8 edition of Humboldt and the cosmos. found in the catalog.
Humboldt and the cosmos.
Bibliography: p. 285-286.
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While Humboldt mentioned the aesthetics of landscape and of living organisms in many of his writings, he addressed these themes most explicitly in his five-volume Cosmos () written toward the end of his life. The first two of these books are the ones still most widely read because they are less scientifically dense than the later works. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Alexander von Humboldt (Humboldt, Alexander von, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article.. Humboldt, Alexander von, Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe (5 volumes; New York: Harper and Bros., ), trans. by E. C. Otté, B. H. Paul, and W. S. Dallas.
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In "Humboldt and the Cosmos", world-renowned historian, Douglas Botting, looks at the man, what drove him, the age he lived in, and literally follows his astonishing journeys of discovery along the Casiquiare canal and the Upper Orinoco of Venezuela, in an attempt to do justice to Humboldt's range of achievements and their importance to the /5(15). Humboldt's Cosmos Alexander Von Humboldt and the Latin American Journey That Changed the Way We See the World (Book): Helferich, Gerard: The thrilling story of the charismatic explorer who Simon Bolivar called the true discoverer of South America and the daring expedition that altered the course of to German naturalist and adventurer Alexander von .
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Humboldt's Cosmos tells the story of this extraordinary man who was equal parts Einstein and Livingstone, and of the adventure that defined his life. Gerard Helferich vividly recounts Humboldt's expedition through the Amazon and over the Andes, highlighting his paradigm-changing discoveries along the way.
During the course of the expedition /5(43). Humboldt's scientific achivements cover an enormous field. He laid the foundation of modern physical geography, meteorology and geography of plants. "It was Kosmos - 'The Cosmos, Outline of a Description of the Physical World' - based on lectures delivered at the Berlin Singakademie inwhich Humboldt really considered as his life work [.].
Polymath Alexander von Humboldt (–), a self-described 'scientific traveller', was one of the most respected scientists of his time. Humboldt's wanderlust led him across Europe and to South America, Mexico, the U.S., and Russia, and his voyages and observations resulted in the discovery of many species previously unknown to by: Humboldt's Cosmos - Kindle edition by Helferich, Gerard.
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Humboldt’s Kosmos did important cultural work for America. Though the multi-volume book published in English as Cosmos is known today (if it is known at all) as a popular science book about stars, that’s a little like saying Darwin’s Origin of Species is a book about breeding pigeons. Such a view miscalculates the broad impact Humboldt had on American literature and art.
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The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. Gerard Helferich, a former editor and publisher, is the author of "Humboldt's Cosmos: Alexander von Humboldt and the Latin American Journey That Changed the Way We See the World." He lives with his wife in Yazoo City, Mississippi, and San Miguel Allende, Mexico.4/5.
10 rows Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Cited by: Before Cosmos, Humboldt had published 34 other volumes, all sharing an evolving articulation of his underlying premise of the unity of nature. Author: Eleanor Jones Harvey. Polymath Alexander von Humboldt (–), a self-described 'scientific traveller', was one of the most respected scientists of his time.
Humboldt's wanderlust led him across Europe and to South America, Mexico, the U.S. and Russia, and his voyages and observations resulted in the discovery of many species previously unknown to Europeans.
Humboldt's Cosmos tells the story of this extraordinary man who was equal parts Einstein and Livingstone, and of the adventure that defined his life.
Gerard Helferich vividly recounts Humboldt's expedition through the Amazon and over the Andes, highlighting. In Mary Somerville German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt’s Kosmos (), which covered similar subject matter. However, Sir John Herschel encouraged her to publish her book.
Six editions of Physical Geography were published in her lifetime. In Somerville received the Patron’s Medal of the Royal Geographical Society for Physical Geography. Cosmos: A Sketch of the Physical Description of the Universe, Vol.
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With Cosmos, the book that crowned his career, Humboldt offered to the world his vision of humans and nature as integrated halves of a single whole. In it, Humboldt espoused the idea that, while the universe of nature exists apart from.
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Cosmos by Alexander von Humboldt; 62 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Science, Astronomy, History, Physical geography, Cosmography, Cosmology, Geology.
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Alexander von Humboldt () was an intrepid explorer and the most famous. Cosmos: a sketch of a physical description of the universe / by Alexander von Humboldt: vol. I by Humboldt, Alexander von (). Sabine, Liet.-Col. Edward [trans.] Seller MW Books Ltd. Published Condition Poor copy in the original stiff-card wrappers; wear and tear as with age.
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