DescriptionNature, Science and the Arts is an international scholarly series dealing with the history of cultural interplay between arts, humanities, natural sciences and technology, both on the level of theoretical reflection and in artistic enunciations. It is not restricted to any particular epoch, society, medium or region.
By publishing contributions to this new interdisciplinary research area, the series illuminates the traditional connection between two ways of interpreting the world, a connection that has been largely marginalized since Wilhelm Dilthey’s strict dissociation between humanities and natural sciences.
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Gartenkunst und Wissenschaft: Diskurs, Repräsentation, Transformation seit dem Beginn der Frühmoderne.
Research output: Book/Report › Anthology › Research › peer-review