Print, Politics, and Propaganda in Renaissance Rome
An exciting interdisciplinary study based on new literary, historical, and bibliographical evidence, this book will appeal to students and scholars of the Italian Renaissance, the Reformation, and the history of the book.
This volume explores the arrangement of science, technology, society, and education. Using the concept of 'feedback loop', this book processes subjects dear to the work of Joseph C. Pitt: technology as humanity at work, pragmatism, Sicilian realism, pragmatist pedagogy, instrumentation in science, and more.
An atlas that charts the history of artificial intelligence to show us its future. Bringing together experts from across the computational and cultural fields, Atlas of AI combines essays, fiction and imagery to tell new stories about the most important innovation of the 21st century.
French-born and self-trained civil engineer Octave Chanute designed Americas two largest stockyards, created innovative and influential structures such as the Kansas City Bridge over the previously "unbridgeable" Missouri River, and was a passionate aviation pioneer whose collaborative approach to aeronautical engineering problems helped the ......