Japanese Studies in the History of Science, No.11 / 1972

JSHS-No10-1972-front
Japanese Studies in the History of Science, No.11 / 1972
The History of Science Society of Japan, Tokyo
172pp

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Table of Contents
 
Surveys & Documents
Externalist Approach of Japanese Historians of Science
Shigeru Nakayama
pp.1-10

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Recent Studies in the History of Biology by Japanese Historians
Zenji Suzuki
pp.11-21

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The System of the Book of Charges and Chinese Science..
Peng Yoke Ho
pp.23-39

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Compilation of a Thesaurus and Total Index for Nikon Kagaku-GijutsuShi Taikei by Means of a Computer
Tetsuo Tomita and Kazutoshi Hattori
pp.41-65

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Articles
Origin of the Experiment of Impact with Pendulums
Masahiko Yokoyama
pp.67-72

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The Development of Nagaoka’s Saturinian Atomic Model II(1904-05)— Nagaoka’s Theory of the Structure of Matter —
Eri Yagi
pp.73-89

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Nagaoka’s Geophysical Studies and Their Role in His Physical Researches
Tôsaku Kimura
pp.91-98

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The Origin of the Amber found at Tepe Marlik Cult
W. Beck and Teruko Muroga
pp.99-102

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Ts’ui Fang, a Forgotten llth-Century Chinese Alchemist
Ho Peng Yoke and Beda Lim
pp.103-112

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Einige methodologischen Probleme des klassischen Begriffs der chemischen Struktur und dessen Übergang zum gegenwärtigen Begriff — Beitrag zur Geschichte der Atomistik (V)—
Minoru Tanaka
pp.113-126

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Aoki Konyō (1698-1769) and the Beginnings of Rangaku
Patricia Sippel
pp.127-162

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Review
Tetsuro Nakaoka: Ningen to Rodo no Mirai (the future of man and labor—what can be expected from technological progress?—) Chuokoron, 1970, 214 pp”
Yasuo Shizume
pp.163-165

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News
pp.166-169

Table of Contents
pp.170-

Information for Contributors
pp.171-172
 
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