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14 17 Y Zy Llarda Osmanl Mparatorlu Unda Kullan Lan Anorganik Il Lar

14 17 Yuzyillarda Osmanli Imparatorlugunda Kullanilan Anorganik Ilaclar
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14-17. yüzyıllarda Osmanlı İmparatorluğunda kullanılan anorganik ilâçlar
Language: tr
Pages: 78
Authors: Feza Günergun
Categories: Drugs
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher:
Books about 14-17. yüzyıllarda Osmanlı İmparatorluğunda kullanılan anorganik ilâçlar
Türkiye halkının kültür kökenleri
Language: tr
Pages:
Authors: Burhan Oğuz
Categories: Ethnology
Type: BOOK - Published: 1976 - Publisher:
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Osmanlı bilimi araştırmaları
Language: tr
Pages:
Authors: Burhan Oğuz
Categories: Learned institutions and societies
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005 - Publisher:
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Osmanlı devleti'nde hekimbaşılık kurumu ve hekimbaşılar
Language: tr
Pages: 213
Authors: Ali Haydar Bayat
Categories: Doktorlar
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999 - Publisher: Ataturk Kultur DIL Ve Tarih Yuks
Medicine; Turkey; history.
Oswaldus Crollius und Daniel Sennert im frühneuzeitlichen Istanbul
Language: de
Pages: 480
Authors: Natalia Bachour
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-03-05 - Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Die vorliegende Studie untersucht die Rezeption des Paracelsismus im Osmanischen Reich des 17. Jahrhunderts. Im Mittelpunkt der Arbeit steht die Erforschung der arabischen Übersetzungen von Oswaldus Crollius‘ Basilica Chymica und Daniel Sennerts De Chymicorum cum Aristotelicis et Galenicis consensu ac dissensu (al-Kīmiyā’ al-malakiyya und at-Tibb al-kīmiyā’i al-dschadīd). Sie werden dem Obermedicus Ibn Sallum al-Halabi zugeschrieben, der als Erneuerer der Medizin im Osmanischen Reich gilt und durch sein Werk den Orient mit neuen Krankheiten, mit dem Paracelsismus und der Nova medicina bekanntgemacht haben soll. Diese Arbeit weist jedoch nach, dass Ibn Sallum nicht als Übersetzer der genannten Schriften gelten und eine Paracelsusrezeption nicht auf ihn zurückgeführt werden kann. Vielmehr ergibt die Erforschung seiner Werke und der Quellen in ihrem Umfeld, dass Ibn Sallum ein pragmatischer Eklektiker war und der Qualitäten- und Gradelehre treu blieb. Allerdings läßt die Erforschung der Ibn Sallum zugeschriebenen Schriften eine breitere Übersetzungsaktivität erkennen, die das rege Interesse der osmanischen Gelehrten am medizinischen und pharmazeutischen Schrifttum der westeuropäischen Länder in der Mitte des 17. Jahrhunderts widerspiegelt. Die Studie arbeitet die textlichen und kulturellen Bedingungen und Merkmale dieses Rezeptionsprozesses medizinischer und pharmazeutischer Schriften heraus. Natalia Bachours Dissertation über "Oswaldus Crollius und Daniel Sennert im frühneuzeitlichen Istanbul" wurde von der
Osmanlı devleti'nde bilim kültür ve kütüphaneler
Language: tr
Pages: 246
Authors: Natalia Bachour
Categories: Bilim
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999 - Publisher:
Barış Karaeasu "Kütüphane-i Kebir-i Milli" 1 Yahya Akyüz "17. Yüzyıldan Günümüze Türk Eğitiminde Başlıca Düzenleme ve Geliştirme Çabaları" 39 Hasan Hüsrev Hatemi-Yeşim lşıl Ülman "Bir Bilim Dili Mücadelesi ve Tanzimat" 7 Ahmed Akgündüz "Osmanlı Hukukunda Vakfın Konusunu Teşkil Eden Mallar ve Kitap Vakfı" 63 Nail Bayraktar "19. Yüzyılda Vakıf Kütüphane Geleneğinden Örnekler" 79 Osman Ersoy "Görkemli Osmanlı" 87 Ender Bilar "Edirne'de Bir Kitap Hazinesi; Selimiye Yazmalar Kütüphanesi" 89 Günay Kut "Sultan i. Mahmud Kütüphanesi" 99 Bureu Özgüven "Macaristan'da iki Osmanlı Üssü: Ertergon ve Ciğerdelen Parkanı" 129 Neemeddin Sefereioğlu "Osmanlı Döneminde Kütüphane Katalogları" 143 ara: Fikret Başkaya "Osmanlı Devletinin Niteliği veya imparatorluk Mantığı" 153 Hüseyin Hatemi "Osmanlı Bilim Hayatına Genel Bakış" 203 Yusuf Sarınay "imparotorluktan Milli Devlete Dönüşüm Sürecinde Türk Ocakları" 209 Mehmet Aydın "Hıristiyanlığa Karşı Yazılmış Osmanlıca Reddiyeler" 221 İsmail E. Erünsal "Osmanlı Kütüphanelerinin Tarihi Gelişimi" 235.
Resimli ansiklopedik Türk kuyumculuk ve maden terimleri sözlüğü
Language: tr
Pages: 262
Authors: Mehmet Zeki Kuşoğlu
Categories: Art objects
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006 - Publisher:
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Mürşid [Göz hastalıkları]
Language: tr
Pages: 546
Authors: Muhammed bin Mahmûd-ı Şirvânî
Categories: Eye
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher:
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Science without Leisure
Language: en
Pages: 234
Authors: Harun Küçük
Categories: Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-12-31 - Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Science in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Istanbul, Harun Küçük argues, was without leisure, a phenomenon spurred by the hyperinflation a century earlier when scientific texts all but disappeared from the college curriculum and inflation reduced the wages of professors to one-tenth of what they were in the sixteenth century. It was during this tumultuous period that philosophy and theory, the more leisurely aspects of naturalism—and the pursuit of “knowledge for knowledge’s sake”—vanished altogether from the city. But rather than put an end to science in Istanbul, this economic crisis was transformative, turning science into a practical matter, into something one learned through apprenticeship and provided as a service. In Science without Leisure, Küçük reveals how Ottoman science, when measured against familiar narratives of the Scientific Revolution, was remarkably far less scholastic and philosophical and far more cosmopolitan and practical. His book explains why as practical naturalists deployed natural knowledge to lucrative ends without regard for scientific theories, science in the Ottoman Empire over the long term ultimately became the domain of physicians, bureaucrats, and engineers rather than of scholars and philosophers.
History of the literature of natural and applied sciences during the Ottoman period
Language: tr
Pages: 1562
Authors: Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu
Categories: Literature and science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006 - Publisher:
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