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Los saberes asiáticos. Ciencia y técnica en China, India y Japón desde la antigüedad hasta nuestros días

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    El conocimiento europeo configuró el sistema global de intercambios, que sobrepasa ya los cinco siglos de existencia. El método positivo y la inteligencia artificial plasmada en el computador son resultados eximios de ese proceso intelectual. Menos conocidas –y reconocidas como tales– son las raíces asiáticas del mundo moderno. Sin la síntesis árabe e islámica de los eruditos e investigadores en Damasco, Bagdad o Isfahán la era industrial hubiera sido imposible. Árabes y persas condensaron y desarrollaron el legado de China, India, Grecia, Roma y de sus propios ancestros para lanzar a la humanidad al sometimiento de la naturaleza. Hoy en día, en la medida que los países de Asia emergen como potencias de rango mundial, remozan el dominio tecnocientífico en nueva síntesis planetaria.

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    This book is provided by Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Finanzas, Gobierno y Relaciones Internacionales in its series Books with number 77 and published in 2012.

    Volume: 1
    Edition: 1
    ISBN: 978-958-710-809-5
    Handle: RePEc:ext:figrig:77

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    Keywords: China; India; Japón; ciencia y técnica;

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