O trabalho científico de Leonardo era praticamente desconhecido ao longo de sua vida. Agora Fritjof Capra revela que Leonardo foi, em muito sentidos. Fritjof Capra. · Rating details · ratings · 70 reviews. Leonardo da Vinci’s scientific explorations were virtually unknown during his lifetime, despite their. : Ciencia De Leonardo, La Naturaleza Profunda De La Mente ( ) by FRITJOF CAPRA and a great selection of similar New, Used .

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A great read for any who are interested in the ancestors of the modern scientist. Feb 24, Alea rated it it was amazing Shelves: His extremely curious mind, amazing, almost superhuman powers of concentration, and his ability to memorize and synthesize huge amounts capea information led to a level of genius in both science and art that has been rarely surpassed.

Books by Fritjof Leonqrdo. I was amazed by the length of time and amount of thought and concentration that went into his works of art some took several years to finish.

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Leonardo Da Vinci is what God would be if he had a human form. Aug 07, Paul rated it really liked it.

Trivia About The Science of Le Vera rated it liked it Oct 08, Capra’s unequivocal praise could have been spiced with cienca objectivity. Capra takes the reader for an intellectually stimulating journey through the life of Leonardo. It was a story inside the mind of Leonardo de Vinci and even though it was all factual and didn’t have a story line I finished it in a day and a half.

Fortunately he shared his art, toppling old ideas and radically changing the perception of how art should be done. Most people have seen some of his anatomical sketches he has done but he was so much more than even an artist and anatomist.


A Ciência de Leonardo da Vinci: Um Mergulho Profundo na Mente do Grande Gênio da Renascença

Capra delves into the life of an artist, scientist, designer, architect, botanist, anatomist, engineer, and musician who won’t be held back by the restraints of classical writ The Science of Leonardo is the most inspirational and interesting book that I have read in the last ten years. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. When light hits the eye, he guessed, a spiritual influence travels through the optic nerve to the brain, where it harmonizes with other spiritual waves to form perception and memory.

Sebuah lukisan yang seperti dikatakan Capra sendiri”Adalah kritik tajam seni terhadap kedunguan perang. Rated three stars for “Ok if you have nothing better to do with your time. How do reflections on rippled water relate to the rest of the scene?

The Science of Leonardo: Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance by Fritjof Capra

He would have absolutely loved the technology we have access to. The first half focuses on his general biography, the second half the science itself.

Will be of great interest to science historical biography fanciers. However in the last couple of chapters the frirjof try to put the scientific achievements of leonardo and here comes the boring part with no doubt that the life of leonardo de vinci was full of lessons for us to learn and to amuse us with his amazing capabilities.

The Science of Leonardo: Inside the Mind of the Great Genius of the Renaissance

I was intrigued by the fact that Fritjof Capra had written what is essentially a scientific biography of da Vinci and checked it out. Bit of a slog for me. Capra’s close look at the notebooks gives us a ciencja opportunity to see the inner workings of a great thinker’s mind.

I disagree that CP incorporates all he says it leonnardo. After Leonardo da Vinci’s death his notebooks were gradually sold off, some were taken apart, and many were destroyed or lost, and so for several centuries da Vinci’s explorations of the world were lost. Open Preview See a Problem? The idea of this book is better than its execution. I found this book rather interesting. Read this in leonardl school when I had a huge crush on Leo da Vinci.


In the first chapters when the author discusses his life and what he made throughout it,i think this is the entertaining part. Capra’s unequivocal Leonardo was the master of the Renaissance, excelling in engineering, mathematics, chemistry, anatomy, optics, aeronautics, as well as painting.

No trivia or quizzes yet. He began with Aristotle and in many ways developed the scientific method.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. In his time scientific knowledge was mostly kept as a secret. He studied the flight patterns of birds to create some of the first human flying machines; designed military weapons and defenses; studied optics, hydraulics, and the workings of the human circulatory system; and created designs for rebuilding Milan, employing principles still used by city planners today.

May 30, Melinda rated it really liked it Shelves: I found exactly what I was ciencja for in this book. It would be so lovely to be a scholar. I have not studied Leonardo directly, and so appreciated the inclusion of such biographical detail. Mar 28, Ahmed Fouadeldin rated it it was amazing. Nothing outside the paradigm of our current status quo, though, so not up my alley at all really. Leonardo was hundreds of years ahead fritjoc his time in many of his scientific observations.

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