions and concepts before progressing to more advanced themes. Concrete examples and exercises illustrate the topics, ranging from colimits to constructions such as the Day convolution product. Part II covers important applications of category theory, giving a thorough introduction to simplicial objects including an account of quasicategories and Segal sets. Diagram categories play a central role throughout the book, giving rise to models of iterated loop spaces, and feature prominently in functor homology and homology of small categories. Gender: unisex. by$64.99
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Category Theory in Context  (Aurora: Dover Modern Math Originals) by Emily Riehl (Paperback) "The book is extremely pleasant to read, with masterfully crafted exercises and examples that create a beautiful and unique thread of presentation leading the reader safely into the wonderfully rich, expressive, and powerful theory of categories."  The Math Association Category theory has provided the foundations for many of the twentieth century's greatest advances in pure mathematics. This concise, original text for a onesemester course on the subject is derived from courses that author Emily Riehl taught at Harvard and Johns Hopkins Universities. The treatment introduces the essential concepts of category theory: categories, functors, natural transformations, the Yoneda lemma, limits and colimits, adjunctions, monads, and other topics. Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students in mathematics, the text provides tools for understanding and attacking difficult problems in algebra, number theory, algebraic geometry, and algebraic topology. Drawing upon a broad range of mathematical examples from the categorical perspective, the author illustrates how the concepts and constructions of category theory arise from and illuminate more basic mathematical ideas. Prerequisites are limited to familiarity with some basic set theory and logic. Gender: unisex. by Aurora$20.49
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Category theory, homology theory and their applications I, II and III. Battelle Seattle Research Center. [ ] [Softcover] 3 Bände. 8°. 489 S. OKart. ( Lecture Notes in Mathematics, 86, 92 and 99). Gutes Exemplar. Sprache: englisch. by$35.00
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Arrows, Structures and Functions  the Categorical Imperative Arbib, Michael A.; Manes, Ernest G. [ ] [Couverture rigide] Hardback, 8vo maroon cloth boards, gilt titles, first edition, xiii prelims, 185pp. plus index, Very Good/NoWrapper. Boards are a little faded but book is basically tight, clean and solid, with no bumping. An introduction to the concepts of category theory underlying mathematics. Catalogue: Science. Keywords: Mathematics, category, theory This book may attract a higher postage charge than automatically calculated on the website in order to ensure that it is fully covered for an appropriate amount of compensation in the event of loss in the post. If so we will make contact to agree any additional postal charges before completing any transaction. by$103.50
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Arrows, Structures and Functions  the Categorical Imperative Arbib, Michael A.; Manes, Ernest G. [ ] [Hardcover] Hardback, 8vo maroon cloth boards, gilt titles, first edition, xiii prelims, 185pp. plus index, Very Good/NoWrapper. Boards are a little faded but book is basically tight, clean and solid, with no bumping. An introduction to the concepts of category theory underlying mathematics. Catalogue: Science. Keywords: Mathematics, category, theory This book may attract a higher postage charge than automatically calculated on the website in order to ensure that it is fully covered for an appropriate amount of compensation in the event of loss in the post. If so we will make contact to agree any additional postal charges before completing any transaction. by$114.56
