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THE RECEPTION OF ELECTRIC THEORIES DURING THE DAWN OF NEOHELLENIC SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT

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Questo lavoro analizza il graduale sviluppo degli studi elettrologici in Grecia durante il XVIII secolo. Bench le ricerche sui fenomeni elettrici non avessero lo stesso grado di dignit di quelle sulla meccanica, documentabile come nei loro confronti ci sia stato un crescente interesse in ambito scientifico. L'articolo espone le diverse interpretazioni sulla natura dell'elettricit proposte dagli studiosi greci, cercando di metterne in evidenza il carattere marcatamente sperimentale, carattere ben riscontrabile anche nei testi del primo periodo del Rinascimento neoellenico (ovvero fino al 1800). Diversamente in altri ambiti di ricerca, come la meccanica, l'ottica e lo studio dei fenomeni termici, furono sviluppate trattazioni sia teoriche che sperimentali.

Affiliations: 1: Centre for Neohellenic Research National Hellenic Research Foundation

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1998-01-01
2016-12-05

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