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Journal:   PAZHUHISHNAMEH TARIKH TAMADDON ISLAMI (MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA)   fall 2013-winter 2014 , Volume 46 , Number 2 ; Page(s) 237 To 257.
 
Paper: 

Ghulā m Ḥ usayn Junpū rī ’ s Principles of Optics

 
 
Author(s):  NIKSERESHT IRAJ, Sherafat Naaem
 
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Abstract: 
The present article discusses and criticizes the chapter two of Bahā durkkhā nī ’ s Jā mī ‘ on optics. The basic question is the extent to which this book is influenced by old book of optics. The main hypothesis is that despite all scientific advances in new optics, Bahā durkkhā nī ’ s Jā mī ‘ still relies on optics of ancient Greece and his Islamic era and does not step beyond Euclidean mathematics. According to his references to geometric relationships and the last astronomical discoveries we can say that Bahā durkkhā nī probably was aware of the latest advances in new geometric optics. As a result, optics and mathematics had a strong geometric aspect in the India of 19th century without deep philosophical aspects.
 
Keyword(s): Bahā,durkkhā,nī,’,s Jā,mī,',Ghulā,m Ḥ,usayn Junpū,rī,,Principles of optics
 
 
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APA: Copy

NIKSERESHT, I., & Sherafat, N. (2014). Ghulā m Ḥ usayn Junpū rī ’ s Principles of Optics. PAZHUHISHNAMEH TARIKH TAMADDON ISLAMI (MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA), 46(2 ), 237-257. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=653066



Vancouver: Copy

NIKSERESHT IRAJ, Sherafat Naaem. Ghulā m Ḥ usayn Junpū rī ’ s Principles of Optics. PAZHUHISHNAMEH TARIKH TAMADDON ISLAMI (MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA). 2014 [cited 2021April22];46(2 ):237-257. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=653066



IEEE: Copy

NIKSERESHT, I., Sherafat, N., 2014. Ghulā m Ḥ usayn Junpū rī ’ s Principles of Optics. PAZHUHISHNAMEH TARIKH TAMADDON ISLAMI (MAQALAT WA BARRASIHA), [online] 46(2 ), pp.237-257. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=653066.



 
 
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