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Prof. Giogros Vlahakis

Publications:

    BOOKS
  1. G. Vlahakis, Physics for the second year classes (8th grade) of the Greek High Schools (2007)

  2. G. Vlahakis et al. Imperialism and Science , ABC-CLIO, USA (2006)

  3. G. Vlahakis, Physics and Physicists in Greece, Athens (2006)

  4. G. Vlahakis and Manos Venetsanos, Physics for the fifth grade classes of the Greek Elementary Schools (2006)

  5. G. Vlahakis, Physics for the sixth grade classes of the Greek Elementary Schools (2006)

  6. G. Vlahakis, The reception of Einstein’s ideas in Greece, Athens (2005)

  7. G. Vlahakis, Contribution to the study of scientific thought in Greece, Athens (2005)

  8. Y. Karas and G. Vlahakis, Sciences in the southeastern Europe during the 19th century, Programme of History and Philosophy of Science, Athens (2004)

  9. I. Karas and G. Vlahakis (eds.), History and Philosophy of science in Greece (17th-19th c.), Athens (2004)

  10. G. Vlahakis, Physics for the third year classes of the Greek High Schools (2001)

  11. G. Vlahakis, Physics for the second year classes of the Greek High Schools (2000)

  12. G. Vlahakis, Oceanography in Greece, Athens (1999) ( in Greek)

  13. G. Vlahakis, History of Science and Technology. A book for Secondary Education, Athens (1999) ( in Greek)

  14. G. Vlahakis, Indexes, in the re-printing of K. Koumas book Concise Physics published in 1812, Athens (1999) (in Greek)

  15. G. Vlahakis et all., Scientific instruments. 19th century. The Greek collections, Athens,1997. (in Greek)

  16. G. Vlahakis (ed.), The Newtonian Physics and its dissemination in the wider Balkan area, Athens, 1996. (in Greek)

  17. G. Vlahakis (ed.), The historical evolution of Chemistry in Greece, Athens (1996) p. 248 (in Greek)

    ARTICLES

  18. G. Vlahakis Co-editor of the special issue on ‘Science and Literature” of the international journal Science and Education (2013)

  19. G. Vlahakis, Costas Tampakis, "Merchants, scientists and artists - Scientific families as agents within the early modern Greek intellectual field", submitted to Science as Culture

  20. G. Vlahakis, Spectroscopy in Greece. The early Days, in XXIII International Congress of History of Science and Technology, Budapest, Hungary

  21. G. Vlahakis, Athina Economou-Amilli, Botany in Greece during the 19th century: A Periphery at the Center”, in Studies in Ottoman Science, 13(2) (2012) 1-21

  22. G. Vlahakis, K. Tabakis, The keys to knowlege. 19th century textbooks & books on the popularization of science, Exhibition, 15 June - 16 July 2011, University of Athens

  23. G. Vlahakis, Philosophy is the knowledge of things Divine and Human. Exploring the Divine Logos in the milieu of Science during the Greek 18th century, in Almagest, 1(1) (2010)

  24. G. Vlahakis, “Notions of Physics in Natural Philosophy, an EPS Conference Proceedings”, Notions of Physics in Natural Philosophy. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Athens, Greece (2008)

  25. G. Vlahakis, Verse icons of science in the turning point of two centuries (19th c. - 20th c.), Kritiki episteme kai ekpaidefsi, n.6, December (2007) 71-86 (in Greek)

  26. G. Vlahakis, The Greek students of Lamarck, Katoptron Neoellinikes Filosofias (1) December 2007 (2008) 149-154 (in Greek)

  27. G. Vlahakis, C. D. Skordoulis, “The Persistent Presence of the Concept of the Aether in Greek Scientific Literature”, in Notions of Physics In Natural Philosophy (2008)

  28. G. Vlahakis, P. Fildissis, “Physics and Physicists in Greece, (18th-20th centuries)”, 11th National Congress of Physic. Greek Physicists Society, Larissa (2006)

  29. G. Vlahakis, Physics and physicists in Greece (18th-20th centuries). Athens, Greece: Hellenic Physicists Association (2006)

  30. G. Vlahakis, A bathythermograph with a deeper meaning, History of Oceanography, 18 (2006) 14-16

  31. G. Vlahakis, Scientific debates, ideological arguments and personal quarrels during the 18th-19th c. in the Greek cultural area, Kritiki episteme kai ekpaidefsi, n.4, December (2006) 57-66 (in Greek)

  32. G. Vlahakis, P. Fildisis, The ideas of Ancient Greek Philosophers for Natural Sciences and their influence on contemporary thought, in: The ideas of Ancient Greek Philosophers for Natural Sciences and their influence on contemporary thought, Hellenic Physical Society Conference. Hellenic Physicists Association, Xanthi, Greece (2005)

  33. G. Vlahakis, E. Nicolaidis, Byzantium – Venice – Modern Hellenism: A Travel in the World of Modern Greek Scientific Thought, in: Byzantium – Venice-Modern Hellenism: A Travel in the World of Modern Greek Scientific Thought, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece (2004)