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Category Theory, Homology Theory and their Applications IIII. Proceedings of the conference held at the Seattle research center of the Battelle Memo 215 S.  307 S.  489 S., Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 2400 4°, OriginalKarton (Softcover), Bibliotheks und Entwidmungsstempel auf Titel, ansonsten sehr gutes und innen sauberes Exemplar, (library copy in very good condition), by$94.50
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Topoi  (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Robert Goldblatt (Paperback) A classic exposition of a branch of mathematical logic that uses category theory, this text is suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students and accessible to both philosophically and mathematically oriented readers. Robert Goldblatt is Professor of Pure Mathematics at New Zealand's Victoria University. 1983 edition. Gender: unisex. by$21.99
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Essays in Honour of John L. Bell. Edited by David DeVidi, Michael Hallet & Peter Clark. Dordrecht, Springer, 2011. XVIII, 486 S. Or.Pp. (The Western Michael Dummett. Metaphysical Necessity.  Wilfrid Hodges. Ibn Sina and Conflict in Logic.  David DeVidi. The Municipal ByLaws of Thought.  Colin Howson. Truth and the Liar.  Graham Priest. Paraconsistent Set Theory.  Michael Hallett. Absoluteness and the Skolem Paradox.  Alberto Peruzzi. Logic in Category Theory.  Robert DiSalle. Pitholes in SpaceTime: Structure and Ontology of Physical Geometry.  Michael Redhead. The Vacuum in Antiquity and in Modern Physics u.a. by$55.00
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X + Y  by Eugenia Cheng (Hardcover) A brilliant mathematician examines the complexity of gender and society and forges a path out of inequality. Why are men in charge? After years in the maledominated field of mathematics and in the femaledominated field of art, Eugenia Cheng has heard the question many times. In x + y, Cheng argues that her mathematical specialty  category theory  reveals why. Category theory deals more with context, relationships, and nuanced versions of equality than with intrinsic characteristics. Category theory also emphasizes dimensionality: much as a cube can cast a square or diamond shadow, depending on your perspective, so too do gender politics appear to change with how we examine them. Because society often rewards traits that it associates with males, such as competitiveness, we treat the problems those traits can create as male. But putting competitive women in charge will leave many unjust relationships in place. If we want real change, we need to transform the contexts in which we all exist, and not simply who we think we are. Praise for Eugenia Cheng "[Eugenia Cheng's] tone is clear, clever and friendly . . . she is rigorous and insightful. . . . [She is] a lucid and nimble expositor."  Alex Bellos, New York Times Book Review "Dr. Cheng . . . has a knack for brushing aside conventions and edicts, like so many pie crumbs from a cutting board."  Natalie Angier, New York Times Gender: unisex. by$28.49
