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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Nakayama, Shigeru, 1928-
Orientation of science and technology.
Folkestone : Global Oriental, 2009
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|Description:||xxi, 390 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Preface; Foreword; Introduction; 1 The First Appearance of Aristotelian Cosmology in Japan, Kenkon Bensetsu; 2 On Introduction of the Heliocentric System into Japan; 3 Japanese Studies in the History of Astronomy; 4 Abhorrence of 'God' in the Introduction of Copernicanism into Japan; 5 Cyclic Variation of Astronomical Parameters and the Revival of Trepidation in Japan; 6 The Role Played by Universities in Scientific and Technological Development in Japan; 7 Diffusion of Copernicanism in Japan; 8 Grass-Roots Geology - Ijiri Shoji and the Chidanken; 9 Problems of the Professionalization of Science in Late-Nineteenth-Century Japan; 10 History of Science: A Subject for the Frustrated - Recent Japanese Experience; 11 Science and Technolgy in Modern Japanese Development; 12 Public Science in the Modernisation of Japan; 13 Japanese Scientific Thought; 14 The Future of Research - A Call for 'Service Science'; 15 The Transplantation of Modern Science to Japan; 16 The American Occupation and the Science Council of Japan; 17 Independence and Choice: Western Impacts on Japanese Higher Education; 18 Human Rights and the Structure of the Scientific Enterprise; 19 History of East Asian Science: Needs and Opportunities; 20 The Chinese 'Cyclic' View of History vs. Japanese 'Progress'; 21 The Ideogram versus the Phonogram in the Past, Present and Future; 22 Preface to 'A Social History of Science and Technology in Contemporary Japan'; 23 The Scientific Community Post-Defeat; 24 Overcoming the Digital Divide between Phonetic and Ideographic Languages; 25 Eighteenth-Century Science: Japan; 26 Technology in History: Japan; 27 Colonial Science: An Introduction; 28. Thomas Kuhn: A Historian's Personal Recollections; Bibliography; Index|
|Series Title:||Collected papers of twentieth century Japanese writers on Japan, v. 3.|
|Responsibility:||collected papers of Shigeru Nakayama.|