Asia, Europe, and the Emergence of Modern Science: Knowledge by Arun Bala (eds.)

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Jessica Benjamin, The Bonds of Love (New York: Pantheon, 1988). 8. Karl Pearson, National Life from the Standpoint of Science (London: Adam & Charles Black, 1905); Lothrop Stoddard, The Rising Tide of Color against White World Supremacy (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1920). For a full discussion of this see John M. Hobson, The Eurocentric Conception of World Politics: Western International Theory 1760–2010 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), chs. 4, 5, 6–7. 9. For a general discussion see, for example, J.

The Europeans fed off the many pamphlets and books that flooded Europe in the seventeenth century, which in aggregate revealed the manifold technologies and advanced features of Chinese civilization. These included seed-drills and horse-hoeing husbandry, crop rotation systems, ideas that enabled the invention of the steam engine, canal pound locks, bulkheads/watertight ship compartments, steel production techniques, and many more. And not infrequently, the actual technology itself was brought over, as in the curved iron moldboard plough and rotary winnowing machine.

Zhang, Y. 2001. ” In Empires, Systems and States, edited by M. Cox, K. Booth, and T. Dunne. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2 A Pa ss age to I n f i n i t y : Th e C on t r i bu t ion of K e r a l a t o Mode r n M at h e m at ic s * George Gheverghese Joseph Introduction Two powerful tools contributed to the creation of modern mathematics in the seventeenth century: the discovery of the general algorithms of calculus and the development and application of infinite series techniques. These two streams of discovery reinforced each other in their simultaneous development with each serving to extend the range and application of the other.

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