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Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World: a new perspective on the history of modern science

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Authors and Corporations: Nieto Olarte, Mauricio (Author)
Title: Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World: a new perspective on the history of modern science/ Mauricio Nieto Olarte
Title of Work: Máquinas del imperio y el reino de Dios
Type of Resource: E-Book
Language: English
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Amsterdam Amsterdam University Press 2022
Series: Maritime humanities, 1400-1800 : cultures at sea
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contents The Iberian conquest of the Atlantic at the beginning of the sixteenth century had a notable impact on the formation of the new world order in which Christian Europe claimed control over a considerable part of the planet. This was possible thanks to the confluence of different and inseparable factors: the development of new technical capacities and favorable geographical conditions in which to navigate the great oceans; the Christian mandate to extend the faith; the need for new trade routes; and an imperial organization aspiring to global dominance. The author explores new methods for approaching old historiographical problems of the Renaissance - such as the discovery and conquest of America, the birth of modern science, and the problem of Eurocentrism - now in reference to actors and regions scarcely visible in the complex history of modern Europe: the ships, the wind, the navigators, their instruments, their gods, saints, and demons.
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footnote Originally published as: Las máquinas del imperio y el reino de Dios. Reflexiones sobre ciencia, tecnología y religión en el Atlántico del siglo XVI, Ediciones Uniandes 2013. - Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 20 Jan 2022)
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spelling Nieto Olarte, Mauricio VerfasserIn aut, Máquinas del imperio y el reino de Dios, Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World a new perspective on the history of modern science Mauricio Nieto Olarte, Amsterdam Amsterdam University Press 2022, 1 online resource (329 pages) digital, PDF file(s)., Text txt rdacontent, Computermedien c rdamedia, Online-Ressource cr rdacarrier, Maritime humanities, 1400-1800 : cultures at sea, Originally published as: Las máquinas del imperio y el reino de Dios. Reflexiones sobre ciencia, tecnología y religión en el Atlántico del siglo XVI, Ediciones Uniandes 2013. - Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 20 Jan 2022), The Iberian conquest of the Atlantic at the beginning of the sixteenth century had a notable impact on the formation of the new world order in which Christian Europe claimed control over a considerable part of the planet. This was possible thanks to the confluence of different and inseparable factors: the development of new technical capacities and favorable geographical conditions in which to navigate the great oceans; the Christian mandate to extend the faith; the need for new trade routes; and an imperial organization aspiring to global dominance. The author explores new methods for approaching old historiographical problems of the Renaissance - such as the discovery and conquest of America, the birth of modern science, and the problem of Eurocentrism - now in reference to actors and regions scarcely visible in the complex history of modern Europe: the ships, the wind, the navigators, their instruments, their gods, saints, and demons., Natural history History 16th century America, America Early accounts to 1600, America Discovery and exploration Spanish, America History 16th century, Spain History 16th century, Portugal History 16th century, 9789463725316, Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe 9789463725316, https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/identifier/9789048544547/type/BOOK X:CUP Verlag lizenzpflichtig, https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/identifier/9789048544547/type/BOOK DE-14, DE-14 2022-02-18T13:54:59Z, https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/identifier/9789048544547/type/BOOK DE-Ch1, DE-Ch1 2022-02-18T13:54:59Z 2022-04-27
spellingShingle Nieto Olarte, Mauricio, Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World: a new perspective on the history of modern science, The Iberian conquest of the Atlantic at the beginning of the sixteenth century had a notable impact on the formation of the new world order in which Christian Europe claimed control over a considerable part of the planet. This was possible thanks to the confluence of different and inseparable factors: the development of new technical capacities and favorable geographical conditions in which to navigate the great oceans; the Christian mandate to extend the faith; the need for new trade routes; and an imperial organization aspiring to global dominance. The author explores new methods for approaching old historiographical problems of the Renaissance - such as the discovery and conquest of America, the birth of modern science, and the problem of Eurocentrism - now in reference to actors and regions scarcely visible in the complex history of modern Europe: the ships, the wind, the navigators, their instruments, their gods, saints, and demons., Natural history History 16th century America, America Early accounts to 1600, America Discovery and exploration Spanish, America History 16th century, Spain History 16th century, Portugal History 16th century
title Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World: a new perspective on the history of modern science
title_alt Máquinas del imperio y el reino de Dios
title_auth Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World a new perspective on the history of modern science
title_full Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World a new perspective on the history of modern science Mauricio Nieto Olarte
title_fullStr Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World a new perspective on the history of modern science Mauricio Nieto Olarte
title_full_unstemmed Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World a new perspective on the history of modern science Mauricio Nieto Olarte
title_list_str Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World, a new perspective on the history of modern science
title_short Exploration, religion and empire in the sixteenth-century Ibero-Atlantic World
title_sort exploration religion and empire in the sixteenth century ibero atlantic world a new perspective on the history of modern science
title_sub a new perspective on the history of modern science
topic Natural history History 16th century America, America Early accounts to 1600, America Discovery and exploration Spanish, America History 16th century, Spain History 16th century, Portugal History 16th century
topic_facet Natural history, History, Discovery and exploration, Spanish
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