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De Pythagore à Einstein, tout est nombre

TOUT EST NOMBRE

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The general law of relativity is one hundred years old. To commemorate this event, the effects of which can even be felt in philosophy, Nathalie Deruelle has chosen to tell us the story of physics, from Pythagoras to Einstein. With its highly enlightening approach, this book describes the main advances in this field, from the cosmos of Ancient Greece to the fourth dimension. It shows us how physics and mathematics have, jointly, shaped our representation of the world. Since the dawn of time, philosophers have been gripped by these sciences, which attempt to give order to the universe through equations. Throughout these pages we will be introduced to Pythagoras, Descartes, Pascal, Kant… For their part, scientists such as Einstein have also taken part in the philosophical debate. With its numerous illustrations, explanatory diagrams and tables enabling deeper analysis of some points, this wonderful book leads us through a captivating exploration of time and ideas.   TABLE OF CONTENTS Greek science Greek heritage The century of Galileo The Newtonian context Building a world Elusive light The century of Einstein

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Author
DERUELLE
Editor
BELIN HUMENSIS EDITIONS
Type of book
Broché
Language
French
Dimensions
18 x 24

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