By Tito M. Tonietti
We convey into complete gentle a few excerpts on musical matters which have been before scattered in the course of the most famed medical texts. the most clinical and musical cultures outdoor of Europe also are considered. the 1st and most crucial estate to underline within the clinical texts tested this is the language they're written in. which means our multicultural heritage of the sciences unavoidably additionally turns into a evaluation of a number of the dominant languages utilized in different ancient contexts. during this quantity, the historical past of the advance of the sciences is instructed because it occurred in genuine contexts, no longer in an alienated perfect world.
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Grandi e belli . . ” [“. . large and fine . . ”]. 59 Even if they had gained a knowledge of the Chinese cultural differences, these Jesuits of the seventeenth century looked down on them from the heights (literally) of their religious and scientific certainties, and transformed them into inferiority, and errors to be corrected. Criticism was even expressed in the following terms by an imperial official whose name was Xu Guangqi (1562–1633). He had been converted to Christianity and became a pupil of the Jesuits, collaborating in the translation of Euclid’s Elements.
356. 3 Johannes Kepler: The Importance of Harmony 37 these problems and succeed in breaking away from the well-known commonplaces found in so many books. . you will know the truth and the truth will set you free. 3 Johannes Kepler: The Importance of Harmony In 1619, Johannes Kepler (1571–1630) published his Harmonices Mundi Libri Quinque [Five books on the harmony of the world]. With the surprising (for us of the twenty-first century) idea of continuing the APMONIKA of Claudius Ptolemy, which had remained incomplete, he wrote a complex treatise of geometry, music, astrology and astronomy.
Apart from Copernicanism that they had in common, they often arrived at contrasting conclusions. The German believed, unlike the Tuscan, that it was the mysterious influence of the Moon that moved the tides, not the movements of the Earth, just as the ‘chaste goddess’ regulated the female cycle and the growth of the plants. For him, all the stars, and 76 Kepler 1619 , V cap. III, 8, pp. 189–190. 1997, p. 411. The Italics are in the text. 38 8 Not Only in Latin, but also in Dutch, Chinese, Italian and German the planets in general, influenced the Earth, and even our minds, which they affected by means of their harmonious movements.
And Yet It Is Heard: Musical, Multilingual and Multicultural History of the Mathematical Sciences - Volume 2 by Tito M. Tonietti