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How to Bake Pi  by Eugenia Cheng (Paperback) One of the world's most creative mathematicians finds the meaning of mathematics in the kitchen in this "whimsical...rigorous and insightful" (New York Times) book What is math? How exactly does it work? And what do three siblings trying to share a cake have to do with it? In How to Bake Pi, math professor Eugenia Cheng provides an accessible introduction to the logic and beauty of mathematics, powered, unexpectedly, by insights from the kitchen. We learn how the bechamel in a lasagna can be a lot like the number five, and why making a good custard proves that math is easy but life is hard. At the heart of it all is Cheng's work on category theory, a cuttingedge "mathematics of mathematics," that is about figuring out how math works. Combined with her infectious enthusiasm for cooking and true zest for life, Cheng's perspective on math is a funny journey through a vast territory no popular book on math has explored before. So, what is math? Let's look for the answer in the kitchen. Gender: unisex. by$12.99
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Mathematics, Nature, Art  (Naturalia) by Maria Mannone (Paperback) This book can be read as a journey through music and some forms from nature, in light of mathematics. This is also a journey through unique places in Palermo (Italy), and precisely: the Botanical Garden (the largest in Europe), the Doderlein Museum of Zoology, and the Geology and Paleontology Museum Gemmellaro. Around the end of Eighteenth Century, Palermo was renown worldwide for the Circolo Matematico and its official journal, Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo, where Poincar, Hilbert, Landau, and Borel published research papers. Taking into account the language of mathematics, and in particular of the most abstract area of mathematics, that is, categories with their diagrams, this book explores some natural shapes displayed in the mentioned places in Palermo, showing how they can be mapped into sound. The book ends with two orchestral pieces, "A Fight for Light" and "Perfect Shapes in the Prehistoric Sea," based on the proposed ideas. We are trying to build a unitary vision of music, visual arts, and nature. In fact, one of the main characteristics of categories is the possibility of giving a unifying language. At some points of the book, we will be using specific results of category theory. Gender: unisex. by$33.28
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Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Wissenschaften, Technik und Medizin. Jahrgang 2010. Band 18 / Heft 1  4. [Très bon] [Couverture souple] 568 S.; Abb. Gebraucht, aber sehr gut erhalten.  ISSN 00366978.  4 HEFTE / KOMPLETTER JAHRGANG 2010.  ARTIKEL/ARTICLES  Martin Gierl  Das Alphabet der Natur und das Alphabet der Kultur im 18. Jahrhundert. Botanik, Diplomatik, Linguistik und Ethnographie nach Carl von Linne, Johann Christoph Gatterer und Christian Wilhelm Büttner  Stefan Krebs  Die Regeln der Eisenhüttenkunde. Genese und Struktur eines technikwissenschaftlichen Feldes, 18701914  FORUM  Thomas Schnalke  Ausstellen, Forschen, Lehren. Das medizinhistorische Museum zwischen universitärer Medizin und Öffentlichkeit  Thomas Söderqvist  The Participatory Museum and Distributed Curatorial Expertise  SAMMELBESPRECHUNG/ESSAY REVIEW  Mitchell G. Ash  Die KaiserWilhelmGesellschaft im Nationalsozialismus  REZENSIONEN/REVIEWS  Hickel, Erika, 2008. Die Arzneimittel in der Geschichte. Trost und Täuschung  Heil und Handelsware (Irmgard Müller)  Helm, Jürgen/Wilson, Renate, Hg, 2008. Medical Theory and Therapeutic Practice in the Eighteenth Century. A Transatlantic Perspective (Hubert Steinke)  Andersen, Kirsti, 2007. The Geometry of an Art. The History of the Mathematical Theory of Perspective from