3 edition of History as art and as science found in the catalog.
History as art and as science
H. Stuart Hughes
|Statement||H. Stuart Hughes.|
|Series||History and historiography ;, |
|LC Classifications||D16 .H775 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 114 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||83049163|
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The books is a comprehensive account of paired history in art movements and science development, altogether with the very concept of both words.
It is a very good history book, loaded with information and comparisons or elaboration on the relationship between art and technology at different by: The Art of Science: A natural history of ideas by Richard Hamblyn, Picador (Pan Macmillan), London,ff.
This book is a collection of stories about how some of the greatest scientific discoveries and inventions were made - and there are over of them described here.
As part of his History of Ideas, the author has compiled very 5/5(2). History I think should be considered as both science and art,because, a historian has History as art and as science book stated it cleared that history is an art without including elements of science or science without art, so it is very difficult to state which of the discipline its belong to BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY MAKURDI,NIGERIA.
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The pair describe the book as one that aims to “tell the whole history of the genre in a new way, and to make the case that science fiction art exists as a vital and neglected mode of modern.
Science and art within history is the essence to historians, due to the fact that historical facts are often extracted orally or secondary through many avenues such as eyewitness testimonials, artifacts or manuscripts; from which the historian begins the creation of historical writings from his previous discovered facts.
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The term was originally mostly used in relation to works of art but is now used in similar senses in a wide range of fields, including archaeology, paleontology, archives, manuscripts, printed books and science and computing.
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History is an art. People often think history is a science because it is about the past and the past is unchangeable. If we could travel into the past and observe it then that would be an observational science, but we can’t do that.
What we can do. History of science, the development of science over time. Humankind has long observed regularities in nature, from the movements of the Sun and Moon during day and night to the seasonal migrations of animals. Learn how science advanced from the observation of these natural phenomena to.
Science and art do. Art = science. ** I used visual art analogies, but I think this is true for any art medium, including music, written word, spoke word, dance, mathematics, and cooking. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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