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Whether written by Aristotle , or Straton , or both , the Mechanics is the oldest - known engineering textbook . It begins : Our wonder is excited , firstly , by phenomena which occur in accordance with nature but of which we do not ...
Such formal gardens were a Persian custom , unknown to the Greeks of the Golden Age , who cared little for the beauties of nature and who , if they planted anything , preferred something edible like onions or cabbages .
The next most important school , Dauism or Taoism , affected to admire nature . But the Dauists admired nature in a romantic , mystical way . The founder Lau - dz , 28 an older contemporary of Kung Fu - dz , taught that man should adapt ...
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This was originally written in 1962, and is therefore is a little dated. Sprague de Camp has written a book all about the different civilisations and the technologies that that invented or acquired ... Leer comentario completo
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5609. The Ancient Engineers, by L. Sprague De Camp (read 21 Jan 2019) This book was first published in 1963 and hence its bibliography includes nothing after that date. It undertakes to tell of the ... Leer comentario completo
One The Coming of the Engineers
Three The Mesopotamian Engineers
Four The Greek Engineers
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