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The printing press as an agent of change : communications and cultural transformations in early modern Europe / Elizabeth L. Eisenstein

By: Eisenstein, Elizabeth L
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge [Eng.] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1979Description: 2 v. (xxi, 794 p.) ; 24 cmISBN: 0521220440; 9780521220446Subject(s): Printing -- Influence | Reformation | Renaissance | Technology and civilization | Civilization -- history -- Europe | Printing -- history -- Europe | Technology -- history -- EuropeDDC classification: 686.2 LOC classification: Z124 | .E37
Contents:
Pt.1. Introduction to an elusive transformation. The unacknowledged revolution -- Defining the initial shift ; some features of print culture -- Pt.2. Classical and Christian traditions reoriented ; Renaissance and Reformation reappraised -- A classical revival reoriented : the two phases of the Renaissance -- The scriptural tradition recast : resetting the stage for the Reformation -- Pt.3. The book of nature transformed. Introduction ; problems of periodization -- Technical literature goes to press : some new trends in scientific writing and research -- Resetting the stage for the Copernican Revolution -- Sponsorship and censorship of scientific publication -- Conclusion : Scripture and nature transformed
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Bibliography: p. 709-767

Pt.1. Introduction to an elusive transformation. The unacknowledged revolution -- Defining the initial shift ; some features of print culture -- Pt.2. Classical and Christian traditions reoriented ; Renaissance and Reformation reappraised -- A classical revival reoriented : the two phases of the Renaissance -- The scriptural tradition recast : resetting the stage for the Reformation -- Pt.3. The book of nature transformed. Introduction ; problems of periodization -- Technical literature goes to press : some new trends in scientific writing and research -- Resetting the stage for the Copernican Revolution -- Sponsorship and censorship of scientific publication -- Conclusion : Scripture and nature transformed

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