Publications by Sivin, Nathan, 1931‒ | 26
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Why the scientific Revolution did not take place in China - or didn't it ?

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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2

Wang Hsi-shan

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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3

Text and experience in classical Chinese medicine

Nathan Sivin

in Knowledge and the scholarly medical traditions / Edited by Don Bates

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4

Taoism and science

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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5

Shen kua

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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6

Selected, annotated Bibliography of the History of Chinese Science : Sources in western Languages

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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7

Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections

Nathan Sivin

Aldershot : Variorum Reprints, 1995

Monograph
8

Science and Medicine in Chinese History

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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9

Science and civilisation in China

By John Needham

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press ; Taipei : Caves Books, 1954‒

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Science and civilisation in China : Volume 5: Chemistry and chemical technology Part IV: Spagyrical discovery and invention: apparatus, theories, and gifts

By Joseph Needham, F.R.S., F.B.A., Sometime Master of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Foreign Member of Academia Sinica, With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü, PH.D., Professor of Chinese at Griffith University, Brisbane, and Lu Gwel-Djen, PH.D., Fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge, and a contribution by Nathan Sivin, PH.D., Professor of Chinese in the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1980

Monograph
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Science and Civilisation in China : Volume 5: Chemistry and Chemical Technology Part III: Spagyrical Discovery and Invention: Historical Survey, from Cinnabar Elixirs to synthetic Insulin

By Joseph Needham, F.Ṛ.S., F.B.A., Master of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Foreign Member of Academia Sinica, With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü, PH.D., Professor of Chinese at Griffith University, Brisbane, And Lu Gwei-Djen, PH.D., Fellow of Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge

Taipei : Caves Books, 1985, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1976

Monograph
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Science and civilisation in China : Volume 5: Chemistry and chemical technology Part IV: Spagyrical discovery and invention: apparatus, theories, and gifts

By Joseph Needham, F.R.S., F.B.A., Sometime Master of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Foreign Member of Academia Sinica, With the collaboration of Ho Ping-Yü, PH.D., Professor of Chinese at Griffith University, Brisbane, and Lu Gwel-Djen, PH.D., Fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge, and a contribution by Nathan Sivin, PH.D., Professor of Chinese in the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Taipei : Caves Books, 1985, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1980

Monograph
13

Science and Civilisation in China : Volume 6: Biology and Biological Technology Part VI: Medicine

By Joseph Needham, With the collaboration of Lu Gwei-Djen, Edited and with an introduction by Nathan Sivin, Professor of Chinese Culture and of the History of Sciences, University of Pennsylvania

Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000

Monograph
14

Research on the History of Chinese Alchemy

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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15

Over the Borders : technical History, Philosophy and the social Sciences

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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16

On the World 'Taoist' as a Source of Perplexity with special Reference to the Relations of Science in traditional China

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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17

On the Limits of empirical Knowledge in Chinese western Science

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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18

The Myth of the Naturalists

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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19

Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections

Nathan Sivin

Aldershot : Variorum Reprints, 1995

Monograph
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The first neo-Confucianism : an Introduction to Yang Hsiung's "Canon of supreme Mystery " (T'ai hsuan ching, ca. 4b.c)

Nahtan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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21

Emotional counter-Therapy

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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22

Cosmos and computation in early chinese mathematical astronomy

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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23

Copernicus in China

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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24

Comparing Greek and Chinese Philosophy and Science

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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25

Chinese conceptions of time

Nathan Sivin

in Science in Ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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An introductory Bibliography of traditional Chinese Medicine : Books and Articles in western Languages

Nathan Sivin

in Medicine, Philosophy and Religion in ancient China : Researches and Reflections / Nathan Sivin

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