George Sarton

George Sarton in 1941 George Alfred Leon Sarton (; 31 August 1884 – 22 March 1956) was a Belgian-American chemist and historian. He is considered the founder of the discipline of the history of science as an independent field of study. His most influential works were the ''Introduction to the History of Science'', which consists of three volumes and 4,296 pages and the journal ''Isis''. Sarton ultimately aimed to achieve an integrated philosophy of science that provided a connection between the sciences and the humanities, which he referred to as "the new humanism". Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1961
Tarikh al-'ilm wa al-insiyah al-jadidah /

: Translation of : The history of science and the new humanism. : 303 pages ; 20 cm. : barakat.lib
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Published 1957
Tārīkh al-ʻilm /

: Translation of : History of science. : 3 volumes ; 24 cm.

Published 1960
al-ʻIlm al-qadīm wa-al-madanīyah al-ḥadīthah /

: Translation of : Ancient science and modern civilization. : 217 pages ; 24 cm. : Sara.lib

Isis.

: volumes 1- (number 1- ) ; Mar. 1913- : Last issue of each year is an annual bibliography with title: Critical bibliography of the history and philosophy of science and of the history of civilization, 1913- ; Critical bibliography, -1988; and: Isis current bibliography of the history of science and its cultural influences, 1989- : volumes : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles, 25-27 cm : Five number a year, <Mar. 1975-> : 0021-1753

Published 1953
al-Sharq al-Awsaṭ fī muʾallafāt al-Amrīkīyīn /

: 203 pages, 16 pages unnumbered of plates ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references.

Published 1961
Ḥaḍārat ʻaṣr al-nahḍah /

: "This is an authorized translation of The Civilization of the renaissance by James Westfall Thompson, George Rowley, Ferdinand Schevill and George Sarton. Copyright 1929 by Mount Holyoke College. Published by University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois."---verso page. : 190 pages ; illustrations ; 20 cm. : Includes bibliographical references.

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