Engineering and the Humanities
James H. Schaub, Sheila K. Dickison, M. D. Morris
Wiley, 11 may 1982 - 503 páginas
A thought provoking discussion of the humanities in the classical sense and their interaction with engineering. Offers a wide choice of readings drawn from a range of sources in literature, philosophy, the fine arts, and engineering. Includes descriptive materials and introductions to readings.
ENGINEERING AND THE HUMANITIESWHY?
LITERATURE AND ENGINEERING 223
ART AND ENGINEERING
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