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Simon Stevin. De la vie civile, 1590

Du grand ingénieur et mathématicien Simon Stevin (Bruges 1548 - La Haye ? 1620), l’histoire a retenu avant tout l’œuvre scientifique, marquante par sa diversité et sa vocation à constituer des manuels pratiques. Ses nombreux ouvrages, presque tous en néerlandais, vont de l’arithmétique jusqu’à la navigation, en passant par l’établissement de tables d’intérêt et la rédaction d’une Dialectique qui vise à enrichir la terminologie logique du flamand. C’est à l’intention du prince Maurice de Na...


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Of the writing of the great engineer and mathematician Simon Stevin (Bruges 1548 - The Hague? 1620), it is predominantly his scientific work, striking for its diversity and intention to serve as practical handbooks, which has survived the passage of time. His numerous works, almost all in Dutch, cover areas as diverse as arithmetic and navigation, including computing tables of interest and writing a dialectic designed to enrich the terminology of logic in Flemish. Simon Stevin wrote his Ma...


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Présentation et traduction de Catherine Secretan

  • Editore : ENS Éditions
  • Collana : La croisée des chemins
  • Luogo di pubblicazione : Lyon
  • Anno di pubblicazione : 2005
  • Pubblicato su OpenEdition Books : 30 janvier 2014
  • EAN (edizione cartacea) : 9782847880472
  • EAN digitale : 9782847884388
  • DOI : 10.4000/books.enseditions.1141
  • Numero di pagine : 240 p.

© ENS Éditions, 2005

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