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Si lo hemos logrado, son otros nuevas geografias horacio capel lo tienen que juzgar. The study of the mathematical dimensions of geography naturally leads to the history of cartography in the modern and contemporary eras; some of our work has already dealt with this topic, and it is one of the fields we would like to tackle in greater depth in the future We must also look at the relationship between physical geography and the physical sciences, and our project began by turning to the study of the specific contributions of geographers to the development of theories concerning the earth, and also to the influences that have made themselves felt from other branches of science.

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The systematization of data from diverse sources on relief, rivers, seas and lakes, and the speculations concerning the laws of their distribution over the surface of the earth, are contributions of the first order that geographers made to the study which we today call geology.

Issues that particularly interest us are: Through political and regional geography, relations were established with a wide range of social sciences, which only started to become scientific disciplines in the 18th century.

In that century, political economics, statistics and ethnography -in particular- overlapped with geography, both in aims and methods.

As in the cases already quoted, their development as independent disciplines could not help affecting the integrative ambitions nuevas geografias horacio capel the latter.

The evolution of the names of the branches of knowledge nuevas geografias horacio capel the trials and changes in the evolution of science.

nuevas geografias horacio capel The first thing that strikes us is the large number of branches which appeared in the luxuriant trees of earlier classifications of the sciences, but which today are not recognized as such. Another noteworthy fact is the semantic changes that affect the meaning of names of the sciences.

Geography itself is an interesting example of this. As the 17th century progressed, the description of the earth geography gave way to the scientific study of the earth geologybut the new science -which finally acquired this name among other possibilities that were also current- developed only one of the facets that made up classical and modern geography.

With the development of astronomy, geophysics, botany especially botanical geographystatistics, political economy, etc. The former, however, which could have turned into chorology, was used for one part of geography regional geographyand the latter turned into a new branch of science with different aims.


Nuevas geografias horacio capel fact, in the 19th century "topography" was used in two different senses. One was the traditional sense, and was widely used in medicine at the time, which had not yet undergone the bacteriological revolution and which still laid great emphasis on the old Hippocratic line of environmental causes.

We are referring to the "medical topographies", occasionally on the grand scale -and therefore truly topographic- but sometimes medium or small scale -and thus chorographic; in all of these we see reflected the old geographical line of regional studies The second sense was new: The persistence and the changes in the names of branches of science nuevas geografias horacio capel certainly of great interest; they give us a shifting panorama of the system of sciences in relation to the transformations in the bases of scientific activity.

After the process of specialization -starting in the 18th nuevas geografias horacio capel and increasing in the 19th- geography might have disappeared, with its functions being taken over by other sciences: But it did not disappear for various reasons, among which we should emphasize the educational: In the whole of this diachronic process, one event in the 19th century was to take on an ever-increasing significance.