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communications and cultural transformations in early modern Europe

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communications and cultural transformations in early modern Europe

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The printing press as an agent of change: communications and cultural transformations in early-modern Europe
1980, Cambridge University Press
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Printing Press as an Agent of Change: Communications and Cultural Transformations in Early-Modern Europe
1979, University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations
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Table of 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.

Edition Notes

"Complete in one volume."

Includes bibliographical references (p. 709-767) and indexes.

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Library of Congress
Z124 .E37 1980, Z124

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Pagination
xxi, 794 p. ;
Number of pages
794

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OL17604594M
ISBN 10
0521299551
LCCN
77091083
OCLC/WorldCat
46977891
Library Thing
323652
Goodreads
286525

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