By Henry Blackwell
Небольшой учебник фехтования на шпагах (рапирах) XVIII века.
Книга написана в виде диалога между мастером фехтования и учеником.
Ученик задает вопросы, мастер отвечает.
Текст разбит на thirteen уроков.
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It was already a truism that the secure foundations of modernism had moved: the idea of continental drift; then pollution; then global climate change; then epidemic disease, AIDS; now the realization that life on earth is regularly challenged, and at longer periods catastrophically transformed, by bursts of intergalactic ultraviolet radiation or the impact of extraterrestrial objects. Asteroids are rational in that they obey mechanical laws well-understood since Newton; yet their intrusion says nothing of human or divine reason, and seems to reassert the old doctrine: chance rules all.
Vol. VI, pp. 220–5. 31. Goldsmith, History of the Earth, Vol. II, pp. 300–6. 32. Richard Pulteney, A General View of the Writings of Linnaeus (London: T. Payne and B. White, 1781), p. 108. 33. Sir Everard Home, Lectures on Comparative Anatomy; in which are explained the Preparations in the Hunterian Collection, 2 vols (London: G. and W. Nicol, 1814), pp. 1–2, 6–7. James F. , with Notes, 4 vols (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, 1835–7), Vol. I, pp. 31–2, 136–7, 148–50, 156–7, 183.
3–5. 36. , for example, William Swainson, On the Natural History and Classification of Birds [The Cabinet Cyclopaedia], 2 vols (London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman, and John Taylor, 1836–7), Vol. I, pp. ; Vol. II, pp. , 34–5. Knight, Ordering the World, pp. 93 ff. Adrian Desmond, ‘The Making of Institutional Zoology in London 1822–1836: Part I’, History of Science, 23:2, no. 60 (June 1985), pp. ). Diana Donald 23 37. Foucault, Order of Things, p. 277. Foucault dates this change to the early nineteenth century, but I argue below that it becomes apparent in the mideighteenth century.
The Gentleman's Tutor for the Small Sword by Henry Blackwell