Alberti to Monge (Samuel Gessner)  Krömer, Ralf, 2007. Tool and Object. A History and Philosophy of Category Theory (Jose Ferreirds)  Johach, Eva, 2008. Krebszelle und Zellenstaat. Zur medizinischen und politischen Metaphorik in Rudolf Virchows Zellularpathologie (Carsten Timmermann)  Nathoo, Ayesha, 2009. Hearts Exposed. Transplants and the Media in 1960s Britain (Thomas Schlich)  Lederer, Susan, 2008. Flesh and Blood. Organ Transplantation and Blood Transfusion in TwentiethCentury America (CayRüdiger Prüll)  Ritter, Hans Jakob, 2009. Psychiatrie und Eugenik. Zur Ausprägung eugenischer Denk und Handlungsmuster in der schweizerischen Psychiatrie, 18501950 (HansWalter Schmuhl)  ARTIKEL/ ARTICLES  Hans Erich Bödeker  Georg Forsters Entwurf einer "Wissenschaft vom Menschen"  Lea Haller  Stress, Cortison und Homöostase. Künstliche Nebennierenrindenhormone und physiologisches Gleichgewicht, 19361960  FUNDSTÜCK /LOST & FOUND  Gert Schubring  Hermann Graßmann  zwei sich unterscheidende Lebensläufe  SAMMELBESPRECHUNGEN/ESSAY REVIEWS  Ulrich Charpa  "Ich setze nur logisches Denken und die deutsche Sprache als bekannt voraus." Zur Geschichte deutschsprachiger jüdischer Mathematiker  Beate Ceranski  Wissenschaftsgeschichte) im Kinderkrimi  REZENSIONEN/REVIEWS  Bijsterveld, Karin, 2008. Mechanical Sound. Technology, Culture and Public Problems of Noise in the Twentieth Century (HansJoachim Braun)  Hayward,Rhodri, 2007. ResistingHistory. Religious Transcendence and the Invention of the Unconscious (Eric J. Engstrom)  Steinke, Hubert/Böschung, Urs/Proß, Wolfgang, Hg., 2008. Albrecht von Haller. Leben, Werk, Epoche (Jürgen Helm)  Gliboff, Sander, 2008. H. G. Bronn, Ernst Haeckel, and the Origins of German Darwinism (Frederick Gregory)  Remmert, Volker R./Schneider, Ute, Hg., 2008. Publikationsstrategien einer Disziplin. Mathematik in Kaiserreich und Weimarer Republik (Reinhard SiegmundSchultze)  Bächi, Beat, 2009. Vitamin C für alle! Pharmazeutische Produktion, Vermarktung und Gesundheitspolitik (19331953) (Nicholas Eschenbruch)  Gugerli, David, 2009. Suchmaschinen. Die Welt als Datenbank (Claus Pias)  Lichau, Karsten/Tkaczyk, Viktoria/Wolf, Rebecca, Hg., 2007. Resonanz. Potentiale einer akustischen Figur (Myles W. Jackson)  Moritz Epple, MikaelHärd, Sybilla Nikolow, HansJörgRheinberger und VolkerRoekke 50 Jahre NTM  Ilse Jahn  Matthias Jacob Schieiden an der Universität Jena  Dietrich von Engelhardt  Ein historischer Beitrag zur Methodologie der biologischen Wissenschaften  Hans Wußing  Zur Entstehungsgeschichte der abstrakten Gruppentheorie  Erhard Scholz  Die Explizierung des Impliziten  Gerhard Harig  Die beiden Aspekte der wissenschaftlichen Revolution des 17. Jahrhunderts und die  Gegenwart  by$48.90
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Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Wissenschaften, Technik und Medizin. Jahrgang 2010. Band 18 / Heft 1  4. [Fine] [Softcover] 568 S.; Abb. Gebraucht, aber sehr gut erhalten.  ISSN 00366978.  4 HEFTE / KOMPLETTER JAHRGANG 2010.  ARTIKEL/ARTICLES  Martin Gierl  Das Alphabet der Natur und das Alphabet der Kultur im 18. Jahrhundert. Botanik, Diplomatik, Linguistik und Ethnographie nach Carl von Linne, Johann Christoph Gatterer und Christian Wilhelm Büttner  Stefan Krebs  Die Regeln der Eisenhüttenkunde. Genese und Struktur eines technikwissenschaftlichen Feldes, 18701914  FORUM  Thomas Schnalke  Ausstellen, Forschen, Lehren. Das medizinhistorische Museum zwischen universitärer Medizin und Öffentlichkeit  Thomas Söderqvist  The Participatory Museum and Distributed Curatorial Expertise  SAMMELBESPRECHUNG/ESSAY REVIEW  Mitchell G. Ash  Die KaiserWilhelmGesellschaft im Nationalsozialismus  REZENSIONEN/REVIEWS  Hickel, Erika, 2008. Die Arzneimittel in der Geschichte. Trost und Täuschung  Heil und Handelsware (Irmgard Müller)  Helm, Jürgen/Wilson, Renate, Hg, 2008. Medical Theory and Therapeutic Practice in the Eighteenth Century. A Transatlantic Perspective (Hubert Steinke)  Andersen, Kirsti, 2007. The Geometry of an Art. The History of the Mathematical Theory of Perspective from Alberti to Monge (Samuel Gessner)  Krömer, Ralf, 2007. Tool and Object. A History and Philosophy of Category Theory (Jose Ferreirds)  Johach, Eva, 2008. Krebszelle und Zellenstaat. Zur medizinischen und politischen Metaphorik in Rudolf Virchows Zellularpathologie (Carsten Timmermann)  Nathoo, Ayesha, 2009. Hearts Exposed. Transplants and the Media in 1960s Britain (Thomas Schlich)  Lederer, Susan, 2008. Flesh and Blood. Organ Transplantation and Blood Transfusion in TwentiethCentury America (CayRüdiger Prüll)  Ritter, Hans Jakob, 2009. Psychiatrie und Eugenik. Zur Ausprägung eugenischer Denk und Handlungsmuster in der schweizerischen Psychiatrie, 18501950 (HansWalter Schmuhl)  ARTIKEL/ ARTICLES  Hans Erich Bödeker  Georg Forsters Entwurf einer "Wissenschaft vom Menschen"  Lea Haller  Stress, Cortison und Homöostase. Künstliche Nebennierenrindenhormone und physiologisches Gleichgewicht, 19361960  FUNDSTÜCK /LOST & FOUND  Gert Schubring  Hermann Graßmann  zwei sich unterscheidende Lebensläufe  SAMMELBESPRECHUNGEN/ESSAY REVIEWS  Ulrich Charpa  "Ich setze nur logisches Denken und die deutsche Sprache als bekannt voraus." Zur Geschichte deutschsprachiger jüdischer Mathematiker  Beate Ceranski  Wissenschaftsgeschichte) im Kinderkrimi  REZENSIONEN/REVIEWS  Bijsterveld, Karin, 2008. Mechanical Sound. Technology, Culture and Public Problems of Noise in the Twentieth Century (HansJoachim Braun)  Hayward,Rhodri, 2007. ResistingHistory. Religious Transcendence and the Invention of the Unconscious (Eric J. Engstrom)  Steinke, Hubert/Böschung, Urs/Proß, Wolfgang, Hg., 2008. Albrecht von Haller. Leben, Werk, Epoche (Jürgen Helm)  Gliboff, Sander, 2008. H. G. Bronn, Ernst Haeckel, and the Origins of German Darwinism (Frederick Gregory)  Remmert, Volker R./Schneider, Ute, Hg., 2008. Publikationsstrategien einer Disziplin. Mathematik in Kaiserreich und Weimarer Republik (Reinhard SiegmundSchultze)  Bächi, Beat, 2009. Vitamin C für alle! Pharmazeutische Produktion, Vermarktung und Gesundheitspolitik (19331953) (Nicholas Eschenbruch)  Gugerli, David, 2009. Suchmaschinen. Die Welt als Datenbank (Claus Pias)  Lichau, Karsten/Tkaczyk, Viktoria/Wolf, Rebecca, Hg., 2007. Resonanz. Potentiale einer akustischen Figur (Myles W. Jackson)  Moritz Epple, MikaelHärd, Sybilla Nikolow, HansJörgRheinberger und VolkerRoekke 50 Jahre NTM  Ilse Jahn  Matthias Jacob Schieiden an der Universität Jena  Dietrich von Engelhardt  Ein historischer Beitrag zur Methodologie der biologischen Wissenschaften  Hans Wußing  Zur Entstehungsgeschichte der abstrakten Gruppentheorie  Erhard Scholz  Die Explizierung des Impliziten  Gerhard Harig  Die beiden Aspekte der wissenschaftlichen Revolution des 17. Jahrhunderts und die  Gegenwart  by$55.55
