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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A litle repetitive and a little dull at times if you’ve already had a lot of physics, but definitely worth a read if you’re interested critjof learning about Da Vinci and very accessible, I think, if you haven’t had much science training as well.
Kevin rated it liked it Apr 07, How do reflections on rippled water relate to the rest of the scene?
Nothing outside the paradigm of our current status quo, though, so not up my alley at all really. There are lots of pockets left unchecked and not the best from Capra either. And his contribution was significant in every field he entered. It doesn’t really add anything that at least I have known about da Vinci.
A Ciência de Leonardo da Vinci: Um Mergulho Profundo na Mente do Grande Gênio da Renascença
View all 5 comments. Very interesting, the first half is a brief biography and the second half is about him as a scientist.
My main takeaway from this book? Eventually i think it almost the first seventy percent of the book it was truly a Journey in the mind of Leo.
The Science of Leonardo: Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance
However, for those who are mathematically inclined, Capra provides an appendix going further into various mathematical concepts. The Science of Leonardo: I cannot even imagine anyone more talented and to think that he was cuencia with no formal training is incredible.
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. Capra provides a brief biography of da Vinci, an overview of his artistic career and then an overview of his scientific and mathematical studies. The book starts out with a biography of his life, exploring some of his main interests, and his accomplishments in cienccia, military engineering, and theatre.
But overall the book is fantastic, written intelligently but without falling into the impressed-with-their-own-intellect style that so many non fiction books do, and without dumbing the writing down. He began with Aristotle and in many ways developed the scientific method. The Science of Leonardo: Man I wish I was smarter. Want to Read saving…. Capra’s close look at the notebooks gives us a rare opportunity to see the inner workings of a great thinker’s mind. Probably the most fascinating part was read Leonardo Da Vinci is a most fascinating person to read about.
The Science of Leonardo: Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance by Fritjof Capra
Dec 02, Denise rated it really liked it Shelves: And oddly, this is where the book hits it’s only snag. This particular book was well done – a bit dry in parts – but informative and evenhanded. And it must be mentioned that frtijof book iteslf is gorgeous. Books by Fritjof Capra. Fritjof Capra born February 1, is an Austrian-born American physicist. Well written so it was actually a quick read. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Mar 21, Erin rated it really liked it. What can I say, Leonardo da Vinci was wicked smart. Little else is known outside While da Vinci’s artistic and scientific achievements are well known, the personal aspects of the man have been shrouded in fapra for centuries.
He felt that we would be wise to respect nature and learn from her. Drawing on over 6, pages of Leonardo’s surviving notebooks, acclaimed scientist and bestselling author Fritjof Capra reveals Leonardo’s artistic approach to scientific knowledge and his organic and ecological worldview. While da Vinci’s artistic and scientific achievements are well known, the personal aspects of the man have been shrouded in mystery for centuries.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. What is under the skin that makes part of the neck bulge like that when a person turns their head? This books points out what he got right and what he got wrong in optics, geology, physics, mechanics, anatomy, wave theory, and on and on.
To ask other readers questions about The Science of Leonardoplease sign up. Fritnof was intrigued by the fact that Fritjof Capra had written what is essentially a scientific biography of da Vinci and checked it out. Marzia Niccolai rated it liked it Apr 21, Biographical stuff about Leonardo and a good effort at fitting him into the role of “first true scientist.