The Common Scientist of the Seventeenth Century: A Study of the Dublin Philosophical Society, 1683-1708
Routledge, 15 d’abr. 2013 - 304 pàgines
Learned societies, such as the Royal Society of London and the Dublin Philosophical Society were a central feature of the scientific revolution of the seventeenth century. This volume shows that a study of the work and membership of these groups is essential before any realistic assessment can be made of the scientific world at this time. Based on a wide range of manuscript and other sources, this book illuminates, by means of an examination of a particular group of natural philosophers, on problems of general interest to all those concerned with the wider aspects of science in this period.
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2 The Members of the Society
3 The Society and Dublin University
4 The Aims Organization and Facihties of the Society
5 The Work of the Society
6 Attacks and Lampoons on the Society and its Members
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K Theodore Hoppen
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K. Theodore Hoppen
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