  34. Y. Karas, G. Vlahakis, Sciences in the south-eastern Europe during the 19th century, Greece, Serbia-Montenegro. Athens: NHRF (2004) p. 170

  35. G. Vlahakis, Verse icons of science in the turning point of two centuries (19th c. - 20th c.), Kritiki episteme kai ekpaidefsi(6) December (2007) 71-86

  36. G. Vlahakis, Scientific debates, ideological arguments and personal quarrels during the 18th-19th c. in the Greek cultural area, Kritiki episteme kai ekpaidefsi (4) December (2006) 57-66

  37. G. Vlahakis, The lemmas “Electricity” (p. 634-636) and “Scientific Revolution” (p.1676-1679) in the Berkshire Encyclopedia for the World History, USA (2003)

  38. G. Vlahakis, Where were they? Women and science during the Neohellenic Enlightenment (1750-1821), Phlogiston, 11, 2001, pp.109-129

  39. G. Vlahakis, The lemmas “atomism”, “Physics”, and “Theotokis, Nikephoros” in the Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition, 2000, Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, London Chicago (2000) 201-202, 1317-1319, 1637-1638

  40. G. Vlahakis, Introducing sciences in the new states: The establishment of the Physics and Chemistry Laboratories in the University of Athens, in the Science, Technology and the 19th century State, edited by Eft. Nicolaidis and Konst. Chatzis, Athens, (2000) 89-106

  41. G. Vlahakis, Science and Society in 19th century Greece:The journals in the Science, Technology and the 19th century State, edited by Eft. Nicolaidis and Konst. Chatzis, Athens (2000) 117-124

  42. G. Vlahakis, Dissemination and development of non-aristotelian physics in Aristotle’s land in the “De Diversis Artibus”, The Spread of the scientific Revolution in the European Periphery, Latin America and East Asia, Brepols (2000) 45-52

  43. G. Vlahakis, Against French science: Alessandro Volta and Luigi Brugnatelli in early nineteenth-century Greece, Nuncius (2) 191-210 (2000)

  44. G. Vlahakis, The Greek Chemical Bibliography, 19th century, Chimika Chronika (5) p. 160 (1999) (in Greek)

  45. G. Vlahakis, Sir James Edward Smith and the introduction of Botany in Greece during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Archives of Natural History, 26(1) 85-100 (1999)

  46. G. Vlahakis, Philosophical and Scientific arguments on the existence of Vacuum. The case of the Greek scholars during the XVIII century, Phlogiston (6) 73-95

  47. G. Vlahakis, Dionyssios Pyrros: An unknown instrument-maker in early 19th century Greece, SIS Bulletin (59) 5-8 (1998)

  48. G. Vlahakis, An outline of the introduction of classical physics in Greece. The role of the Italian Universities and publications, History of Universities (1998) 157-180

  49. G. Vlahakis, The Reception of the Electric Theories during the Dawn of the Neohellenic Scientific thought, Nuncius (13) fasc.2, 513-532 (1998)

  50. G. Vlahakis, Oceanography but as not a profession: The development of Oceanography in Greece before World War II, Earth Sciences History, 17(1) 32-40

  51. G. Vlahakis, Critical presentation in Physikos Kosmos, November-December (1997) p. 22 (in Greek)

  52. G. Vlahakis, Newtonian Physics and its dissemination in the wider Balkan area. Proceedings of an International Congress organanized by CNR/NHRF, Athens (1996) (in Greek)

  53. G. Vlahakis, Betty Jo Teeter Dobbs and Margaret C. Jacob, Newton and the Culture of Newtonianism,Critical presentation of the book, Neusis (5) (1996) (in Greek)

  54. G. Vlahakis, Dimitris Kritsas. A smile that do not exists anymore (obiturary), Neusis (4) (1996) (in Greek)

  55. G. Vlahakis, Something more than a semicolon, Critical presentation of Iannis Karas book "The physical sciences in the Greek area (15th-19th century), Neusis (2) (1995) (in Greek)

  56. G. Vlahakis, The appearance of a new science in 18th century Greece. The case of Chemistry, Nuncius (1) 33-50 (1995)

  57. G. Vlahakis, A note for the penetration of Newtonian scientific thought in Greece , Nuncius (2) 645-656 (1993)

  58. G. Vlahakis, Problems and Methodology of Exploring the Scientific Thought During the Greek Enlightenment (1750¬1821), in : Trends in the Historiography of Science, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Volume 151, Kostas Gavroglu et all. (eds) , Kluwer Academic Publishers (1993) 397-404

  59. G. Vlahakis, L’oeuvre scientifique de Nikiphoros Theotokis: tentative d’approche fondee plus particulierement sur les "Stichia Physikis" (Elements de Physique), Revue Etudes Sud-Est Europ. 25(3) 251-261 (1987)

  60. G. Vlahakis, The contribution of the knowledge of history of science for the scientific progress. To start the study of our scientific tradition, Physikos Kosmos-Opinions, March (1984) (in Greek)

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