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The Optics of Ibn Al-Haytham: On Direct Vision Bks.1-3 (Studies of the…

by Ibn Al-Haytham

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Written in the second quarter of the 11th century this work is an important treatise on light and vision. The work is divided into seven books; this translation covers the first three dealing with rectilinear vision.

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Written in the second quarter of the 11th century this work is an important treatise on light and vision. The work is divided into seven books; this translation covers the first three dealing with rectilinear vision.

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