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Fri Mar 21 17:16:16 2014 UTClccn-n500404120.00Papers,0.451.00[Book review of] Hamlet's Mill : an essay on myth and the frame of time, by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend85179909Giorgio_de_Santillanan 5004041275604De Santillana, G.De Santillana, G. (Giorgio), 1902-De Santillana, George.De Santillana, George, 1902-De Santillana, GiorgioDe Santillana Giorgio 1902-1974DeSantillana, Giorgio 1902-Di Santillana, GiorgioDiaz De Santillana, Giorgio.Diaz De Santillana, Giorgio, 1902-Giorgio De SantillanaSantillana, George deSantillana, George de 1902-Santillana, Georges deSantillana, Giorgio de.Santillana, Giorgio de, 1902-Santillana Giorgio de 1902-1974ド・サンティリャーナ, ジョルジョlccn-n79003254Galilei, Galileo1564-1642lccn-nr00031731Dechend, Hertha von1915-2001lccn-n78093382Geymonat, Ludovicolccn-n50027522Drake, Stillmanclblccn-n84233658Salusbury, Thomastrllccn-n82056762Zilsel, Edgar1891-1944edtcrelccn-n82229941Enriques, Federigo1871-1946lccn-n85802808Michel, Paul-Henritraducteur19..-....auitrllccn-n79065281Parmenidesnp-passi, alessandroPassi, AlessandroedtDe Santillana, Giorgio1902-HistoryBiographyGalilei, Galileo,Philosophy, RenaissanceKnowledge, Theory ofScience, AncientMythAstronomyPhilosophySolar systemRationalismEmpiricismScienceMaterialismScience--PhilosophyAstronomersCivilizationAstronomy, GreekMathematics, GreekItaly--RomeTrials (Heresy)MythologyPhilosophy, AncientCivilization, AncientDe Santillana, Giorgio,GeographyReligion and scienceMathematicsMathematics--ResearchKillian, James Rhyne,Harrison, George Russell,Kosambi, D. D.--(Damodar Dharmanand),Neyman, Jerzy,Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of TeachingFord FoundationReuther, Walter,Mazlish, Bruce,McCulloch, Warren S.--(Warren Sturgis),Hein, Piet,Galdston, Iago,Heyel, Carl,Stratton, Julius Adams,Zygmund, Antoni,Rathe, Alex WKorzybski, Alfred,Wintner, Aurel,Wiener, Leo,Rosenblueth, Arturo,Von Neumann, John,Einstein, Albert,Moe, Henry Allen,Mead, Margaret,190219741932193619371938193919401941194619471948195019531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319751976197719781981198219831984198519861989199019931994199519971998199920002003200420062007200920102012201311254124525925.2QB36.G2ocn000530327ocn410781636ocn764716069ocn660945453ocn000899784ocn000101234ocn014025077ocn026772535ocn003321698ocn005873790ocn042984461ocn270628758ocn008682738ocn643857024ocn723445937ocn185598257ocn836587557294361ocn000710646book19550.33De Santillana, GiorgioThe crime of GalileoHistoryBiographyGalileo's scientific work which led him into a quarrel with the church+-+6639821775324153639ocn000899784book19560.39De Santillana, GiorgioThe age of adventure; the Renaissance philosophers, selected, with introd. and interpretive commentary130624ocn000046381book19690.37De Santillana, GiorgioHamlet's mill; an essay on myth and the frame of timeEver since the Greeks coined the language we commonly use for scientific description, mythology and science have developed separately. But what came before the Greeks? What if we could prove that all myths have one common origin in a celestial cosmology? What if the gods, the places they lived, and what they did are but ciphers for celestial activity, a language for the perpetuation of complex astronomical data? Drawing on scientific data, historical and literary sources, the authors argue that our myths are the remains of a preliterate astronomy, an exacting science whose power and accuracy were suppressed and then forgotten by an emergent Greco-Roman world view. This fascinating book throws into doubt the self-congratulatory assumptions of Western science about the unfolding development and transmission of knowledge. This is a truly seminal and original thesis, a book that should be read by anyone interested in science, myth, and the interactions between the two. -- Publisher's description+-+8067874235107027ocn000322312book19610.53De Santillana, GiorgioThe origins of scientific thought, from Anaximander to Proclus; 600 B. C. to 300 A. DHistory10242ocn000530327book19650.37Geymonat, LudovicoGalileo Galilei : a biography and inquiry into his philosophy of science81411ocn000368454book19680.56De Santillana, GiorgioReflections on men and ideas62911ocn000553335book19530.59Galilei, GalileoDialogue on the great world systems : in the Salusbury translation50540ocn000207634book19390.66De Santillana, GiorgioThe development of rationalism and empiricism24811ocn001123560book19610.53De Santillana, GiorgioThe origins of scientific thought; from Anaximander to Proclus, 600 B.C.-500 A.DHistory10114ocn003742121book19360.93Enriques, FederigoHistoire de la pensée scientifiqueHistory806ocn410781636book19660.81Galilei, GalileoDialogues7627ocn015523300book19370.84Enriques, FederigoCompendio di Storia del pensiero scientifico dall'antichità fino ai tempi moderniHistory6710ocn017793344book19320.86Enriques, FederigoStoria del pensiero scientificoHistory649ocn006254019book19640.90Fortuna di Galileo593ocn000237007book19640.94De Santillana, GiorgioPrologue to Parmenides579ocn002139507book19390.79Enriques, FederigoMathématiques et astronomie de la période hellénique566ocn611599539book19930.37De Santillana, GiorgioDie Mühle des Hamlet : ein Essay über Mythos und das Gerüst der Zeit5510ocn490223077book19550.73De Santillana, GiorgioLe procès de Galilée3013ocn797192650book19830.47De Santillana, GiorgioIl mulino di Amleto : saggio sul mito e sulla struttura del tempo277ocn007435100book19600.66De Santillana, GiorgioProcesso a Galileo; studio storico-critico11ocn367534946art19781.00Dibble, William E[Book review of] Hamlet's Mill : an essay on myth and the frame of time, by Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend01ocn122594141bookMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyRecordsRecords received in 1977, boxes 1-3, 1936-1967, include the 1936 Report of the Committee on Curriculum for the Department of English and History, as well as later curriculum material including course notes and evaluations. Information on faculty includes lists of publications, correspondence, and memoranda. There is some budget material relating to grant proposals, and material from the Corporation visiting committees01ocn086146202mixWiener, NorbertPapersThe collection includes extensive files of Wiener's writings, published and unpublished. Copies of articles he wrote while in Cambridge and Germany reflect his transition from philosopher to mathematician. His later writings record his collaborative work with colleagues and students. Included in the collection is the unpublished Dynamics of the Nervous System, by Wiener and Rosenblueth, as well as his other books, lectures, speeches, articles, and book reviews. Copies of writings by others are also included in the collection+-+8067874235+-+8067874235Fri Mar 21 15:11:52 EDT 2014batch21711