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by Michael Hunter,Simon Schaffer

eBook Robert Hooke: New Studies download ISBN: 0851155235
Author: Michael Hunter,Simon Schaffer
Publisher: Boydell Press (December 14, 1989)
Language: English
Pages: 320
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Volume 24 Issue 3. Michael Hunter and Simon Schaff. The British Journal for the History of Science. Michael Hunter and Simon Schaffer (ed.

Robert Hooke's longitude timekeeper (by Michael Wright). Rhetoric and graphics in Micrographia (by John T. Harwood). Robert Hooke, the incongruous mechanist (by John Henry). Robert Hooke and the dynamics of motion in a curved path (by Patri J. Pugliese). Geological controversy in the seventeenth century: "Hooke vs. Wallis" and its aftermath (by David R. Oldroyd).

most illuminating and thought-provoking. A conspicuous feature of the collection is the heterogeneity of the scientific topics discussed. Stephen Pumfrey BRITISH JNL FOR HISTORY OF SCIENCERobert Hooke (1635-1703) is best known for his Micrographia, which combined an exposition of the findings of the microscopewith speculations on a variety of scientific topics

Michael Hunter, Simon Schaffer. most illuminating and thought-provoking. Stephen Pumfrey BRITISH JNL FOR HISTORY OF SCIENCERobert Hooke () is best known for his Micrographia, which combined an exposition of the findings of the microscopewith speculations on a variety of scientific topics.

Robert Hooke (1635-1703) was a genius whose wide-ranging achievements are at last receiving the recognition . This volume represents a benchmark in the study of Hooke, bringing together a comprehensive set of studies of different aspects of his life, thought and artistry.

Robert Hooke (1635-1703) was a genius whose wide-ranging achievements are at last receiving the recognition that they deserve. Long overshadowed by such eminent contemporaries as Sir Isaac Newton and Sir Christopher Wren, Hooke's own seminal contributions to science, architecture and technology are now being acclaimed in their own right.

`Individually excellent and scholarly essays... most illuminating and thought-provoking. A conspicuous feature of the collection is the heterogeneity of the scientific topics discussed.' ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW `Essential reading for all students of Hooke and of the context of Restoration science.' Stephen Pumfrey BRITISH JNL FOR HISTORY OF SCIENCERobert Hooke (1635—1703) is best known for his Micrographia, which combined an exposition of the findings of the microscopewith speculations on a variety of scientific topics. He also made major contributions to an astonishing range of subjects, from pneumatics to geology. Equally important was his ingenuity and skill in inventing and refining scientific instruments, clocks and other technological devices.