O trabalho científico de Leonardo era praticamente desconhecido ao longo de sua vida. Agora Fritjof Capra revela que Leonardo foi, em muito sentidos. Fritjof Capra. · Rating details · ratings · 70 reviews. Leonardo da Vinci’s scientific explorations were virtually unknown during his lifetime, despite their. : Ciencia De Leonardo, La Naturaleza Profunda De La Mente ( ) by FRITJOF CAPRA and a great selection of similar New, Used .
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My bad, not the books. Mike Rangel rated it liked it Nov 05, But other than that-very enjoyable and educational. Published October 30th by Doubleday first published He recognized that animals could feel pain and this led him to be more compassionate.
frithof It made me understand a little about how other people before the modern era have talked about light and matter and spirit. Rated three stars for “Ok if you have nothing better to do with your time.
A Ciência de Leonardo da Vinci: Um Mergulho Profundo na Mente do Grande Gênio da Renascença
He felt that we would be wise to respect nature and learn from her. In order to be an artist, you need to observe carefully. Published by Cultrix first published Man I wish I was smarter. Mar 14, Amber rated it really liked it.
Aug 11, Douglas Summers-Stay rated it really liked it Shelves: Trivia About The Science of Le Capra considers da Vinci’s wide-ranging curiosity fritmof wonders how our world view might fritjjof different had the notebooks been widely available.
The Science of Leonardo: Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance by Fritjof Capra
Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance. Refresh and try again. Capra ciencua his thinking as very systemic and this is where he used his talents of art to describe his curiosities. Jonathan rated it liked it Jan 17, And his contribution was significant in every field he entered.
May 04, Art Meyer rated it it was amazing. I very much enjoyed this read.
The Science of Leonardo: Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance
Mariano rated it liked it Feb 25, Bill Gates forked over 31 million dollars for da Vinci’s Codex Hammer- one years worth of his scientific observations. I knew DaVinci was a renaissance man, yet I had no idea of the scope of his works.
Feb 24, Alea rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nothing outside the paradigm of our current status quo, though, so not up my alley at all really. My bad, not the books.
He would take up one, realize the need to know about another – take that up to, and on and on. Along the way, we learn how Leonardo continually revises and integrates these separate but interconnected streams of thought.
Sep 10, Bruce rated it liked it Shelves: And it must be mentioned that the book iteslf is gorgeous. A great read for any who are interested in the ancestors o Fascinating read! This book was stolen out of my car over a month ago when I was about halfway through it. May 30, Melinda rated it really liked it Shelves: Some of the topics DaVinci studied are of an advanced nature and are a little complex for the non-mathematician.
As Capra himself contemplated, how different would our world be today if DaVinci 19s works were published. Pa is under the skin that makes part of the neck bulge like that when a person turns their head? Return to Book Page. Not that my art, science, or engineering understanding is anywhere comparable. Really, enough cannot be said about his depth of curiosity and observation. Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance.
This book is about a man who could have easily been the father of modern science, if only he’d published and dispersed his observations during his lifetime. One interesting bit of minutia to note: