Art and Scientific Thought: Historical Studies Towards a Modern Revision of Their Antagonism

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Index
ABUL WAFA, 95, 98, 99
ADELARD of Bath, 162
Aerodynamics, 152, 154, 187
Aeternitas, 124
AGIRIPULO, Giovanni, 160
Agnosticism, 130
Akhmim papyrus, 94
ALBERTI, Leon Battista, 160
ALBERTUS MAGNUS, 160
Alexandrian science, 110, 117, 156, 163, 164, 189
Ambrosiana library, 147
APOLLONIUS, 93, 95, 156, 162, 167
Arab science, 90-102, 107-13, 155, 161-4
ARCHIMEDES, 93, 95, 156, 161, 162, 165-7, 189
Architecture, 44-5, 65-6, 173
ARISTARCHUS, of Samos, 111
ARISTOTLE, 156, 163
Armillary spheres, 113
Astronomy, 37, 91-102, 103-17, 152, 153
Athens, 93
Atomic physics, 23, 30, 35-8
Babylonia and science, 110, 117
Babylonian art, 60
Bach, music of, 32, 53
Bagdad, scientists at, 90-102, 155, 161
Ballet, art of, 32, 45, 71-4
al BATTANI, 95, 97, 99
Beethoven, music of, 32, 43, 47-54
Bell, Clive, his theories of art, 33, 69
Berenson, his art criticism, 147, 158
al BETRUGI, 99
Biology, 152-5, 159
Blood, circulation of, 152, 178
BOLTRAFFIO, 158
BOTTICELLI, 173
BOYLE, 125
Brahms, music of, 32, 5052, 53
BROAD, Dr. C. D., 126
BRUNO, Giordano, 123, 184, 185
Buddhism, 122, 134, 136
Buddhist influence in science, 111, 116
Burlington House, Leonardo drawing at, 168
Byzantine art, 44, 69
Byzantine science, 162, 163, 164, 166
CALVI, 168, 169
Cambridge philosophers, 119
Cardan family, 160, 184, 185
CHA-MA-LI-TING, 106
CHANG-CHUN, 108, 109
Chartres, Gothic at, 66-7
Chartres, Romanesque at, 44, 65, 66-70
Chartres, sculptures of, 65-70
CHATLEY, Dr H., 104, 113, 114
CHAU-JU-KUA, 107
Chemical elements, 36
CHIEN-LUNG, 56
Chinese art, 33, 44, 55-64
Chinese philosophers, 120-3, 136
Chinese science, 87-8, 103-17
Chloromelanite, 58
Chou dynasty, 57, 63, 110, 114
CHUANG-TSU, 121
CLARK, Sir Kenneth, 146, 168, 169, 173
Codex Atlanticus, 147, 151, 169
Communication in art, 29, 119, 191-2
Communication in science, 30, 38, 119, 191-2
Conic sections, 91, 101
Confucianism, 121, 122
Constantinople, 162
Content of a work of art, 28
COPERNICUS, 183
Christianity, 134, 136
Crystals, 37
Damascus, 94
DANTE, 190
DIOPHANTUS, 95
Drawings by Leonardo da Vinci, 137- 93
DREYER, Dr. J. L. E., 100, 103
Ecliptic coordinates, 103, 114, 116
Ecliptic, inclination of, 97, 99
Egyptian religion, 61

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