Traité de la Composition d'un Sermon

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 Avant son exil aux Pays-Bas, suite à la révocation de l'Édit de Nantes, Jean CLAUDE, dit Monsieur Claude (ce qui évite la confusion avec un prénom), avait dicté ce traité d'homilétique, pour le bénéfice d'un de ses élèves. Il ne fut imprimé qu'en 1688, après sa mort, par son fils Issac, pasteur à La Haye. Maintes fois réédité dans sa version anglaise, il ne l'avait jamais été en français. Son utilité pour la prédication d'aujourd'hui n'est cependant pas négligeable : Claude y développe quatre voies de composition à partir d'un texte biblique : 1. par Explication, 2. par Observations, 3. par Exhortation continue, 4. par Propositions. Il qualifie les deux premières façons de prêcher de «textuaires», pour exprimer qu'elles s'attachent résolument au texte, sans s'en écarter (textuaire, et non pas textuelle, qui en français n'a pas le même sens). A l'heure d'un regain d'intérêt pour la prédication centrée sur l'Écriture, le lecteur découvrira avec intérêt, dans une orthographe modernisée, ce monument précieux de l'épopée protestante. 
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318
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9782362602344
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French
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Jean-Claude Martzloff
Presented from the viewpoint of the history of mathematics, this book explores both epistemological aspects of Chinese traditional mathematical astronomy and lunisolar calendrical calculations. The following issues are addressed: (1) connections with non-Chinese cultural areas; (2) the possibility or impossibility of using mathematics to predict astronomical phenomena, a question that was constantly raised by the Chinese from antiquity through medieval times; (3) the modes of representation of numbers, and in particular the zero, found in the context of Chinese calendrical calculations; and (4) a detailed analysis of lunisolar calendrical calculations. Fully worked-out examples and comparisons between the results of calculations and the content of Chinese historical calendars from various periods are provided.

Traditional Chinese calendrical and mathematical astronomy consists of permanently reformed mathematical procedures designed to predict, but not explain, phenomena pertaining to astronomy and related areas. Yet, despite appearances, models of the mathematical techniques hidden behind this voluminous corpus reveal that they depend on a limited number of clear-cut mathematical structures. Although only a small fraction of these techniques have been fully studied, what is known surprisingly broadens our knowledge of the history of Chinese mathematics.

Sinologists interested in the history of Chinese science, and anyone interested in the history of Chinese mathematics, the Chinese calendar, and the history of Chinese mathematical astronomy from its origin (104 BC) to its European reform (AD 1644) will find this book very useful. The present English language edition is a fully revised and updated version of the French original. Even though this is a research monograph in sinology, no particular sinological background is required, although a basic understanding of ‘concrete mathematics’ is needed.

From the reviews of the French edition:

This is a demanding, rigorous book to read ... worth the concentrated study it requires. The rewards are not only in the details but in the general overview that ...[it] provides. Joseph Dauben, EASTM, 2011

...first Work in a Western language to turn to for anyone interested in the details of Chinese calendrical computations. Benno Van Dalen, ISIS, 2011

Martzloff’s careful scholarship and his overall look at the calendar beyond astronomical calculations, ..., make this book a most valuable contributions to a field of increasing interest. U. D’Ambrosio, Mathematical Reviews, 2013

Philippe Lacomme
Jean Claude Alacoque
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