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Yo La Tengo: Like Mace in the FACE! [or..How to Install Vinyl Siding CHEAP!]

Discussion in 'Brick Slayers' started by cabin fever, Jun 21, 2001.

  1. cabin fever

    cabin fever Guest

    Hey you! Shut it!

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    HSTC 3310.03 : Hidden Worlds: Microscopy in Early Modern Europe.


    Microscopes were introduced into Europe at the beginning of the seventeenth century. In the words of Robert Hooke, the microscope opened up a “new visible World” to the understanding -- a strange new landscape populated by vast numbers of new creatures. This class will explore the influence the microscope, and the micro world that it opened up, in the development of early modern science. In the first part of the class, we will take a close look at early microscope technology and its evolution in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and early nineteenth centuries. The second part of the class will explore the role of the microscope in the evolution of early modern science. We will, for example, consider the role of microscopy in the emergence of the new mechanical philosophy and the new experimental science. We will also discuss the histories of some scientific theories (for example, of contagion and generation) that made particular use of observations made with microscopes. Finally, the microscope’s revelation of “new worlds” raised conceptual difficulties that puzzled scientists and philosophers alike. In the final part of the class we will consider the challenges that new kinds of experience raised for early modern philosophy, as well as the possible influence of philosophical debates on the acceptance of the new technology.

    INSTRUCTOR: K. Morris

    FORMAT AT: Lecture/seminar

    CROSS-LISTING: EMSP 3310.03
     
  2. Vanity

    Vanity Veteran Member

    Joined: Apr 11, 2000 Messages: 7,673 Likes Received: 6
  3. cabin fever

    cabin fever Guest

    HAHA!
    TIGHT!
    BIG UP KING VEIN YAO!
     
  4. cabin fever

    cabin fever Guest

    CABIno destrutivo! fourth!


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    [img]http://image.pbase.com/u/vein/upload/150568.cab0002.JPG'> anode!

    HSTC 2300.03 : Omens, Science and Prediction in the Ancient World.


    This course will examine the history of astrology, astral magic, and divination in Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome, and look at their interactions and overlap with the sciences of astronomy, physics, and medicine. Indeed, early science developed in a close relationship with divination. For example, astronomy and astrology were conceptually indistinguishable throughout much of western history. Together, they reveal how people saw their place in the Cosmos, and they reflect the perceived relationship of humanity to nature and to the gods. For this reason, the history of early science cannot be understood without the history of divination. In this class we will take a multidisciplinary approach to the historical material, combining approaches from history, philosophy, classics, religious studies, and cultural anthropology.
     
  5. Temp Name

    Temp Name Member

    Joined: Apr 20, 2001 Messages: 259 Likes Received: 0
    God Damn. This looks nothing like Joker. Disrespectful...

    ..nice ish btw chief.
     
  6. smeoo

    smeoo Senior Member

    Joined: Mar 13, 2001 Messages: 2,191 Likes Received: 0
    loose like a spruce goose
     
  7. LICKERISH

    LICKERISH Senior Member

    Joined: May 6, 2000 Messages: 2,030 Likes Received: 63
  8. stiches

    stiches Member

    Joined: Jun 15, 2001 Messages: 378 Likes Received: 0
    yo la tengo rocks like no ones buisness
     
  9. ruEtbeer

    ruEtbeer Senior Member

    Joined: Apr 24, 2001 Messages: 1,912 Likes Received: 0
  10. biter

    biter Member

    Joined: Apr 27, 2001 Messages: 400 Likes Received: 0
    the 1st one is ok...if you're gonna use it as a background....hah

    you get no love. show me the letters! SHOW ME ... THE LETTERS!


    biterock-one
     
  11. JSUN

    JSUN Guest

    cabin fever.. you're back!

    you are missed..

    and to all them people saying "u bite yada yada".. eat a dick as snoop dogg said.

    i'm a nice guy though..
     
  12. cabin fever

    cabin fever Guest

    hey biter, you got dope freights running! keep it up!
     
  13. cabin fever

    cabin fever Guest

    "talking bout RAP music"
     
  14. footsoldier

    footsoldier Senior Member

    Joined: May 23, 2000 Messages: 1,885 Likes Received: 2
    the first one is preety cool but im not feeling the second one...personally ive liked almost everythign youve ever posted of your stuff and this just doesnt seem to reach my expectations of your work. im not trying to be a dick or anything, just being honest.
     
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