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Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Wissenschaften, Technik und Medizin. Jahrgang 2010. Band 18 / Heft 1  4. [Sehr gut] [Softcover] 568 S.; Abb. Gebraucht, aber sehr gut erhalten.  ISSN 00366978.  4 HEFTE / KOMPLETTER JAHRGANG 2010.  ARTIKEL/ARTICLES  Martin Gierl  Das Alphabet der Natur und das Alphabet der Kultur im 18. Jahrhundert. Botanik, Diplomatik, Linguistik und Ethnographie nach Carl von Linne, Johann Christoph Gatterer und Christian Wilhelm Büttner  Stefan Krebs  Die Regeln der Eisenhüttenkunde. Genese und Struktur eines technikwissenschaftlichen Feldes, 18701914  FORUM  Thomas Schnalke  Ausstellen, Forschen, Lehren. Das medizinhistorische Museum zwischen universitärer Medizin und Öffentlichkeit  Thomas Söderqvist  The Participatory Museum and Distributed Curatorial Expertise  SAMMELBESPRECHUNG/ESSAY REVIEW  Mitchell G. Ash  Die KaiserWilhelmGesellschaft im Nationalsozialismus  REZENSIONEN/REVIEWS  Hickel, Erika, 2008. Die Arzneimittel in der Geschichte. Trost und Täuschung  Heil und Handelsware (Irmgard Müller)  Helm, Jürgen/Wilson, Renate, Hg, 2008. Medical Theory and Therapeutic Practice in the Eighteenth Century. A Transatlantic Perspective (Hubert Steinke)  Andersen, Kirsti, 2007. The Geometry of an Art. The History of the Mathematical Theory of Perspective from Alberti to Monge (Samuel Gessner)  Krömer, Ralf, 2007. Tool and Object. A History and Philosophy of Category Theory (Jose Ferreirds)  Johach, Eva, 2008. Krebszelle und Zellenstaat. Zur medizinischen und politischen Metaphorik in Rudolf Virchows Zellularpathologie (Carsten Timmermann)  Nathoo, Ayesha, 2009. Hearts Exposed. Transplants and the Media in 1960s Britain (Thomas Schlich)  Lederer, Susan, 2008. Flesh and Blood. Organ Transplantation and Blood Transfusion in TwentiethCentury America (CayRüdiger Prüll)  Ritter, Hans Jakob, 2009. Psychiatrie und Eugenik. Zur Ausprägung eugenischer Denk und Handlungsmuster in der schweizerischen Psychiatrie, 18501950 (HansWalter Schmuhl)  ARTIKEL/ ARTICLES  Hans Erich Bödeker  Georg Forsters Entwurf einer "Wissenschaft vom Menschen"  Lea Haller  Stress, Cortison und Homöostase. Künstliche Nebennierenrindenhormone und physiologisches Gleichgewicht, 19361960  FUNDSTÜCK /LOST & FOUND  Gert Schubring  Hermann Graßmann  zwei sich unterscheidende Lebensläufe  SAMMELBESPRECHUNGEN/ESSAY REVIEWS  Ulrich Charpa  "Ich setze nur logisches Denken und die deutsche Sprache als bekannt voraus." Zur Geschichte deutschsprachiger jüdischer Mathematiker  Beate Ceranski  Wissenschaftsgeschichte) im Kinderkrimi  REZENSIONEN/REVIEWS  Bijsterveld, Karin, 2008. Mechanical Sound. Technology, Culture and Public Problems of Noise in the Twentieth Century (HansJoachim Braun)  Hayward,Rhodri, 2007. ResistingHistory. Religious Transcendence and the Invention of the Unconscious (Eric J. Engstrom)  Steinke, Hubert/Böschung, Urs/Proß, Wolfgang, Hg., 2008. Albrecht von Haller. Leben, Werk, Epoche (Jürgen Helm)  Gliboff, Sander, 2008. H. G. Bronn, Ernst Haeckel, and the Origins of German Darwinism (Frederick Gregory)  Remmert, Volker R./Schneider, Ute, Hg., 2008. Publikationsstrategien einer Disziplin. Mathematik in Kaiserreich und Weimarer Republik (Reinhard SiegmundSchultze)  Bächi, Beat, 2009. Vitamin C für alle! Pharmazeutische Produktion, Vermarktung und Gesundheitspolitik (19331953) (Nicholas Eschenbruch)  Gugerli, David, 2009. Suchmaschinen. Die Welt als Datenbank (Claus Pias)  Lichau, Karsten/Tkaczyk, Viktoria/Wolf, Rebecca, Hg., 2007. Resonanz. Potentiale einer akustischen Figur (Myles W. Jackson)  Moritz Epple, MikaelHärd, Sybilla Nikolow, HansJörgRheinberger und VolkerRoekke 50 Jahre NTM  Ilse Jahn  Matthias Jacob Schieiden an der Universität Jena  Dietrich von Engelhardt  Ein historischer Beitrag zur Methodologie der biologischen Wissenschaften  Hans Wußing  Zur Entstehungsgeschichte der abstrakten Gruppentheorie  Erhard Scholz  Die Explizierung des Impliziten  Gerhard Harig  Die beiden Aspekte der wissenschaftlichen Revolution des 17. Jahrhunderts und die  Gegenwart  by$48.90
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