Leading literary critics and historians reassess one of the defining features of early modern England -the idea of qcapital.q The collection reevaluates the different aspects of the concept amidst the profound changes of the period.7 As Halpern has argued concerning humanist education, writing was itself a subject to a division between manual and mental ... I suggest that Tudor (and, given Tapp, Stuart) discourse on number and mathematical instruction reveals a similar ... Indeed, such a dissociation between practical and apurea mathematics constitutes an originary and formative moment of ... numerical manipulation by pen should follow upon numerical facility that draws on the body, that one learns to recordanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Culture of Capital|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-04-08|